Our soap is made with milk from our registered Nubian goats and our Jersey cows. They are machine milked, and then the milk is strained and immediately refrigerated. The milk used for soap making is frozen to avoid scorching during the soap making process. My soap is enriched with kukui nut oil for added lather and moisturizing. Kukui nut oil has long been used for its healing effects on skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, sun burns and dry skin.
Our Nubian goats provide us with milk that is used for cheese, drinking and soap. Goat milk soap is great for your skin and can help soothe many common skin ailments. They are pasture raised and eat non-GMO grain while being milked and as a treat.
Our Jersey cows, Clover and Rose provide us with delicious milk that we can use for butter, ice cream, cooking and to drink. With the abundance of milk from our cows, I decided to make cow milk soap. Cow milk soap can be just as healthy and nourishing to the skin as goat milk soap! Our Jerseys are also pasture raised and receive non-GMO grain while being milked and as a reward.