Taking care of your skin is very important. Our skin is the largest organ in our body and it is exposed to everything! Because it also absorbs everything, it is important to pay attention to what we put on it. Natural essential oils, fresh goat milk and no extras! Goat milk is extremely good for your skin and essential oils add an extra benefit. So many people have problems with their skin ranging from dry and itchy to more serious issues such as acne, psoriasis and eczema. A lot of these problems stem from the processed products that have many un-necessary ingredients added. There is quite a bit of information on the internet about these ingredients and problems they can cause so I will not go into that. Suffice it to say that we are very careful about what goes into our products, starting with fresh goat milk from our farm!
We take great care to be sure our goat milk moisturizing creams are a “healthy” product. We make small batches and use organic/natural ingredients whenever possible. We am forced to use a preservative in my creams and lotions in order to prevent the goat milk from going bad, and I am happy to say that we have found one that has not paraben or formaldehyde in it! Our goat milk moisturizing cream is made with aloe vera gel, fresh goat milk and vegetable glycerin, all which have wonderful healing properties. People have found that it helped heal psoriasis, eczema and other skin irritations. It has a great reputation so I am sure you will not be disappointed!
Our soap is just that – soap! Made with fresh goat milk, and wonderful oils, you will find it to be a nice change for your skin. No water, added detergents or perfumes. It is full of natural glycerin, vitamins and nutrients that your skin will love! And again, just pure essential oils for the scent and additional healing qualities.
While I do take skin care seriously, I also raise dairy goats so I have fun with life! They all have a personality, so there is never a dull moment on the farm. Therefore, each scent has a “Goat Rep”! Check our the "Meet Some Goats" section for their stories.