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I love soap. Honestly. Soap can heal, both physically and psychologically. 

I also love the science of soap and the properties that heal what ails us as human beings.

I have had cystic acne, anxiety, stress, high blood pressure, you name it. I've found that fragrances can soothe many of our ailments.

I also love my goats. They are so sweet and loving. Each day, I feed them and receive their good vibes. They know they are loved.! How can they not produce healthy milk?

Goat milk soap takes more time and effort because lye can burn goat milk so the two must be slowly combined. Goat milk has high levels of lactic acid and a PH level that is great for our skin.  I want to share my love of goat milk soap with my customers.  My soap supply is always changing though I am trying to establish several constants that you will be able to find each time you visit my site.

Keep checking back for new fragrances, and always remember that if you have questions about any soap, don't hesitate to get in touch with me.


Thank you for stopping by!



Our handmade soap doesn't contain any synthetic preservatives or artificial hardeners. With just a little care and a lot of common sense, you can prolong the life of your new soaps.

  • Don't let your soap drown in water. Built-in soap dishes are notorious for that. The drier it gets between uses, the longer it will last.

  • Store your soap on a well-drained soap dish at all times.

  • Use a cotton washcloth or soap saver bag to extend its life rather than rubbing the bar all over yourself.

  • Use your fresh new soap within 6 months of purchase. It's natural soap. It won't last forever!

  • Store unused soap in a dark, dry, room temp place. Excessive heat, light, and moisture are natural soap's worst enemies.

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