Our soaps contain no dye or preservatives. Milk Maid Soap will leave your skin soft, smooth, and conditioned.
Milk Maid Soap is a great cleanser and moisturizing soap that can be used for poison ivy rashes.
Milk Maid Soap can be used on skin left rough by dry weather. Milk Maid Soap will help to moisturize and smooth skin.
Homemade soap is best stored in a well drained soap dish so that it doesn't loose it's texture and cleansing ability.
What ingredients do you use in your soap?
Milk Maid Soaps are handmade in small batches, from 100% refined vegetable oil (consisting of soybean oil and cotton seed oil), coconut oil, fresh goats milk, water, sodium hydroxide, vitamin E, and fragrance. They are natural color and colors may slightly vary from batch to batch.
Does all soap contain Lye?
All soap is made with lye. But, soap does not contain lye. The sodium hydroxide, or lye, chemically reacts with the vegetable oils to form soap. After the "saponification" or soap making chemical process there is no lye remaining.
What is glycerin and is it good for your skin?
Glycerin is a natually occuring element in the soap making process. Many things will dissolve into glycerin easier than they do into water so it makes a good cleanser. Glycerin is "hygroscopic" which means that it absorbs water from the air. When used on your skin it attracts moisture and softens the skin.
What is it recommended for?
Milk Maid Soap is an excellent moisturizing soap that can be used on the body to give your skin a smooth conditioned feel. It is also a great hand washing soap that will leave your hands not only clean, but makes them soft and rejuvinated.
Can I eat this Goat Milk Soap?
It's soap. Why would you do that? It tastes bad. Come on.