Goat Milk Soap - Rosemary Basil - Honey Sweetie Acres

Honey Sweetie Acres

Rosemary and Basil essential oils when combined, provide a blissful skin-loving relationship. Anti-bacterial and anti-septic properties of these oils have been credited with helping oily skin, acne and some forms of dermatitis. However, the green herbal scent is very pleasing in its own right. We sprinkel crushed rosemary on the top for a slight exfoliation effect. Basil essential oil is an excellent source of Vitamin A, magnesium, potassium, and calcium. A natural green color persists from the essential oil blend and the aroma is true to type for these organic herbs. Weight: 4.5 - 5.0 oz.
Ingredients: Organic coconut oil, organic extra virgin olive oil, raw goat milk, sustainable organic palm fruit oil, castor oil, organic shea butter, organic cocoa butter, rosemary essential oil, basil essential oil, crushed rosemary needles, raw honey and vitamin E.

Goat milk soap is high in vitamins like A, C, E and B, minerals, emollients, amino acids and enzymes that contribute to healthy skin.  Fat globules in goat milk soap are naturally homogenized and do not separate out which is crucial for a quality moisturizing soap.  It also contains natural glycerin which is removed from commercial products.  Pure goat milk soap is hypoallergenic, does not contain alcohol, animal tallow, synthetic colors or fragrances, artificial preservatives.  It contains natural alpha-hydroxy acids which help in the removal of dead skin cells.  Honey Sweetie acres is certified by Handcrafter Soap-Makers and Cosmetics Guild.  The soap is made from Nigerian dwarf dairy goats a breed renowned for high fat content 6-10% compared to 2-4% in other breeds.  Essential oils used are produced by cold process extraction by the vendors it is sourced from.  Organic coconut oil is the base Colorants are natural clay's, herbs, purified earth oxides, spices and mica's.  Preservative free and use natural antioxidants to prevent oxidation of soaps and after production the soaps are cured 4-6 weeks in a cool dehumidified environment. 

 



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