MilliesHomemade

San Tan Valley, Arizona · 132 Sales

MilliesHomemade

San Tan Valley, Arizona 132 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Tylar Kemper

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Kayla Brinegar

Kayla Brinegar on Nov 26, 2017

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winterr28

winterr28 on Aug 14, 2017

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These looked exactly as advertised. Tylar was such a nice person to deal with! These came promptly and everyone at our "rustic tea party" bridal shower thought they were perfect! We had a variety of scents, which were all nice! I was extremely pleased!

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Millies Homemade

Benefits to using goats milk soap: Vitamins. Goat milk contains many vitamins, but is particularly high in Vitamin A, which is necessary to repair damaged skin tissue, and maintain healthy skin. There have been several medical studies showing that creams made with Vitamin A reduce lines and wrinkles, control acne, and provide some psoriasis relief. Water-based soaps can be artificially fortified with vitamins, but most aren’t.

Cream. Fat molecules are an important part of making good soap. The cream that is present in goat milk helps boost the moisturizing quality of goat milk soaps. Since many people suffer from dry skin, particularly in the winter months, this is an important quality for soap. Goat milk soap will not dry your skin out like many other soaps. This is important because keeping skin naturally moisturized helps keep skin healthy.

Minerals. Goat milk contains important minerals for the skin such as selenium. Selenium is believed by scientists to have an important role in preventing skin cancer. Selenium can also help prevent damage to the skin from excessive time in the sun. Although the water used in other soaps may contain minerals such as calcium, sodium, or iron (commonly found in tap water), that’s not much help when it comes to your skin. (Note: Many areas in the United States have pastures low in selenium. At Goat Milk Stuff, our dairy goats get a selenium booster, to insure their mineral needs are met.)



{ *a note about sodium hydroxide* }
Sodium hydroxide or lye, is the chemical substance that causes saponification. Saponification is the natural reaction that causes oils and fats to transform into soap. Pure sodium hydroxide will never be in a finished bar of soap; it has reacted with the oils and has been chemically changed to form soap and glycerin. True handmade soap can not be made without lye.

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