The best luxury soap bar and our best selling soap! This almond scented bar soap has a heavenly scent coupled with the awesome properties of goat’s milk. We also add finely ground oatmeal to gently exfoliate the skin.
Benefits of almond & goat’s milk handmade soap
Goat’s milk soaps are always our bestsellers. You’ll love the feel of your skin after using them.
Using a goat’s milk soap will:
– Moisturize: Will leave skin soft and moisturized due to the fat content of the milk.
– Creamy Lather: You will enjoy the rich and dense lather these soaps create.
– Rich in Nutrients: The milk contains essential vitamins like A, D and B6 which are readily absorbed by the skin.
– Skin Healer: Soothes dry and damaged skin and may help conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. The oatmeal will also help relieve itchiness. Also, the milk has capric-caprylic triglyceride which helps form a barrier on the skin to seal in moisture.
How We Make Goat’s Milk Soap
After carefully weighing the vegetable oils, we then add the lye and mix with a stick blender. Finally, as the soap mixture starts to thicken, we mix in the goat’s milk, fragrance and the ground oatmeal. It is then poured in a mold to be cut after 24 hours.
We offer several soaps with goat’s milk. All of them offer the same moisturizing properties of goat’s milk, the only change is the fragrance. Goat’s Milk and unscented version for those suffer allergies due to fragrances and Vanilla and Goat’s Milk for a slightly sweeter fragrance.
No matter which one of the three varieties, they will be the best luxury soap bar you have ever tried!
All of our soaps are handmade so there will be slight variations in color and weight (4.25 to 4.5 oz).
Some of our labels may be in Spanish as we are based in Puerto Rico, let us know if you need any help with translation.
For a longer lasting bar do not allow soap to sit in water and allow to dry between uses.
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