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Why goat’s milk soap? Well…lactic acid helps to smooth the skin by exfoliation, and milk also contains Vitamins A and D, which nourishes and softens the skin with its natural moisturizers that forms a barrier on the skin to inhibit moisture loss & helps the skin by protecting from daily bacterial and chemical invasions.
Our goat’s milk soap is amazingly mild and luxurious.
Our Soaps are wonderful to use as a shaving cream. Just lather up and the oils will condition your skin as you shave.
This listing is for one 5 ounce bar of cold process soap. Weights are approximate and may vary slightly.
All of our handmade soaps are made through the cold process method and due to the handcrafted nature each bar will vary sightly in size and color (patterns).
Remember to keep all soaps in a dish that allows them to drain, they will last twice as long.
This bar is enriched with Shea Butter, Organic Palm Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Goats Milk, Sodium Hydroxide, Mica (cosmetic grade colorant), Rose Petals & Fragrance Oil.
Sodium Hydroxide (Lye). Soap can not be made without lye. By adding sodium Hydroxide (Lye) to oils and butters a saponification process occurs, which blends the ingredients together and therefore making soap.)
Palm Oil: Vittamin E. Oil is able to penetrate the layers and protect from the base up. Restores hair and skins natural oils.
Coconut Oil: Antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-fungal, antibacterial. Stress relief and can increase immunity. Effective moisturizer. Supports the natural balance of the skin.
Olive Oil: Anti-inflammatory, Vitamin E, Antioxidant
Castor Oil: It is incredibly rich in antioxidants, minerals, Vitamin E, proteins, anti-fungicide and antibacterial properties. By using castor oil on the skin you help the blood flow, this means your skin will receive more oxygen and nutrients.
~Please make sure you are not allergic to any ingredients before using them. Kowicked products are not intended to cure, diagnose, treat any disease, or take the place of medical advice.