Goat's Milk Melt and Pour Soap base is a pure soap made from 10% refrigerated liquid vitamin D Goat's Milk. It is a creamy custard color which softens skin and has delicate creamy lather.
- Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerine, Goat’s Milk,
Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sorbitan oleate, Oat protein, Titanium Dioxide (mineral whitener used in opaque soap).
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This soap is phenomenal. It has such a creamy soft feel. It feels like a high cost PREMIUM quality soap. The Goat’s Milk soap did not seem like it was very lathery but the lathers were sufficient.
The good thing about the Goat’s Milk soap is that it is unscented so allergy suffers can use it without sneezing. I used my soap straight from the package as is, I just cut off a chunk and started using it.
I just got this in, and I LOVE it. It makes our skin feel very soft. It does not have a scent, so it is great to add in some fragrance oils if you wanted, but I like it as is. It has a creamy texture to it, and is easy to cut into bars. I highly recommend this soap. It would be really good for anyone who has dry skin, in my opinion. Try it out, I am sure you will love it like my family, and I do:) You will be coming back for more:)
I love Goat's Milk Soap. Problem? I don't have a goat and I have issues making Goat's Milk Soap using the CP method. I'm scared of it. It is a temperamental soap that is hard to get that creamy look with. So, I use the Goat's Milk M&P and I'm happy. It works and looks professional. It's luscious and not drying. I don't have to get a goat, or learn how to make a good creamy CP soap with goat's milk. I'm very happy with TKB's.