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What is a "Naked" Goat Milk Soap?

It is a discounted soap that is not packaged or labeled in any way...

  • No paper wrapping.
  • No cotton bags.
  • No tissue paper.
  • And no stickers or labels whatsoever.

Just goat milk soap. In fact, the only way to identify the soap is by its scent and color. Since a lot of the soaps are the same or similar colors and the scents often co-mingle during shipping, if identifying the soaps is important, please order our bagged soaps.

Once you've identified your favorite goat milk soap, it may be time to try them naked - without any packaging or labeling. Not only is reduced packaging better for the environment, but we pass on the cost-savings to you. Enjoy reduced pricing on these naked soaps.

Standard Pet Scented Naked Soap Size

This Standard Pet Scented Naked Soap weighs between 3.6 and 4.5 oz. Please be aware that there will be variations in the sizes of these soaps which is why they are offered at such a great price.

Other Available Goat Milk Soap Sizes

Each Pet Scented Goat Milk Soap is available in a variety of sizes to suit your personal preferences. All soaps are weighed and meet the minimum weight six weeks after being made. As they continue to age and cure, they will last even longer although they may lose water weight, causing them to be slightly lighter.

Pet Scented Goat Milk Soap is available in these sizes and packaging:

  • Standard Pet Scented in a Cotton Bag: Weighs 4 to 4.8 ounces and measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2". Packaged in a labeled, draw-string cotton bag.
  • Standard Pet Scented Naked with no packaging: Weighs between 3.6 and 4.5 oz. Please be aware that there will be variations in the sizes of these soaps which is why they are offered at such a great price!

Each different goat milk soap size fits differently in your hand and serves a different purpose depending on your needs. Regardless of size, each bar is long-lasting, so it is both a high-value and high-quality product.

Goat milk soap will feel great on both your pet’s skin and yours, but be sure to avoid contact with their eyes. Test the product first on a small section of skin. If irritation occurs, stop use immediately. For external use only.

Goat Milk Soap Pet Bar Benefits

Ward off fleas and ticks with a powerful essential oil blend and the goodness of goat milk. Designed to form a rich lather, Goat Milk Soap Pet Bars clean your pet’s fur and are easier to rinse off than most other pet shampoos. The scented version of our pet soap is blended with specific essential oils that serve as a natural bug repellent.

If you are using the pet soap on your cat, we recommend using the Unscented Pet Soap instead of this scented version. Since cats spend so much time licking their fur, we prefer to be extra cautious. We don't want them to ingest any essential oils that aren't completely washed off.

How To Use the Goat Milk Soap Pet Bar

Wet both the soap and your pet’s fur. Rub the soap on your pet’s skin and fur to form a rich lather. Scrub gently but thoroughly to remove dirt and moisturize the skin. When you’re done, rinse thoroughly. Our goat milk soap is easy to rinse off and leaves your pet squeaky clean and smelling great.

Pet Bar Scented Naked Goat Milk Soap

Pet Bar Scented Naked Goat Milk Soap

Regular price $8.79
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Keep your furry friends clean and pest-free with the goodness of goat milk soap. Our pet soaps are a gentle, natural alternative to shampoo that doesn’t irritate your pet’s skin.

Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified palm oil, coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil; Aloe; Essential oils (proprietary blend).

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What is a "Naked" Goat Milk Soap?

It is a discounted soap that is not packaged or labeled in any way...

  • No paper wrapping.
  • No cotton bags.
  • No tissue paper.
  • And no stickers or labels whatsoever.

Just goat milk soap. In fact, the only way to identify the soap is by its scent and color. Since a lot of the soaps are the same or similar colors and the scents often co-mingle during shipping, if identifying the soaps is important, please order our bagged soaps.

Once you've identified your favorite goat milk soap, it may be time to try them naked - without any packaging or labeling. Not only is reduced packaging better for the environment, but we pass on the cost-savings to you. Enjoy reduced pricing on these naked soaps.

Standard Pet Scented Naked Soap Size

This Standard Pet Scented Naked Soap weighs between 3.6 and 4.5 oz. Please be aware that there will be variations in the sizes of these soaps which is why they are offered at such a great price.

Other Available Goat Milk Soap Sizes

Each Pet Scented Goat Milk Soap is available in a variety of sizes to suit your personal preferences. All soaps are weighed and meet the minimum weight six weeks after being made. As they continue to age and cure, they will last even longer although they may lose water weight, causing them to be slightly lighter.

Pet Scented Goat Milk Soap is available in these sizes and packaging:

  • Standard Pet Scented in a Cotton Bag: Weighs 4 to 4.8 ounces and measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2". Packaged in a labeled, draw-string cotton bag.
  • Standard Pet Scented Naked with no packaging: Weighs between 3.6 and 4.5 oz. Please be aware that there will be variations in the sizes of these soaps which is why they are offered at such a great price!

Each different goat milk soap size fits differently in your hand and serves a different purpose depending on your needs. Regardless of size, each bar is long-lasting, so it is both a high-value and high-quality product.

Goat milk soap will feel great on both your pet’s skin and yours, but be sure to avoid contact with their eyes. Test the product first on a small section of skin. If irritation occurs, stop use immediately. For external use only.

Goat Milk Soap Pet Bar Benefits

Ward off fleas and ticks with a powerful essential oil blend and the goodness of goat milk. Designed to form a rich lather, Goat Milk Soap Pet Bars clean your pet’s fur and are easier to rinse off than most other pet shampoos. The scented version of our pet soap is blended with specific essential oils that serve as a natural bug repellent.

If you are using the pet soap on your cat, we recommend using the Unscented Pet Soap instead of this scented version. Since cats spend so much time licking their fur, we prefer to be extra cautious. We don't want them to ingest any essential oils that aren't completely washed off.

How To Use the Goat Milk Soap Pet Bar

Wet both the soap and your pet’s fur. Rub the soap on your pet’s skin and fur to form a rich lather. Scrub gently but thoroughly to remove dirt and moisturize the skin. When you’re done, rinse thoroughly. Our goat milk soap is easy to rinse off and leaves your pet squeaky clean and smelling great.

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The Jonas family is a God-loving, hard-working, ever-learning family that seeks to honor Jesus in all that we do.  We began Goat Milk Stuff to share the goodness of goat milk with others, to bring Jim home full-time, and to provide an environment where the children could learn to be entrepreneurs. As the children and Goat Milk Stuff have grown, we've been able to watch all of these goals come to fruition. We have a very simple philosophy when it comes to parenting and educating our children.

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Meet Our Goats

We breed Alpine and Nigerian Dwarf registered dairy goats in Scottsburg, Indiana - only half an hour North of Louisville, Kentucky. Our Alpine dairy goats are raised as naturally as possible. We have a 36 acre farm in Southern Indiana, and the goats spend their days in the woods, in their pastures, or in the barn if there's bad weather. We have approximately 200 Alpine baby goats born every year, and have plenty of baby goats for sale February through April and sometimes after that.

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