Friday, May 25, 2018

Goat's Milk #Soap Review

For washing our hands we usually use liquid soap. For washing our bodies in the shower we use bar soap. I love bar soap so much! It just that I can't see my boys coming in from outside to wash their dirty hands, and having muddy yuckiness left on the bar. I like bar soap much more because it has less chemicals in it.

What soap do you prefer: Bar or Liquid? 

I got a bar of Goat Milk Soap to review. I'm in love with how soft if makes my skin feel!

Where to Get it:


$6, which is a great cost in my mind!

What's in it to Make My Skin so Soft:

  • Saponified Organic Coconut Oil
  • Olive Oil
  • Castor Oil
  • Shea Butter
  • Goat's Milk 

What They Left Out That's Harmful to the Skin:

  • No Sulfates 
  • No Phthalates 
  • No Parabens 
  • No Synthetic Colors 
  • No Petroleum
I never have understood why we (the US) has to put so much color into this. Don't get me wrong I love color (I teach Color Theory), but it doesn't make the product better to be say bright pink.

Sulfates bother my skin, so I try and stay away from them.

What I Think:

I love how this soap makes my skin feel! Have you ever used a soap that dries your skin out? That's not this soap! It helps with things like eczema and psoriasis. Although I do think many skin problems have to be helped from inside the body as well. When my kids had eczema probiotics helped! Some people need diet changes as well.

Disclaimer: I got this product for a discounted price in exchange for an honest review. I only review things I think will benefit my readers, and family. This post has my honest opinion.


mail4rosey said...

I like bar and liquid, depending. I do worry that the poofy sponges get germy so I throw those in the washer a couple of times a week if I'm using body wash (liquid). :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

I usually use a liquid baby soap because I have sensitive skin and I don't like how the soap scum gets in the dishes. However, I am intrigued with this goat milk soap and will definitely consider buying a bar to try out.


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