Crisp and clean, the Tea Tree scent is strong, camphor-like, and slightly medicinal thanks to its variety of healing phytochemicals. Derived from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree native to Australia, Tea Tree oil is believed to have antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. In fact, our Tea Tree goat milk soap is a top pick for those with acne and psoriasis.

Somewhat similar in smell to peppermint and eucalyptus, Tea Tree is sometimes used as a natural deodorant. In addition to cleaning and soothing your skin, it will keep you smelling clean and fresh while helping you feel renewed and invigorated.

Tea Tree Essential Oil Goat Milk Soap Benefits

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The chemical compounds in tea tree essential oil may help fight harmful bacteria and fungi that can cause infections, inflammation, and skin problems like acne (or even athlete's foot). Tea tree is estimated to have over 98 such helpful compounds. It often acts as nature’s antidote for helping with just about anything, ranging from the common cold to nail inflammation, and from bug bites to bad breath. It has even been believed to boost the immune system by improving blood circulation and forming a protective barrier against diseases.

Historically, tea tree oil has been used as an antiseptic because it guards the skin against damaging microorganisms. In 1770, Aborigines of Australia introduced Captain Cook to tea tree. They supposedly (according to the internet) told him of its “magical healing powers” and showed him how to apply it to various wounds and sores suffered by his crew. Almost two centuries later, tea tree oil was administered to WWII soldiers for all kinds of scrapes, burns, and infections. It is still widely utilized for treating skin conditions both reactively and preventatively and has spanned into the worlds of aromatherapy, cleaning products, and fighting mold.

We’ve maximized the goodness of our goat milk soap by adding this wonderful essential oil. Goat milk soap is creamy, rich, and filled with wholesome ingredients that replenish and protect your skin, maintaining its natural biome. This soap is a natural alternative to detergent-heavy synthetic soaps that dry out your skin and throw off its true balance. 

How to Use Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap

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To use our goat milk soap, get the soap wet and lather directly into your hands, or on a soft washcloth. The rich, creamy lather will leave your skin clean but not stripped, and after use, you may find that you don’t need to use lotion thanks to our deeply nourishing formula.

Feel free to use this natural soap anywhere including face, hands, and body, though do avoid getting the soap directly in your eyes. For those starting with incredibly sensitive skin, we suggest trying the travel size bar to make sure the soap does not irritate your skin.

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients and Details

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Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Tea Tree essential oil.

Each Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap is available in a variety of sizes to suit your personal preferences. All soaps are weighed and meet the minimum weight six weeks after being made. As they continue to age and cure, they will last even longer although they may lose water weight, causing them to be slightly lighter.

Sizes and packaging include:

  • Standard Goat Soap: Weighs 4 to 4.5 ounces and measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2". Packaged in a labeled, draw-string cotton bag.
  • Travel Goat Soap: Weighs 1 to 1.25 ounces and measures approximately 1" x 1" x 2". Packaged in a plastic bag containing a recyclable soap variety identification card.

Each different goat milk soap size fits differently in your hand and serves a different purpose depending on your needs. Regardless of size, each bar is long-lasting, so it is both a high value and high-quality product.

Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap is safe to apply all over your body, except for directly in your eyes. An allergic reaction may be possible, so prior to using it all over, conduct a patch test on a small area of skin first to discover any sensitivities. If you do have an allergic reaction, stop using immediately.

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Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Tea Tree essential oil.

Crisp and clean, the Tea Tree scent is strong, camphor-like, and slightly medicinal thanks to its variety of healing phytochemicals. Derived from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree native to Australia, Tea Tree oil is believed to have antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. In fact, our Tea Tree goat milk soap is a top pick for those with acne and psoriasis.

Somewhat similar in smell to peppermint and eucalyptus, Tea Tree is sometimes used as a natural deodorant. In addition to cleaning and soothing your skin, it will keep you smelling clean and fresh while helping you feel renewed and invigorated.

Tea Tree Essential Oil Goat Milk Soap Benefits

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The chemical compounds in tea tree essential oil may help fight harmful bacteria and fungi that can cause infections, inflammation, and skin problems like acne (or even athlete's foot). Tea tree is estimated to have over 98 such helpful compounds. It often acts as nature’s antidote for helping with just about anything, ranging from the common cold to nail inflammation, and from bug bites to bad breath. It has even been believed to boost the immune system by improving blood circulation and forming a protective barrier against diseases.

Historically, tea tree oil has been used as an antiseptic because it guards the skin against damaging microorganisms. In 1770, Aborigines of Australia introduced Captain Cook to tea tree. They supposedly (according to the internet) told him of its “magical healing powers” and showed him how to apply it to various wounds and sores suffered by his crew. Almost two centuries later, tea tree oil was administered to WWII soldiers for all kinds of scrapes, burns, and infections. It is still widely utilized for treating skin conditions both reactively and preventatively and has spanned into the worlds of aromatherapy, cleaning products, and fighting mold.

We’ve maximized the goodness of our goat milk soap by adding this wonderful essential oil. Goat milk soap is creamy, rich, and filled with wholesome ingredients that replenish and protect your skin, maintaining its natural biome. This soap is a natural alternative to detergent-heavy synthetic soaps that dry out your skin and throw off its true balance. 

How to Use Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap

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To use our goat milk soap, get the soap wet and lather directly into your hands, or on a soft washcloth. The rich, creamy lather will leave your skin clean but not stripped, and after use, you may find that you don’t need to use lotion thanks to our deeply nourishing formula.

Feel free to use this natural soap anywhere including face, hands, and body, though do avoid getting the soap directly in your eyes. For those starting with incredibly sensitive skin, we suggest trying the travel size bar to make sure the soap does not irritate your skin.

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients and Details

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Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Tea Tree essential oil.

Each Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap is available in a variety of sizes to suit your personal preferences. All soaps are weighed and meet the minimum weight six weeks after being made. As they continue to age and cure, they will last even longer although they may lose water weight, causing them to be slightly lighter.

Sizes and packaging include:

  • Standard Goat Soap: Weighs 4 to 4.5 ounces and measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2". Packaged in a labeled, draw-string cotton bag.
  • Travel Goat Soap: Weighs 1 to 1.25 ounces and measures approximately 1" x 1" x 2". Packaged in a plastic bag containing a recyclable soap variety identification card.

Each different goat milk soap size fits differently in your hand and serves a different purpose depending on your needs. Regardless of size, each bar is long-lasting, so it is both a high value and high-quality product.

Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap is safe to apply all over your body, except for directly in your eyes. An allergic reaction may be possible, so prior to using it all over, conduct a patch test on a small area of skin first to discover any sensitivities. If you do have an allergic reaction, stop using immediately.