Do you know what's in your Soap?

Posted on June 04, 2015 by jamie cunningham | 0 comments

Have you ever taken the time to look at the ingredients list on your store bought soap? Can you pronounce any of the ingredients?  Most popular soaps contain ingredients that are bad for the environment and your skin! Soap should really only contain natural, simple ingredients like oil, a liquid, and lye. 

 

A popular soap label (left) and our label (right)

Whitetail Lane Farm Goat Milk soaps only contain the best oils, fresh goats milk and sodium hydroxide (lye). Mixing these together creates a chemical reactions that saponifies the oils and goats milk creating soap. 

We carefully choose all the oils in our soaps for their unique properties they bring to each bar. 

Olive Oil - attracts external moisture to your skin, helping to keep skin soft and supple.

Coconut Oil -  is moisturizing, conditioning and protects the skin. It helps to create a nice hard bar of soap that lathers well.

Palm Oil - makes a hard bar that cleans well and is also mild. *Our Palm Oil is sourced from a member of the Round table on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSOP) which supports the growth and use of sustainable Palm Oil

Shea Butter  - beneficial for treating dry skin, blemishes, skin discoloration, scars and wrinkles. Rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids, Shea Butter forms a breathable barrier on your skin that helps to protect it from harsh elements like the sun and wind

Avocado Oil - contains vitamins A, D and E, which makes it healing as well as Moisturizing

Castor Oil - Creates a nice stable, fluffy lather. Castor Oil is a fantastic humectant, attracting and holding moisture to the skin. 

 

 

 

 


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