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Lavender Goat Milk Soap


Lavender Goat Milk Soap is scented with pure Lavender Essential Oil. Lavender is one of the most recognized scents in the world. Each Lavender Goat Milk Soap carries this beautiful scent which makes it a great gift. Because lavender is a relaxing scent, Lavender Goat Milk Soap may help soothe and calm you. It is wonderful on your skin and a favorite soap for many people.

Lavender Essential Oil is easily recognized by its floral, fresh, and sweet aroma. It not only smells great but also provides many other benefits to the user. From chest congestion to skin relief, Lavender Oil is versatile in many ways. This makes it a great addition to your Lavender Goat Milk Soap.

Our Goat Milk Soaps are available in a few different sizes. Full bars weigh between 5 and 5.3 oz. They are hand-cut, so measurements will vary, but they are roughly 3.5" long by 1.7" wide by 1.7" high. Please see the soap size comparison chart for details on our various soap sizes. Each bar of Goat Milk Soap comes in a cotton drawstring bag. The scent is hand-stamped on the front so you can easily identify each soap.

What Are The Benefits of Goat Milk Soap?

Adding goat milk to your soap provides many benefits for your skin. Goat milk contains lactic acid. This alpha-hydroxy acid helps naturally exfoliates 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.

Where Does Lavender Oil Come from?

Lavender Essential Oil comes from the pretty purple flower tops of lavender plants. These lavender flowers are usually harvested around June. They are compacted into a still and then steam distilled. The hot steam breaks open the lavender flower pockets and the oil separates. This process naturally produces pure Lavender Essential Oil.

How is Lavender Oil Good For Your Skin?

The benefit of Lavender Oil for your skin was allegedly discovered by accident in 1920. French Scientist René Gattefossé was severely burned in a laboratory explosion. A fellow scientist was nearby with what he thought was a vat of water so he plunged his arm into the vat. The vat actually contained a mixture containing Lavender. Within moments, the burning decreased. With continual applications, the burn healed completely - without a trace of a scar.

Much of the information we have on Lavender Oil is credited to further studies done by René Gattefossé. Many sunburn relief products contain Lavender because of its benefits. Lavender Oil comforts burns and speeds the healing process.

Lavender has both antiseptic and antifungal properties. Lavender Essential Oil may help alleviate acne, psoriasis, skin inflammations, and even wrinkles. It can be a safe and pleasant way to keep pesky mosquitoes away. Some people have even used Lavender Essential Oil in the treatment of head lice and nits.

Lavender Oil isn't just good for your skin. Steam therapy with Lavender Essential Oil can relieve chest and sinus congestion. Lavender Essential Oil molecules are hydrophobic (water-repelling). They can, therefore, loosen mucus and congestion. Lavender Oil also provides antiseptic relief. So as it penetrates into your system, it helps fight the bacteria causing the congestion.

Lavender Oil is not just available in the Lavender Goat Milk Soap. It is also added to the Lavender Solid Goat Milk Lotion. You can enjoy the benefits of Lavender Oil in both soap and lotion.

Why is Lavender Oil Calming?

Lavender is known to be very calming and relaxing. This is because lavender is an adaptogen. That means it contains a 'normalizing effect'. Lavender Oil can counteract disturbances brought about by stressors. As such, it is a useful tool. It may naturally help with difficulty sleeping, anxiety, stress, and nervous tension. Lavender can also help relieve emotional stress and even mild cases of depression. The relaxing components of Lavender Oil are known to possibly ease tension headaches. This is a condition common to many.

Soap Inspired Feelings

Your shoulder and neck muscles are tight with the stress of your day. Breathing in and out ten times helps a little. But the tension won't dissipate and you choose a hot shower since you don't have a personal masseuse. Your bathroom fills with steam and you forget all the bad decisions you made throughout the day. And then you make your best decision yet - you reach for your lavender goat milk soap. The fragrance mingles with the steam and you breathe in that heavenly lavender smell. Your shoulders relax and your neck muscles begin to loosen. The calming and soothing lavender scent helps you start to unwind. And you look forward to the rest of your evening and a peaceful night's sleep.

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients 

Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Lavender Essential oil; Natural color.

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.