$6.50

Rosemary Mint Goat Milk Soap
This essential oil goat milk soap not only has many benefits for your skin, but it also lathers well and is very long-lastingEach natural and green bar is scented with rosemary, peppermint, and spearmint essential oils for a cool, uplifting scent that smells heavily of spearmint.

Available Rosemary Mint Goat Milk Soap Sizes (see Soap Size Comparison Chart):

  • Full bar  $6.50
  • Half bar  $3.95
  • Travel bar  $2.15
  • Uncured Soap Log  $30 (12% discount)

Bulk Discount: There is a discount available in the drop-down menu if you purchase 5 or 10 full bars of the same scent.

    Rosemary Mint Goat Milk Soap Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Rosemary, Peppermint, and Spearmint essential oils; natural colors. 

    Packaging: All of the bars will come in a cotton drawstring bag with the scent hand-stamped on the front so you can easily identify each bar.  

    Rosemary Mint Goat Milk Soap Log: The log 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.

    Soap Inspired Feelings
    The sun glints off the top of your ski as you gently scrape the wet snow from it. It’s been a good day of skiing and this will probably be the last run of the season. The trees around the base lodge already had buds forming and the birds were getting busy. As you approach the top of the chairlift, a cool breeze penetrates your sweater. The strength of the sun and the intensity of the moguls had heated you up enough to leave your jacket at the lodge much earlier. You take one last look at the breathtaking panoramic view from the summit. Enough rest. A deep breath of clean fresh air as you push off - it’s time to hit the slope! Be reminded of the exhilaration of skiing down a mountain as you use the refreshing scent of our rosemary Mint goat milk soap.

    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.