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artisan soap bar

Goats Milk, Oats and Honey


soothing | conditioning | unscented

This humble soap was the inspiration for my artisan soap bar collection. Born from a desire to find a conditioning soap bar for my toddler's eczema prone hands. A naturally conditioning bar with a low lather, made primarily from coconut and olive oil. Free of any essential oils  and with a natural oat scent. It's safe enough for use on very dry skin, helping to soothe skin troubled with eczema and psoriasis. Perfect for new moms and babies.

the hero in this potion is ethically sourced goats milk used for centuries in skincare for its nourishing properties. Goat milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid which help remove dead skin cells from your skin's surface. It also contains many vitamins, but is particularly high in Vitamin A, which is necessary to repair damaged skin tissue, and maintain healthy skin. 

collodial oatmeal provides a very gentle exfoliation effect that removes dead skin with a gentle touch.

  • use with warm water to create a gentle lather

  • Sodium olivate (olive) oil, Sodium Cocoate (coconut) oil, Sodium shea butterate (shea) butter, Aqua, Glycerin, Sodium sunflowerate (sunflower) oil, Sodium Castorate (castor) oil, Sodium cocoa butterate (cocoa) butter, Goats Milk, Kaolin, Colloidal Oatmeal, Miel, (honey).

    approximately 130g NET weight when packaged

    * due to handcutting our soap bars we cannot guarantee the exact weight.

  • 100% natural, palm oil free, using sustainably sourced and cruelty free ingredients.

    minimally packaged in an FSC approved cardstock soap band. 

    *This product is not Vegan as we use goats milk and honey in the formula. We stock a coconut milk vegan version.                                                                                                                                                                                                    We consciously source Goats milk from an small farmer in Essex and our honey comes a neighbourhood bee keeper in Epping Forest.