At Goat Milk Stuff, we are all about using simple, healthy ingredients that you can trust. Every item on the website has the complete ingredient list included on the individual product page.
If you have an allergy, you can also scan the list of ingredients below to see which goat milk soaps (and other stuff) you can safely use and which you should avoid. We have different formulas (that use different ingredients) for many of our items so that if you or a loved one deals with allergies, you still have a choice for goat milk soaps and stuff that you can safely use.
Please be aware that our products are made in the same soaproom and often share the same equipment. While we do our best to keep items separate, if you have a life-threatening allergy to any of the ingredients that are used in our soaproom, we do not recommend that you use any of the products. (We do not use any peanut oil* or gluten* in the soaproom, but peanut products and gluten are found in our food items.)
The specific ingredients can be found below. When you click on the ingredient, it will take you to a page that lists what items include that ingredient and what items do not.
Ingredients in bath & body items
Most of these ingredients are food grade and are safe and trustworthy. You will never see Goat Milk Stuff using anything harmful like chemical preservatives, dyes, parabens, phthalates, SLS, or anything questionable. As always, if you have any questions about any of the ingredients used, please don't hesitate to ask about them.
We have triple-checked these lists for accuracy, but cannot guarantee there are no errors. The individual ingredient list on each product page is always to be checked first. If you see any conflicts on these pages, please let us know right away.
These pages were last updated on 3/4/21 and do not include any products that were added after that date. If you do not see a bath & body item on the list, please let us know and we will make sure it is added.
*We purchase our ingredients from outside suppliers, so we cannot control the purity of the ingredients or whether they are produced in facilities that also process peanuts. The rolled oats that we use in our two scrub soaps are certified gluten-free.