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Rock Bottom Soap

Oatmeal Goat Milk Soap

Oatmeal Goat Milk Soap

Regular price $ 6.00
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This is our fame-maker! We've nailed the 'goodness trifecta' of handmade soap, goat milk, and oatmeal. Your skin won't know what hit it. Make this nourishing soap your go-to for rough, irritated skin, or to keep healthy skin in apex condition.

Made with homegrown goat milk, olive oil, coconut oil, caster oil, lye, oatmeal, fragrance oil, and iron oxide pigments.

What makes our soap special?

*Unique recipe perfected by a persnickety science nerd. 

*Soap made by the cold process method.

*Honest, simple, high-quality food grade ingredients

*Each batch of soap is hand-poured, hand-cut, hand boxed, and labeled.

*Our boxes are custom-made for us in Louisville, KY. 

*4.5-5 ounce bars

*Soaps are phthalate, sulfate, and paraben free.  

*Products are free of any petroleum-based products 

*The star of the show, goat milk; let me list the ways this ingredient alone makes our soap superior

  • Vitamin AGoat milk contains more vitamin A than cow’s milk. Vitamin A is akin to retinoids. 
  • B-Vitamins: Helps hydrate and smooth the skin. 
  • Vitamin C: Acts like an antioxidant and helps prevent sun damage.
  • Vitamin D: helps soothe irritated skin.
  • Vitamin E: Helps protect the skin and prevent sun damage.
  • The creamy texture of goat milk makes it through the soap-making process. Goat milk has a small molecular size that allows that.
  • Goat milk contains lactic acid, vitamins, and minerals that help exfoliate and nourish the skin. 

In summary, all the components of goat milk combine to help nourish, soothe and protect your skin from your day-to-day life. In addition, our soap will not dry you out like commercially made products. 

Ingredients

Made with homegrown goat milk, olive oil, coconut oil, caster oil, lye, oatmeal, fragrance oil, and iron oxide pigments.

How to use

Handmade soap lasts longer if it dries thoroughly between uses, so we suggest using a soap rest, soap sock, or a soap dish!

What to pair it with

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