Goat Milk Natural Soap Bar




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  • Product Description

      A real treasure of vitamins and minerals that will guide you on your journey to a younger complexion. Goat milk is rich in vitamin and the natural lactic acid helps exfoliate the dead skin cells.

      Smells Like:
      Light Milky Vanilla


      • Ingredients

          Water, Vegetable Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Goat Milk, Stearic Acid, Cocamide DEA, Sodium Hydroxide, Citric Acid, Sorbitol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Corn Germ Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Chamomile Extract, Echinacea Extract, Calendula Extract, Macademia Oil,  Gotu Kola Extract, Lemon Balm Extract, Cabbage Rose Extract, Witch Hazel Extract, Linden Extract, Jojoba Oil, Bay Laurel Oil.

          Natural Ingredients
          Occurs Naturally In Our Essential Oils
          Safe Synthetics
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      How To Use Your Sabun

      How To Lather

      Our bars are natural and we do not use harsh chemicals, therefore your Sabun is not going to lather in a conventional way.

    • First, take your bar and wet it under water for a few seconds.
    • Then, put your bar on the side (preferably on a drainable surface) and then start lathering the soap content on your hands roughly about 30 seconds to 1 minute.
    • You will achieve a luxurious and creamy lather. Apply it to the desired area of your body.
    • Finally, rinse thoroughly and enjoy!
    • How To Care

      Regular Sabun: Due to the natural consistency of our soap bars, proper storing is highly recommended to achieve optimal life for your Sabun. Use a soap holder that drains the water from your Sabun after usage.

      Loofah Sabun: The natural loofah on your Sabun is placed carefully towards the end of the freezing process. This secures the merge of the loofah with the natural soap content, creating your Sabun. The result of this process is stable and will prevent the loofah to fall off. Always place your Sabun on the loofah side down. This will maximize the water drainage and preserve your Sabun.