This creamy, gentle soap is a perfect marriage of oatmeal, goat’s milk, & honey. Oatmeal soothes sensitive skin and exfoliates with a gentle touch. It is said that Cleopatra took daily baths in goat’s milk, which has been used for years to nourish dry skin and soothe eczema and other irritated skin conditions. Goat Milk, one of nature’s finest moisturizers, contains alpha-hydroxy acids.
The goat’s milk lends a rich, creamy, and silky quality to the lather. The ground oatmeal provides a pleasant warm scent that blends delightfully with the milk and honey aroma.
- Goat milk helps create a gentle natural facial and body soap
- Honey traps and seals in moisture leaving skin soft and supple
- Organic virgin shea butter is excellent for dry, damaged or maturing skin
- Many customers have shared that this soap has helped relieve eczema
- An excellent choice for sensitive skin.
Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil (Sustainable), Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Goat Milk, Organic Virgin Shea Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Organic Cocoa Butter, Water, Organic Canola Oil, Organic Castor Bean Oil, Organic Oatmeal, Organic Oat Flour, Organic Honey, Organic Cornstarch, Organic Rosemary Oil Extract (ROE)
What Should I Use With My Soap to Clean My Body?
The purpose of soap is to combine with oil and dirt on the body, which allows water to wash it away, but you need to use something to get that soap onto your skin. The method you use to cleanse your skin is really a personal preference. We thought we would share just a few examples.
Bar Bathers rub the bar directly on their skin to create lather and wash. This is definitely the best way to use exfoliating soaps and some believe they get the best moisturizing using this direct bar method.
Hand Latherers create lather in their clean hands and uses the lather to wash. This gentle, mild cleansing method may be good for those with sensitive skin.
Washcloth Washers use a washcloth to lather up. Washcloths are made out of lots of different textile textures, from soft cotton to agave fibers, can provide very gentle to intense exfoliation. Be sure washcloths are laundered and dried often.
Puff Polishers use a mesh puff that works up a foamy, bubbly lather, even with hard water, to wash and gently exfoliate the skin. Poofs make natural soap last longer but can harbor bacteria, so rinse thoroughly after use and replace every few weeks or clean per manufacturer’s instructions.
Loofah Latherers love their loofahs that exfoliate and help increase circulation. Whole loofahs can be breeding grounds for bacteria, so be sure they dry out properly after use and replace them every two months. Nylon Soap Sack
Soap Sackers place their soap into a nylon soap bag. The fibers can have a smooth texture for gentle cleansing, like cotton muslin, or a rougher texture for exfoliation, like sisal or ramie. Soap sacks can be used for whole bars of soap or scraps that would normally be thrown away.
There is a large variety of bathing accessories available. If using any accessory, never share them with others and replace or clean them often.