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Goat Milk Soap for Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a frustrating skin condition that produces small, often hard bumps on the skin's surface.

If you or a loved one are struggling with keratosis pilaris, we have good news. Our Goat Milk Soap has helped hundreds of people with their KP since we started Goat Milk Stuff in 2008.

You can read personal testimonies of how our goat milk soap has helped people with Keratosis Pilaris.

Best Goat Milk Soap for Treating Keratosis Pilaris

Every one of our goat milk soaps has raw goat milk to help gently cleanse, moisturize, and offer relief. However, the soaps below have received the most positive feedback from people dealing with keratosis pilaris, and we want to share a bit more about each of these.

We recommend trying the different goat milk soaps over time to see which one offers you the most relief.

  • Purity Goat Milk Soap - an unscented soap made with raw goat milk that is very gentle for keratosis pilaris prone skin.
  • Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap - the Purity soap with tea tree essential oil added. Tea Tree essential oil is antibacterial, anti-viral, and antifungal.
  • Castile Goat Milk Soap - made with only organic extra virgin olive oil and raw goat milk, this soap will not lather as well as the Purity (it is more lotion-like), but is the gentlest soap we make and the one we recommend for hyper-sensitive skin and for newborns.
  • Calendula Goat Milk Soap - similar to the Castile soap, but with calendula flowers infused and castor oil added to increase the lather.
  • Activated Bamboo Charcoal Goat Milk Soap - the Purity goat milk soap with added charcoal. If you've never used a charcoal soap before, be sure to test it on a small portion of skin first as a small number of people are sensitive to charcoal.

Each of these goat milk soaps is available in multiple sizes including travel bars (see the size comparison chart) so you can test them on your skin.

Which Goat Milk Soap is Right for Your Skin?

Everyone’s skin is different and reacts differently, and all of the soaps seen above are excellent. We suggest starting with our Purity Goat Milk Soap, which has no added color or fragrance and is made with simple ingredients to soothe your skin. The Unscented Solid Goat Milk Lotion is also a wonderful follow-up if you’re looking for added moisture.

Since everyone's skin is different, we can't promise that our goat milk soap will offer you relief from your keratosis pilaris symptoms. Unless you are allergic to one of the ingredients, our soap should not aggravate your KP.

Some people have found that once they get their KP under control, they are able to switch to a scented Essential Oil Goat Milk Soap.

Others find it’s best to continue to use one of the five recommended Goat Milk Soaps for KP. Some people also rotate the soaps periodically to avoid building a sensitivity over time. You need to test them on your skin to see what works best for you.

We regularly pray that our soap will help whoever needs it, and we hope it will help you (or your loved one) find relief from keratosis pilaris as well.

6 Steps To Use Goat Milk Soap For Keratosis Pilaris Relief.

We recommend the following steps to start on your goat milk soap journey:

  1. Make sure your soap, lotion, shampoo, make-up, and deodorant are as natural and chemical-free as possible. Chemicals can aggravate keratosis pilaris and are hidden in many skincare products.
  2. Use only the unscented Purity Goat Milk Soap for a week to see if that offers any relief. We have the bar soap for the shower or Purity Goat Milk Bath for enjoying a soak in the tub.
  3. After a week of exclusively using the Purity Goat Milk Soap, try adding the Unscented Solid Lotion to see if it improves your skin. Some people find it helps and others don’t, so we recommend the soap first and then the lotion. By not trying them both for the first time in the same week you can see the impact each one has.
  4. Change your laundry habits and switch to our Laundry Soap with simple ingredients and no unnecessary chemicals. Our Goat Milk Laundry Soap gets all the chemical detergents out of your sheets, clothes, and towels. These chemicals may be further irritating your skin and causing problems with your keratosis pilaris.
  5. If your scalp needs some help, consider trying our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar without chemicals that could be aggravating your keratosis pilaris.
  6. After you’ve tried the Purity Goat Milk Soap, you can experiment to see if one of our other goat milk soaps (like the Calendula, Castile, Tea Tree, or Charcoal) works any better. Try each one for at least one week so you can give it a fair test.


Keratosis Pilaris Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Main Cause of Keratosis Pilaris?

Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a non-harmful skin condition that causes small, hard bumps that appear on the body - typically on the upper arms, thighs, and buttocks. Sometimes it can cause redness or swelling too. It’s also typically accompanied by dry, rough skin and, sometimes, itchiness.

KP is caused by a buildup of keratin that blocks the openings of pores or hair follicles. Unfortunately, doctors are not sure what triggers the keratin buildup.

Can Keratosis Pilaris be Cured?

Keratosis Pilaris is currently another incurable skin condition; however, certain products can help improve it. Generally, topical exfoliants are recommended for removing dead skin cells (the source of the keratin buildup), while lotions are recommended to help keep the skin moisturized.

You need to be careful because often these products include chemicals, preservatives, and fragrances that can cause more skin irritation. Fortunately, there are natural treatments for Keratosis Pilaris, such as our goat milk soaps, that can assist with this skin condition.

Can Keratosis Pilaris Spread?

KP is a chronic condition that doesn’t spread, but it can appear in other areas of the body.

Is Keratosis Pilaris a Vitamin Deficiency?

It is unclear what causes the build-up of keratin that is responsible for kp.

How Do You Get Rid of Keratosis Pilaris Naturally?

Exfoliating and moisturizing are the best methods for getting rid of KP, and there are many natural products that can be used to do this. In fact, we’ve had many customers who have had great success in getting rid of their Keratosis Pilaris with the help of our Goat Milk Stuff products.

Is Goat Milk Good for Keratosis Pilaris?

Goat milk is a gentle yet effective ingredient that is beneficial for Keratosis Pilaris, as well as many other skin conditions. Raw goat’s milk is full of alpha-hydroxy acids, which help remove dead skin cells and encourage new skin cell growth. The proteins and fatty acids in goat milk provide a great moisture barrier that encourages deep hydration for your skin.

Goat milk has anti-inflammatory properties which can reduce irritation and redness common in keratosis pilaris and other sensitive skin conditions. It also contains probiotics which help promote normal skin growth.

How Often Should I Use Goat Milk Soap for Keratosis Pilaris Relief?

You can wash with goat milk soap as often as you need to stay clean. Use Purity Goat Milk Soap, or whichever Goat Milk Soap proves best for your skin, in place of the soap you’ve been using during your regular bathing or showering routine. Continued use for at least one week is recommended to truly see how our soap affects your skin. The ingredients we’ve used to formulate our Goat Milk Soap should cleanse your skin without leaving it dry and irritated. But if you experience worsening of your symptoms, stop using immediately.
Indigo washing her face with goat milk soap

Why Choose Goat Milk Stuff?

At Goat Milk Stuff, we have always believed in the healing powers of nature. When we realized just how harmful the ingredients in traditional skincare products could be, we decided to start making our own chemical-free soaps using goat milk from our own farm. 

We soon realized the amazing effects goat’s milk could have on the skin. Now, we offer a variety of skincare products that are not only natural and moisturizing but also help people deal with frustrating skin conditions such as keratosis pilaris. 

Try our goat milk soaps for keratosis pilaris today and discover the gentle, soothing properties of our products. 

Our family often prays that these Goat Milk Stuff soaps for keratosis pilaris and our many other goat milk products will bring freedom from unwanted skin issues, as they have for thousands of others, because healthy skin is happy skin!