The soaps at Happy Goats Soap are made with goat’s milk, essential oils in small batches using cold process method.
They have great natural fragrance and are mega moisturizing and lathery.
Those who suffer from skin allergies & sensitivities, dry skin, psoriasis, acne, eczema usually like goat’s milk soaps since it’s so moisturizing and while the wonderful federal government doesn’t allow people to make health claims, etc…goat’s milk soaps have a history of having legendary skin healing properties.
Other interesting facts about goat’s milk soaps:
Goat’s milk is also full of proteins, vitamins & minerals which are good for our skin.
If you have acne-prone skin, the proteins in the goat’s milk kill the bacteria that causes acne.
Goat milk soap has a pH level similar to human skin so it helps protect our skin from bacteria and other funk that we come in contact with throughout our day, and leaves our skin soft.
Natural homemade batches of goat’s milk soap are better than mainstream commercially processed soap due to the natural creams in goat’s milk that are retained by using cold process soap making method and not processing commercially and extracting all the benefits of what the milk contains.
I know I love my new goat’s milk soap…
and of course the cow shape is too cute!
Happy Goats Soap offers other scents and shapes as well…
and one lucky winner is going to get 3 of those soaps!
Contest open until Nov 21, 2011 11:59 p.m.
Winner will be announced on Nov 22, 2011 via email.
Contest only open to the US & Canada only
Visit www.gethappygoatsoap.com and come back and comment with what soap you’d like to try besides the one I reviewed.
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