Goat Milk Soap

Eight Natural Alternatives to Dryer Sheets

Goat milk laundry soap is a great natural alternative to store-bought detergents, but what can you use to replace chemical-laden dryer sheets? Discover eight ways to naturally reduce static cling in your laundry. From air drying to using wool dryer balls, these tips will have your clothes static-free.
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The Six Benefits of Adding Borax to Natural Laundry Soap

The goat milk laundry soap contains only four ingredients and one of these is borax. We often get asked why we add borax to the laundry soap. There are several reasons why we include it. Learn about the benefits of using borax in laundry soap and how it can help get your clothes cleaner, brighter and smelling fresh.
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The Benefits of Vitamin A For Your Skin

You can treat and prevent many common skin conditions right at home. By taking advantage of the benefits vitamin A offers your skin, and overall health, you may be able to prevent many common issues with vitamin A. Discover how vitamin A can help your skin through the use of goat milk soap.
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Benefits of Selenium

Selenium is a trace element that has many health benefits for your skin and body. Our goats receive selenium boosters so the goat milk contains selenium. Healthy goats equal healthy milk. Learn how selenium can benefit your body and skin through the use of goat milk products.
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Is Borax Safe?

Borax is an ingredient that is often included in many natural products used for cleaning, gardening, and crafts. One concern people often express is the safety of using borax around their families. Find out about the properties of borax and why I believe it is safe to use in our goat milk laundry soap.
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Unscented Goat Milk Soap

Unscented goat milk soaps are wonderful for people with skin conditions or sensitivities because they moisturize without containing unnecessary skin irritants. They are also great for those who wish to avoid scents while still benefitting from goat milk. Discover the variety of unscented options available at Goat Milk Stuff.
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