My first real dairy goat was called Smudge and when she started producing 4 litres of milk a day, I had to find a way to make use of it, so I decided on soap.
I called her Smudge because it looked like her mascara had Smudged.
The (obviously) handmade all natural soap is made with my own fresh goat’s milk, with equal amounts of coconut oil and local olive oil from Wulura. I sometimes add a few extras for variety: essential oils like lavender, rose geranium, lemongrass or sandalwood; or ground oatmeal or sandalwood powder.
With NO palm oil, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, harsh detergents, parabens or fragrance, the soap is popular for delicate and sensitive skin. The nourishing properties of goat’s milk can help soothe skin irritations and conditions such as psoriasis and dermatitis.
Due to popular demand, added a liquid goat’s milk soap. This is made from equal parts of goats milk, extra virgin olive oil, sunflower oil and coconut oil saponified with lye then dissolved into filtered rainwater.
This natural, moisturising, multi-use wash can be used for hands, hair and body (and will even wash the dishes). The natural sugars in the milk give a honey/caramel scent to the soap.