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Our family-run business believes in using natural and wholesome ingredients that nourish and protect your skin. That's why we infuse our salves, lotions, deodorants, and lip balms with beeswax.
Beeswax is an incredibly versatile ingredient that has been used for centuries in various skincare products. It's a natural wax produced by honey bees, and it has numerous benefits for the skin. From providing a protective barrier to locking in moisture, beeswax can help you achieve healthy and radiant skin.
Our beeswax salves are perfect for dry, cracked skin, while our beeswax lotions are great for daily use to keep your skin soft and supple. Our deodorants and lip balms, both infused with beeswax, provide long-lasting protection and hydration.
Below, we'll delve deeper into the benefits of beeswax for skin and explain why it's an essential ingredient in our products. Whether you're dealing with dry, irritated skin or simply looking for natural and effective skincare solutions, we're confident that beeswax will become one of your new favorite ingredients.
Beeswax is a waxy material secreted by worker bees in the hive to construct the honeycomb cells where bees store honey, and pollen, and raise their brood. Yellow beeswax is collected by beekeepers from the honeycombs, and it can be further purified and processed for various uses, including in skincare products, candles, food, and industrial applications.
Beeswax is known for its unique properties, including its natural ability to solidify at room temperature, its pleasant aroma, and its versatility as a natural emulsifier and humectant. It contains various beneficial compounds, such as fatty acids, esters, and vitamin A, which make it a valuable ingredient in many cosmetic and skincare formulations.
In skincare products, beeswax is often used for its emollient, protective, and moisturizing properties. It forms a protective barrier on the skin, helping to lock in moisture, protect the skin from environmental irritants, and soothe dry, chapped skin. Beeswax is commonly used in salves, lotions, lip balms, and other skincare products due to its natural properties and skin-friendly nature.
Beeswax has plenty of benefits, for the reasons mentioned above. Here are some of our favorite reasons to add this ingredient to your skin care routine:
Overall, beeswax is an excellent natural ingredient that provides a multitude of benefits for the skin, making it a great addition to salves, lotions, deodorants, and lip balms. Our goat milk products also benefit from the wonderful properties of shea butter, cocoa butter, jojoba oil, coconut oil, sweet almond oil and plenty of other excellent natural ingredients.
At Goat Milk Stuff, we're dedicated to providing you with simple, wholesome ingredients that you can feel confident about using. Each product on our website has a complete ingredient list included in the product description, but we've also created this page to help you quickly identify which products are safe for you to use if you have any allergies.
We understand that dealing with allergies can be challenging, which is why we offer different formulas for many of our items that use different ingredients. Whether you or a loved one has allergies, you can still enjoy the benefits of goat milk soaps and other products that are safe to use.
It's important to note that while we take great care to keep our products separate, our soaproom and equipment are shared. If you have a severe allergy to any of the ingredients used in our soaproom, we recommend that you refrain from using our products. We do not use any peanut oil or gluten in the soaproom, but these ingredients can be found in our food items.
Products WITH Beeswax
Products WITHOUT Beeswax
Goat Milk Soaps:
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Accuracy. At our small family-run business, we take pride in using quality ingredients in our products. While we strive for accuracy in our ingredient lists, we understand that mistakes can happen. That's why we encourage you to double-check the ingredient list on each product page before use. If you notice any discrepancies or conflicts, please let us know so we can promptly address them.
Please note that our ingredient pages were last updated on 7/26/2022. Any products added after that date may not be listed yet, but we'll do our best to add them as soon as possible.
Peanut and Gluten Allergies. We source our ingredients from trusted external suppliers, but as a small business, we can't guarantee the purity of each ingredient or if they were processed in facilities that handle peanuts. However, we want you to know that the rolled oats we use in our two scrub soaps are certified gluten-free for your peace of mind. Your satisfaction and safety are our top priorities, and we appreciate your trust in us.