Smooth move choosing this, our most popular fragrance! This is an amazing shaving soap with a full, thick lather. The Oatmeal Milk & Honey (OMH) scent smells strongly of honey and is great for both men and women. If you've never shaved with a shaving soap before, here is some information Jim wrote on how to shave with goat milk shaving soap (There is even a video of Emery giving Jim a shave!)

We also offer shaving bowls and shaving brushes for use with our shaving soap.

Goat Milk Shaving Soap Benefits

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Nourishing, gentle and easy-to-use, Goat Milk Shaving Soap makes the job of shaving for men and women a pleasure. When shaving your face, the creamy lather makes accurate shaving easier, caring for your skin by leaving it super hydrated along the way. For legs and other body parts, the visibly creamy lather prevents you from missing hard-to-reach areas.

Every Goat Milk Shaving Soap contains skin-loving ingredients to keep your skin nourished and protected against hard water and the elements. Our favorites include clay to help your razor glide smoothly over your skin, and aloe to relieve any possible razor burn or irritation.

How to Use Goat Milk Shaving Soap

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Getting a great shave isn’t hard, but there are a few handy steps we’ve created to help you get the closest shave possible without irritating your skin. 

  • Thoroughly dampen the area you’re going to shave: Taking a shower or holding a moist washcloth over the area helps thoroughly wet the hair, leading to less irritation.
  • Use great tools: A high quality razor, shave brush, mug, and Goat Milk Shaving Soap are the perfect toolkit. Wet your shaving brush and stir it around the mug with the soap inside. Once you’ve created a foamy lather, you know you’re ready to start applying the soap foam! While using a shaving brush will build the most lather, many people find simple hand-lathering to be adequate for a smooth shave.
  • Technique: Follow the direction of your hair growth with each stroke of your razor. Keep strokes short while shaving your face, and always use gentle pressure. 
  • Keep difficult areas wet: Rinse your razor after every 2-3 strokes and ensure you use a good lather around difficult areas. It’s OK if you need to go over some areas again, but make sure you have plenty of lather each time to prevent skin irritation.

Finish with a cool rinse: Whether you’re shaving your legs or your face, a cool rinse helps close pores and any small nicks in the skin that have occurred during the process.

Shaving Goat Milk Soap Size

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We make shaving easy by offering one handy size of Goat Milk Shaving Soap. Each round shaving bar weighs 3 - 3.5 oz. and has a 3" diameter, which fits perfectly in most shaving bowls.

All soaps are weighed after their 6 week curing period. If they fall in the appropriate weight range, they are bagged. Please remember that as Goat Milk Soap ages and cures, it loses some water weight. So if the soap you order is much older than 6 weeks, it may weigh a little less than listed. But the longer soap cures, the harder it gets and the longer it lasts!

Shaving Goat Milk Soap Packaging

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Each Goat Milk Shaving Soap arrives in a breathable cotton drawstring bag with your chosen scent stamped on the front. When your shaving bar is dry, you can store it in this bag for travel. If it is wet, we recommend putting it in a travel container or leaving it in the shaving mug.

Shaving Goat Milk Soap Ingredients

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Raw goat milk; Saponified sweet almond oil, castor oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, palm oil, shea butter; Aloe; Clay; Vitamin E; OMH fragrance oil.

A Note About Safety: This shaving 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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Smooth move choosing this, our most popular fragrance! This is an amazing shaving soap with a full, thick lather. The Oatmeal Milk & Honey (OMH) scent smells strongly of honey and is great for both men and women. If you've never shaved with a shaving soap before, here is some information Jim wrote on how to shave with goat milk shaving soap (There is even a video of Emery giving Jim a shave!)

We also offer shaving bowls and shaving brushes for use with our shaving soap.

Goat Milk Shaving Soap Benefits

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Nourishing, gentle and easy-to-use, Goat Milk Shaving Soap makes the job of shaving for men and women a pleasure. When shaving your face, the creamy lather makes accurate shaving easier, caring for your skin by leaving it super hydrated along the way. For legs and other body parts, the visibly creamy lather prevents you from missing hard-to-reach areas.

Every Goat Milk Shaving Soap contains skin-loving ingredients to keep your skin nourished and protected against hard water and the elements. Our favorites include clay to help your razor glide smoothly over your skin, and aloe to relieve any possible razor burn or irritation.

How to Use Goat Milk Shaving Soap

plus minus

Getting a great shave isn’t hard, but there are a few handy steps we’ve created to help you get the closest shave possible without irritating your skin. 

  • Thoroughly dampen the area you’re going to shave: Taking a shower or holding a moist washcloth over the area helps thoroughly wet the hair, leading to less irritation.
  • Use great tools: A high quality razor, shave brush, mug, and Goat Milk Shaving Soap are the perfect toolkit. Wet your shaving brush and stir it around the mug with the soap inside. Once you’ve created a foamy lather, you know you’re ready to start applying the soap foam! While using a shaving brush will build the most lather, many people find simple hand-lathering to be adequate for a smooth shave.
  • Technique: Follow the direction of your hair growth with each stroke of your razor. Keep strokes short while shaving your face, and always use gentle pressure. 
  • Keep difficult areas wet: Rinse your razor after every 2-3 strokes and ensure you use a good lather around difficult areas. It’s OK if you need to go over some areas again, but make sure you have plenty of lather each time to prevent skin irritation.

Finish with a cool rinse: Whether you’re shaving your legs or your face, a cool rinse helps close pores and any small nicks in the skin that have occurred during the process.

Shaving Goat Milk Soap Size

plus minus

We make shaving easy by offering one handy size of Goat Milk Shaving Soap. Each round shaving bar weighs 3 - 3.5 oz. and has a 3" diameter, which fits perfectly in most shaving bowls.

All soaps are weighed after their 6 week curing period. If they fall in the appropriate weight range, they are bagged. Please remember that as Goat Milk Soap ages and cures, it loses some water weight. So if the soap you order is much older than 6 weeks, it may weigh a little less than listed. But the longer soap cures, the harder it gets and the longer it lasts!

Shaving Goat Milk Soap Packaging

plus minus

Each Goat Milk Shaving Soap arrives in a breathable cotton drawstring bag with your chosen scent stamped on the front. When your shaving bar is dry, you can store it in this bag for travel. If it is wet, we recommend putting it in a travel container or leaving it in the shaving mug.

Shaving Goat Milk Soap Ingredients

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Raw goat milk; Saponified sweet almond oil, castor oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, palm oil, shea butter; Aloe; Clay; Vitamin E; OMH fragrance oil.

A Note About Safety: This shaving 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.