Jewelweed is a plant that is often used by herbalists to relieve poison ivy symptoms. We take fresh jewelweed and infuse it in oils and then use those oils to make this Jewelweed Goat Milk Soap. This soap is safe to use before and after trips into poison ivy infested areas, as well as on poison ivy rashes. We do not add any scent to the soap.

What Are The Benefits of Goat Milk Soap?

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Adding goat milk to your soap provides many benefits for your skin. Goat milk contains lactic acid. This alpha-hydroxy acid helps naturally exfoliate your skin so it looks younger. Goat milk also contains Vitamin A which supports the repair of sun-damaged skin.

The cream in goat milk contributes to naturally moisturizing your skin. Because goat milk contains anti-oxidants, it helps reduce oxidative stress on your skin. Oxidative stress leads to premature aging of your skin and should be avoided. And don't forget that goat milk provides minerals that your skin needs to stay healthy.

The benefits to your skin from Goat Milk Soap are numerous. Using Goat Milk Soap is one of the simplest ways to take incredible care of the health of your skin.

Available Goat Milk Soap Sizes

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Choose one of the following sizes:

  • The Standard Size weighs 4 - 4.3 oz when bagged and measures ~3.5" x 1" x 2". It comes packaged in a labeled, cotton, draw-string bag.
  • The Travel Size weighs 1 - 1.25 oz when bagged and measures ~1" x 1" x 2". It comes packaged in a plastic bag, with a recyclable card identifying the scent.

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients

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Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; jewelweed.

 

A Note About Safety: This soap should feel fantastic all over your body, except directly in your eyes. To discover any possible allergic reaction, test the soap on a small area of skin first. If a reaction occurs, stop using it and try one of our different recipes that work well with your skin.

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Jewelweed is a plant that is often used by herbalists to relieve poison ivy symptoms. We take fresh jewelweed and infuse it in oils and then use those oils to make this Jewelweed Goat Milk Soap. This soap is safe to use before and after trips into poison ivy infested areas, as well as on poison ivy rashes. We do not add any scent to the soap.

What Are The Benefits of Goat Milk Soap?

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Adding goat milk to your soap provides many benefits for your skin. Goat milk contains lactic acid. This alpha-hydroxy acid helps naturally exfoliate your skin so it looks younger. Goat milk also contains Vitamin A which supports the repair of sun-damaged skin.

The cream in goat milk contributes to naturally moisturizing your skin. Because goat milk contains anti-oxidants, it helps reduce oxidative stress on your skin. Oxidative stress leads to premature aging of your skin and should be avoided. And don't forget that goat milk provides minerals that your skin needs to stay healthy.

The benefits to your skin from Goat Milk Soap are numerous. Using Goat Milk Soap is one of the simplest ways to take incredible care of the health of your skin.

Available Goat Milk Soap Sizes

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Choose one of the following sizes:

  • The Standard Size weighs 4 - 4.3 oz when bagged and measures ~3.5" x 1" x 2". It comes packaged in a labeled, cotton, draw-string bag.
  • The Travel Size weighs 1 - 1.25 oz when bagged and measures ~1" x 1" x 2". It comes packaged in a plastic bag, with a recyclable card identifying the scent.

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients

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Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; jewelweed.

 

A Note About Safety: This soap should feel fantastic all over your body, except directly in your eyes. To discover any possible allergic reaction, test the soap on a small area of skin first. If a reaction occurs, stop using it and try one of our different recipes that work well with your skin.