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Our Almond Shampoo Bar is brimming with that familiar, cherry-like fragrance we all know and love. A blended bitter almond essential oil produces a sweet aroma reminiscent of fresh baked treats, both warming and comforting. Research suggests that bitter almond essential oil contains skin-boosting, natural components, such as vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant for anti-aging. It is also thought to be antibacterial and antimicrobial, potentially reducing skin congestion like acne and pimples (similar to tea tree essential oil).

Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar Benefits

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Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars are a gentle way to cleanse your hair and scalp, leaving you with luscious, shining locks. Plus, they’re kinder to the planet and more nourishing for your hair than conventional chemical-based shampoos thanks to minimalist packaging and natural hair-loving ingredients.

Our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars are made with natural hair care ingredients to leave your hair fresh and clean, and your scalp cleansed and calm. Nettle and rosemary are key to our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars as they’re known for their ability to promote healthy hair growth. Plus we use nourishing oils and butters to help keep your hair healthy and soft. Here’s how they work:

  • Nettle: Nettles are rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, handy ingredients that help to neutralize free radicals. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules that can cause damage and change to your cells, including hair cells, which can lead to hair thinning. Plus, nettle also dilates blood vessels which helps your hair follicle get more oxygen and nutrients through your bloodstream. In other words, nettle helps create healthy hair.
  • Rosemary: We use rosemary in our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars for a similar reason to nettle; it’s amazing for hair growth. It works similarly to nettle as well — rosemary helps with blood flow to ensure maximum oxygen and nutrients are supplied to your scalp. If you like to hear the science behind these handy ingredients, one study found rosemary oil was as effective as ‘Rogaine’ for helping boost hair growth.
  • Jojoba and Castor Oils:These oils help keep hair baby-soft, plus we use Shea and Cocoa Butters to nourish and smooth hair during the Goat Milk Shampoo washing process.

Boosting your hair and scalp health is super important, but with eight children and a handful of grandchildren, we think looking after the planet for future generations is pretty important too. By using Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars, you’re reducing the plastic containers you usually use with regular shampoos and conditioners. It’s a win/win!

What are the Benefits of a Natural Goat Milk Soap Shampoo?

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The shampoo bars are a different formula than our regular goat milk soaps. We start by infusing rosemary and nettles into olive oil because they are beneficial for your scalp, hair, and hair follicles.

Then we add other beneficial ingredients designed to leave your hair clean, soft, and manageable.

How to Use Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars

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Using a shampoo bar is super easy. After years of refining our recipe and method, we’ve created a few guidelines on the very best way to use our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars depending on the length of your hair. Our top tip is to ensure you focus on cleaning your scalp rather than your hair strands for the cleanest, freshest locks.

When using a Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar, you will get a gentle creamy lather, but it won’t foam like most store bought shampoos. And you don’t want it to! Most chemical-based shampoos available have a foaming agent added to them, so they get really foamy. This foam doesn’t help clean or nourish your hair, so it’s not very useful. Don’t look to replicate it with your goat milk soap shampoo bar. The lather you create will be a more subtle one, which is still super effective at cleaning and clarifying your hair and scalp.

Using too much of the Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar can leave your hair feeling heavy and sticky. You don’t need a whole lot to get the job done. Start by using less, because you can always use more later.

Is The Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Safe for Color Treated Hair?

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If you have color-treated hair, you need to test the shampoo. We have customers who use it successfully on their color-treated hair, while other customers find it removes the color. Inexpensive home color treatments seem to have the most problems. It may also improve how long your color lasts.

One customer did tell us, "I love the shampoo soap for my hair, it helps to keep my colored hair from turning gray for a few weeks longer!"

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients and Details

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Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified rosemary and nettle infused olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, castor oil, jojoba oil; Almond essential oil.

Size and Packaging: The Almond Shampoo Goat Milk Soap is available in the Standard size only. The Cotton Bag option weighs 4 to 4.8 ounces, measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2", and is packaged in a labeled, draw-string cotton bag. The Naked option weighs 3.7 to 4.5 ounces, measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2", and comes with no packaging or labeling whatsoever. The only way to identify the naked bar is by scent and color.

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.

Almond Shampoo Goat Milk Soap is designed for your hair and scalp but it is safe to apply all over your body, except for directly in your eyes. An allergic reaction may be possible, so prior to using it all over, conduct a patch test on a small area of skin first to discover any sensitivities. If you do have an allergic reaction, stop use immediately.

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Naked soaps have no labeling or packaging at all. Please order the cotton bag for gift giving or if you need the soap identified.

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Made with farm fresh goat milk

We raise healthy, happy goats on our Southern Indiana farm and use only this wonderful goat milk in our soaps.

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Ingredients:

Raw goat milk; Saponified rosemary and nettle infused olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, castor oil, jojoba oil; Almond essential oil.

Our Almond Shampoo Bar is brimming with that familiar, cherry-like fragrance we all know and love. A blended bitter almond essential oil produces a sweet aroma reminiscent of fresh baked treats, both warming and comforting. Research suggests that bitter almond essential oil contains skin-boosting, natural components, such as vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant for anti-aging. It is also thought to be antibacterial and antimicrobial, potentially reducing skin congestion like acne and pimples (similar to tea tree essential oil).

Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar Benefits

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Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars are a gentle way to cleanse your hair and scalp, leaving you with luscious, shining locks. Plus, they’re kinder to the planet and more nourishing for your hair than conventional chemical-based shampoos thanks to minimalist packaging and natural hair-loving ingredients.

Our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars are made with natural hair care ingredients to leave your hair fresh and clean, and your scalp cleansed and calm. Nettle and rosemary are key to our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars as they’re known for their ability to promote healthy hair growth. Plus we use nourishing oils and butters to help keep your hair healthy and soft. Here’s how they work:

  • Nettle: Nettles are rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, handy ingredients that help to neutralize free radicals. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules that can cause damage and change to your cells, including hair cells, which can lead to hair thinning. Plus, nettle also dilates blood vessels which helps your hair follicle get more oxygen and nutrients through your bloodstream. In other words, nettle helps create healthy hair.
  • Rosemary: We use rosemary in our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars for a similar reason to nettle; it’s amazing for hair growth. It works similarly to nettle as well — rosemary helps with blood flow to ensure maximum oxygen and nutrients are supplied to your scalp. If you like to hear the science behind these handy ingredients, one study found rosemary oil was as effective as ‘Rogaine’ for helping boost hair growth.
  • Jojoba and Castor Oils:These oils help keep hair baby-soft, plus we use Shea and Cocoa Butters to nourish and smooth hair during the Goat Milk Shampoo washing process.

Boosting your hair and scalp health is super important, but with eight children and a handful of grandchildren, we think looking after the planet for future generations is pretty important too. By using Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars, you’re reducing the plastic containers you usually use with regular shampoos and conditioners. It’s a win/win!

What are the Benefits of a Natural Goat Milk Soap Shampoo?

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The shampoo bars are a different formula than our regular goat milk soaps. We start by infusing rosemary and nettles into olive oil because they are beneficial for your scalp, hair, and hair follicles.

Then we add other beneficial ingredients designed to leave your hair clean, soft, and manageable.

How to Use Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars

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Using a shampoo bar is super easy. After years of refining our recipe and method, we’ve created a few guidelines on the very best way to use our Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bars depending on the length of your hair. Our top tip is to ensure you focus on cleaning your scalp rather than your hair strands for the cleanest, freshest locks.

When using a Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar, you will get a gentle creamy lather, but it won’t foam like most store bought shampoos. And you don’t want it to! Most chemical-based shampoos available have a foaming agent added to them, so they get really foamy. This foam doesn’t help clean or nourish your hair, so it’s not very useful. Don’t look to replicate it with your goat milk soap shampoo bar. The lather you create will be a more subtle one, which is still super effective at cleaning and clarifying your hair and scalp.

Using too much of the Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Bar can leave your hair feeling heavy and sticky. You don’t need a whole lot to get the job done. Start by using less, because you can always use more later.

Is The Goat Milk Soap Shampoo Safe for Color Treated Hair?

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If you have color-treated hair, you need to test the shampoo. We have customers who use it successfully on their color-treated hair, while other customers find it removes the color. Inexpensive home color treatments seem to have the most problems. It may also improve how long your color lasts.

One customer did tell us, "I love the shampoo soap for my hair, it helps to keep my colored hair from turning gray for a few weeks longer!"

Goat Milk Soap Ingredients and Details

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Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified rosemary and nettle infused olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, castor oil, jojoba oil; Almond essential oil.

Size and Packaging: The Almond Shampoo Goat Milk Soap is available in the Standard size only. The Cotton Bag option weighs 4 to 4.8 ounces, measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2", and is packaged in a labeled, draw-string cotton bag. The Naked option weighs 3.7 to 4.5 ounces, measures approximately 3.5" x 1" x 2", and comes with no packaging or labeling whatsoever. The only way to identify the naked bar is by scent and color.

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.

Almond Shampoo Goat Milk Soap is designed for your hair and scalp but it is safe to apply all over your body, except for directly in your eyes. An allergic reaction may be possible, so prior to using it all over, conduct a patch test on a small area of skin first to discover any sensitivities. If you do have an allergic reaction, stop use immediately.