Goat Milk Tallow Soap is the perfect balance of skin nourishing ingredients. We craft this soap from our Mini Alpine Goat Milk, locally sourced beef fat rendered into tallow, olive oil, coconut oil, and lye.
Learn more about goat milk tallow soap on our YouTube channel!
This listing is for OATS AND LAVENDER soap. This soap can work well for people with skin issues, as it’s just pure and clean – no extras. This is not medicinal soap, and we are not claiming that it will cure eczema. It may HELP with eczema prone skin.
Ingredient list: goat milk from our homestead goat, home rendered tallow, lye, olive oil, coconut oil, lavender essential oil, rolled oats, homegrown and dried lavender.
This soap can be great for your face, especially at night. You can use it as a calming and exfoliating soap. Oats can up your collagen production and reduce inflammation. Not only is oatmeal moisturizing to your skin, but it’s also very cleansing. Lavender is of course just a gentle scent that calms you, but it is also one of the essential oils known for helping with many ailments. It can
We are always adding NEW SCENTS! Our soap takes 3 weeks to cure. If you happen to order and your scent is still curing, we will reach out to make you aware of the lead time. If there is an issue with the lead time, we can offer another scent.
Tallow is a super nourisher for the skin. It’s not greasy, and it won’t make you feel dry. It prevents damage to the skin, as well as provides antimicrobial benefits.
Goat milk helps repair the skin barrier and contains probiotics to aid in great skin.
This soap is a natural exfoliant and can help prevent acne.
The best part is you aren’t rubbing chemicals all over your body. This soap is made by hand with real ingredients that you can read.
Our family switched to goat’s milk after Zad’s heart attack, and it has had so many benefits.
Learn about our life since the heart attack here.
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Goat Milk Tallow Soap: What kind of goats do you have?
We milk our Mini Alpine goat who has 2 babies currently. We also have a Nigerian Dwarf goat, who will be bred next fall. We are loving having goats on our homestead. They are playful and fun.
Mandy milks their Mini Alpine every evening. Even being a mini goat, Twilight gives about a 1/2-3/4 gallon every evening.
To learn more about our goats, check out our YouTube channel!
Mandy makes every bar of soap from scratch and by hand. She milks the goat. The beef fat comes from a local butcher, and she renders that down into tallow.
Each bar is carefully calculated with the right ingredients to get just the right consistency. The tallow gives the bar the awesome uneven top look when it’s poured.
Is goats milk soap good for the skin? Our goat milk is nourishing itself, but the olive oil and coconut oil offer even more nourishment for your skin.
Of course, the lye is necessary for saponification.
Mandy has enjoyed learning about soap. We plan to offer soap only made herbs and flowers grown on the homestead. Look forward to scents like lavender, lilac, forsythia, and more. We plan to scent and color with only natural ingredients grown here.
Our tallow goat milk soap recipe is precise, so we know each bar will set up well!
A tallow soap bar will feel different than store-bought, commercial soap. This homesteaders tallow soap will help you feel nourished. You will feel GOOD when you use this tallow skincare goat milk soap.
Does goat milk soap clog pores? NO! Of course, everyone is different, but we think you’ll find this soap simply refreshing!
So when someone asks you: What is tallow soap used for? You hope you can honestly say it’s good for your WHOLE BODY! Mandy uses this on her body, face, hair, and to shave.
Goat Milk Tallow Soap: Why buy from Chapel Hill Forge?
Our Goat Milk Soap is full of ingredients that you can read! When you turn over that bar of commercially made soap from the grocery store, it’s usually full of words that no one can spell or say. Our soap is simple: olive oil, coconut oil, tallow, goat milk, lye.
Why do we use lye? Lye is essential for soap to actually become soap. Lye is also known as sodium hydroxide. It’s been used for centuries to make soap.
If you’re curious about other offerings from our homestead, check out the products in the From the Homestead category. If you’re local to Lancaster County, PA, we offer homestead fresh eggs in a rainbow of colors, as well as plant starts. Seasonally, we offer produce from our garden. We enjoy offering products that you can’t find other places, like rarer heirloom plant starts or funky gourds.
If you have questions about goat milk tallow soap, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are fully transparent about our ingredients and the process we use to make soap because we want you to feel confident in your purchase from us.
Get to know us even more on our podcast The Wayward Homesteaders where we talk about raising our families on our homesteads!