Goat Milk Soap with Grass-fed Tallow & Pastured Lard, Patchouli Rose Essential Oil Soap, Handmade Rose and Celtic Knot Soaps

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This soap is a luxury version of a basic lard soap - it is loaded with moisturizers, and more than 2/3 of the ingredients are from Solace Farm or other local farms - I use our own grass-fed beef tallow and goat milk, and local pastured lard that I render here on the farm, in addition to Shea butter, and coconut, olive, & castor oils.

I scented this soap with a blend of Patchouli and Palmarosa essential oils.  I just recently discovered Palmarosa, a unique scent - it is a grass-type plant much like lemongrass, and has a natural lemon scent, as well as a rose-like aroma.  I have never really enjoyed rose fragrances before, but I love this one!  I also love it blended with the dark, musky patchouli - they balance wonderfully and the result is neither too heavy, too floral, or too light.   

This bar comes in 2 different shapes, one for women and one for men (since it really does suit both!).  There is a more feminine pink-tinted rose bar, or a natural cream-colored Celtic knot, as well as a plain square bar (either cream or pink) - simply choose which you prefer from the dropdown box.  These are all approximately 4 oz bars and are all packaged in brown paper boxes (plastic-free packaging) and the plain squares are wrapped in handcut brown paper, all with labels that include all ingredients, as listed above.  

I also make this soap in a smaller 2 oz size, perfect for gifts, guest bathrooms, or just trying out the scent to see if you like it as much as I do!  These are square bars with a dragonfly embossed in the top, and come in a handcut, hand-folded origami box with lid, also brown paper.  

Thank you for supporting small artisan crafters, and sustainable small farms like ours - for more information on our farm, please browse the other pages here on SolaceFarmHomestead.com, including the About Handmade Soap page, the Life on the Farm blog, and our Photo Galleries from the 10 years we've been here at Solace Farm Homestead, with lots of pictures of the critters.