Goat Milk Soap & Body Care

Doelings at TLC FarmsProduced in small batches for ultimate freshness and quality

At TLC Farms, we use the milk from our herd of pampered Nubian dairy goats, combined with the finest of food grade oils, including coconut, palm, soybean, olive, rice bran, avocado and sunflower, and a variety of skin nourishing butters such as cocoa, mango and shea to make soaps that are good for your skin and a pleasure to your senses. We often infuse our soapmaking oils with comfrey, calendula, plantain or lavender herbs for added skincare benefits. Vitamin E is added prior to the final mixing of the soap.

TLC Farms Goat Milk SoapWHY GOAT MILK? From ancient times until today, milk and milk products have been used for medicinal and cosmetic purposes. Goat milk protein contains essential amino acids as well as vitamins A and B and minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. With its natural emollients, goat milk soap can relieve dryness and leave your skin feeling silky soft. Goat milk soap is often recommended by dermatologists for their patients who suffer from skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne.

Our bars of soap weigh approximately 4.5 ounces each. Remember they are handcrafted, so no two are exactly alike.


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Note: Although allergic reactions to our pure and natural ingredients are unlikely, we recommend testing products on a small patch of skin 24 hours prior to full usage. If redness or irritation develops, discontinue use.


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