Goat Milk Soap  is soap made with goat milk is especially nourishing and healthy for all skin types. Traditional body cleansers found in stores tend to dry the skin and are filled extra chemicals, fragrances and coloring that your body doesn't need. MadeOn: now carries 3 types of soap: Calendula, Milk N Honey, and Coffee. Use the coffee soap at the kitchen sink to rid hands of odors from chopping garlic and onions. 



Ingredients: Calendula Goat Milk Soap (4.5 oz.) Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Goat Milk, Calendula flower petals, sodium hydroxide (lye)

Milk N Honey Goat Milk Soap (4.5 oz) Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Goat Milk, Honey, sodium hydroxide (lye)

Coffee Soap "Remove the Kitchen Odor from Hands!" (4.5 oz) Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Brewed Coffee, Coffee Grounds, Goat Milk, sodium hydroxide (lye)


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How well does it work? Read how coffee soap testers rate the coffee soap.

Rosemarie writes: I started making the soap the fall of 2002.  My family and I were struggling with dry, winter skin and I knew that goat milk was good for the skin.  I started researching and making soap.  The soap made such a difference that I felt it was good enough to share with family and friends.  It was around  this time we started with our bee hives also. Word spread and the orders started coming in!  I have been making the soap ever since. 

What I hear most from my customers is "I love your soap.  It is just what you said it was."  This soap is good for any skin type. 
We are rebuilding our herd of goats after a terrible fire this past March that took 15 of our beloved girls and their babies.  We still have our breeding buck, Basil, who is a great, big, lover boy.  He was the first baby born on the farm and stole our hearts the second he arrived.  My precious Lilly, who is a Nubian Boar cross, survived the fire by running through it but, sadly due to stress she aborted her baby.  We now have 2, 3 week old does and a little buck names yet and 2 yearling does which were given to us by some of the most wonderful friends God has to share.  We hope to build back up to 8 milking does. 
One very important lesson that I have learned from our goats is that they will wait till you are so tired you can't hold your head up right, you are so full of coffee you could throw up and the weather is at it's worst...then they have their babies.



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