Homemade Goat Milk Soap
Goat Milk contains over 50 nutrients, including the vital vitamins of A, C, B1, B6, B12 and E, minerals, citric acid, amino acids, unsaturated fatty acids, enzymes, and a variety of other nutrients that nourish and revitalize dehydrated skin. Vitamin A slows down the effects of aging, prevents brown spots and thickening of the skin, while Zinc contributes to the reconstruction of collagen fibers, encouraging moisture retention and assisting in maintaining your skin's elasticity.
Our handmade goat milk soap is made using fresh goat milk from our Nubian does. Regular use of our goat milk soap will maintain a moisture balance that results in smoother, softer skin that is less prone to roughness and the formation of lines and wrinkles. The alpha-hydroxy acids found naturally in goat milk have rejuvenating effects on the skins' cells, neutralizing free radicals and slowing the aging process. Who needs Botox treatments when you've got Susan's Goat Milk Soap?
Homemade Essential Oil Soap
These soaps are made with Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin E, Soy Oil or lard base.
Essential oils have benefits beyond just scent.
The chemical composition of essential oils cannot be recreated in a laboratory. Essential oils are derived from real plant material.
Fragrance oils are artificially created and, even those that are derived from natural components, do not offer the therapeutic advantages of essential oils. Fragrance oils offer no additional benefits beyond scent.
Synthetic fragrance oils do not have healing or medicinal properties. Essential oils retain valuable properties from their parent plant. For example, essential oils like Tea Tree and Rosemary have natural antibacterial or antiviral properties. Synthetic fragrance oils may duplicate the smell of a flower or herb, but they have no aromatherapeutic value.
We choose specific oils not only for their skincare benefits but also for the aromatherapy they offer. Only natural botanical essential oils can cause various neurochemicals to be released in the brain which can affect the body, mind, and spirit. For example, the aroma of natural Lavender and Chamomile essential oils acts as a natural sedative.