Our soaps have a rich, creamy lather with a fragrance that lingers. They leave your skin smooth and soft. 

Palm Kernal Oil–Produces a hard bar which holds its firmness throughout use and also lathers well in all kinds of water 

Soybean Oil–Promotes mildness and a stable lather 

Olive Oil--Very mild, it attracts external moisture and holds it close to the skin forming a breathable film to prevent moisture loss. Does not block the natural functions of the skin, our body’s largest organ 

Coconut Oil–Produces a hard soap with quick, fluffy lather 

Fresh Goat Milk--A rejuvenating and gentle moisturizer; calcium and minerals are readily available for your skin 

Sodium Hydroxide–the alkali necessary for the formation of soap. Once combined with the oils it cures and is no longer caustic 

Sweet Almond Oil--An exellent emollient, it softens, soothes, and conditions skin 

Spring or Distilled Water 

Fragrance and/or Essential Oils 

Some bars contain additional nutrients: ground oats and herbs as exfoliants, spices as colorants, honey for added moisture. 

Our soaps contain NO preservatives or artifical colorants. Color comes from the spices, herbs, or fragrance/essential oils. 


Goat Milk Lotion 

 Soothing deeply and hydrating well this fine goats milk lotion gives your skin a silky soft look & feel. 

Distilled water 

Goat Milk–Goat milk contains natural proteins and triglycerides that are easily absorbed into the skin which helps to promote softer, more hydrated skin. 

Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) 

Persea Gratissima (Avocado Oil) 

Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Oil) 

Vitis Vinifera (Grapeseed Oil) 

Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam Seed Oil) 

Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil) 

Stearic Acid 

Emulsifying Wax NF 

Vegetable Glycerin USP 

Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate–A Preservative Derived from Glycine – A Naturally Occurring Amino Acid.

Phenoxyethanol–A mild antibacterial agent also used as a topical treatment for wound infections. 

Capryl Glycol

A note about preservatives: Ours is a mild blend, containing no parabens or formaldehyde. Through rigorous testing it has been found that using these preservatives (sodium hydroxymethylglycinate and phenoxyethanol) at their lowest possible concentrations creates a milder preservative system than using any single ingredient at higher concentrations.