Uncured Soap Log - Bug Out Goat Milk Soap
Bug Out Goat Milk Soap UNCURED LOG
This essential oil goat milk soap not only has many benefits for your skin, but it also lathers well and is very long-lasting. Each bar is made with a proprietary blend of essential oils to help chase away mosquitoes and biting insects. It has a pleasant, mild scent.
Please be aware that using this product will help deter bugs naturally, but it does not guarantee that you will never be bitten again. We have found the bug out soap is very effective when it is used in the morning. If you will be out in the heat of the day and sweating a lot, you may sweat off the essential oil protection and may want to follow-up with the bug out lotion or bug out spray.
Uncured Goat Milk Soap Log Directions: This log is equivalent to 5.25 full bars of soap. It will not have any packaging or labeling. When it arrives, first cut the goat milk soap log and then cure the goat milk soap before using.
Goat Milk Soap Size: Uncured logs will get lighter in weight as they cure. Depending on the age of the log, it usually weighs between 1.4 and 1.75 pounds. They are hand-cut, so measurements will vary, but they are roughly 9.0" long by 3.5" wide by 1.7" high. Please see the soap size comparison chart for details on the various soap sizes.
Goat Milk Soap Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Essential oils (proprietary blend).
This product has not been evaluated by the FDA.
Soap Inspired Feelings
You finish your morning shower and head off to work in your garden. The humidity is already building and there is not a breeze to be found. All around you there are mosquitoes and bugs, but you go about you weeding and harvesting unafraid. You don't spray your garden food with chemicals and pesticides and you wouldn't dream of using DEET or other harmful chemicals on your skin. You'll trust the natural effectiveness of essential oils to keep the bug bites away.
Allergy Warning: If you are concerned about an allergic reaction, test the soap on a small area of skin and stop using if irritation occurs.
Avoid getting the soap directly in your eyes.