Stoney Heights Farm is pleased to now offer Goat Milk Soaps!
Our soaps may be purchased for $5 per bar, or 5 bars for $20.
You may order soaps by sending me an e-mail ( email@example.com ) with your request and zip code and I will get back to you to let you know if we have what you're looking for in stock and what it will cost to ship to your location. Orders will ship within 1 business day after payment is received. Lavender Essential Oil Peppermint Essential Oil
Tea Tree Essential Oil Mixed Berries ~ A blend of
with notes of osmanthus.
Candied Walnuts ~ Sweet glazed nuts Cucumber Mint
with notes of bourbon, sweet butter,
brown sugar, maple, and vanilla
Peony ~ Romantic, powdery floral Vanilla
Cantaloupe Lemon Drop Cookie ~ Lemon, vanilla,
and sugar cookie
Plumberry ~ Plum, raspberry, pear, Santa's Pipe ~ Cherry wood, raspberry
and clove vanilla, and tobacco
Mango Papaya Tobacco ~ True tobacco plant fragrance
is described as a fresh, citrus top
with juniper berries and woodsy
notes of vetiver.
Sea Salt Lotus ~ Fresh air, ocean mist, Lemon, Orange, Clove, & Nutmeg
sea salt, and aquatic florals Essential Oils
Strawberry Shake Shea Coconut
Goat milk ~ contains naturally occurring alpha-hydroxy acids, proteins, minerals and high levels of Vitamins A, C, B1, B12, and E which help slow the effects of aging. Zinc contained in Goat’s Milk helps reconstruct collagen, encouraging moisture retention and elasticity. Goat’s Milk also helps the skin maintain a healthy pH level ~ all the things you can pay more for in a high-end cleanser made in a laboratory, but made by goats instead.
Water ~ filtered by Reverse Osmosis
Lye (Sodium Hydroxide) ~ we use food-grade sodium hydroxide. Not that you want to eat lye, but some pre-packaged foods actually contain it! This is what turns the oils into soap.
Cocoa Butter ~ Cocoa butter is a natural antioxidant that clears and smoothes the skin. It is frequently used for treating dry skin and stretch marks. Cocoa butter is a natural source of vitamin E as well as a benificial treatment for chapped hands, feet, lips, pregnant skin and other skin irritations.
Coconut Oil ~ Coconut oil, like lard, also makes a hard, long-lasting bar of soap. It adds a fluffy lather, does not clog pores, and is prized for its skin-nourishing qualities.
Castor Oil ~ Castor oil creates a great lather as well as attracting moisture to your skin.
Grape Seed Oil ~ Grapeseed oil has a fine texture, is easily absorbed by the skin, and has great emollient
properties, making it an ideal skincare and cosmetic ingredient. It has mildly astringent qualities which help to
tighten and tone the skin, which makes it useful for acne and other
skin complaints. Grape seed contains proanthocyanidins, which are
considered to be very potent antioxidants, helpful for diminishing the
sun's damaging effects and lessening free-radical damage and also is
helpful in wound healing. It is rich in
linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid quite important for the skin and
the cell membranes.Grapeseed oil is purported to have regenerative and
restructuring virtues and has great skin moisturizing properties.
Grapeseed oil contains the following
fatty acids: palmitic, palmitoleic, stearic, oleic, linoleic, alpha
linolenic, icosanoic, icosenoic and docosanoic. (Soaper's Choice)
Lard ~ Lard makes a hard, long-lasting,
white bar of soap. Lard has gone out of favor among home soap makers
because it requires an enormous amount of stirring. Palm oil provides
the same characteristics in soap with a lot less labor. I suppose we're
gluttons for punishment though, because we still want to use lard. I
frequently hear from people who tell me they've tried lots of other
soaps, but like ours the best. When comparing ingredients, the common
difference I see is that we use lard.
Shea Butter ~ Dermatologists everywhere are starting to recommend this product to their patients, and many cosmetic companies in France and the USA are putting shea butter in their products. Shea butter has a vast number of proven healing properties stemming from its physical makeup of vitamin E, vitamin A and cinnamic acid to name a few. Shea butters ingredients increase the healing of wounds and improve scars. It is commonly used in the treatment of eczema, rashes, burns, and severely dry skin. Shea butter leaves skin smooth, supple and soft. It is rapidly becoming the #1 moisturizing agent used today. (Soaper's Choice)
Essential Oils: (Benefits stated come from manufacturer's label)
Bergamot ~ Aroma: Citrus, fruity, sweet, warm, spicy
Caraway ~ Aroma: Sweet, Spicy, Peppery
Cassia (Cinnamon Leaf) ~ Aroma: warm, spicy
Clove ~ Aroma: warm, pungent. Benefits: warming, soothing, comforting
Lavender ~ Aroma: floral. Benefits: soothing, normalizing, balancing
Lemon ~ Aroma: fresh lemon peel. Benefits: refreshing, cheerful, uplifting
Orange ~ Aroma: fresh, sweet orange peel. Benefits: refreshing, uplifting, invigorating
Peppermint ~ Aroma: fresh, strong mint. Benefits: revitalizing, invigorating, cooling
Petitgrain ~ Aroma: orange blossoms with a bitter, floral, herbaceous undertone Benefits: uplifting, calming
Nutmeg ~ Aroma: spicy, nutty, soft sweet aroma. Benefits: Energizing, stimulating, warming
Tea Tree ~ Aroma: spicy, pungent. Benefits: antibacterial/fungal/viral, stimulant
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