With 25% goat milk in each bar, your body is drinking a sigh of relief (ahhh). Here’s why:
The same alpha hydroxy acids used in anti-aging creams are found naturally in goat milk. These compounds gently remove old skin cells and make room for healthier, younger skin.
Copper, Selenium and Vitamin A are all wonderful for the skin and present in goat milk.
The proteins in goat milk provide a natural boost for strong and shiny hair. A low cost beauty secret for years, milk does wonders for our lovely locks.
Naturally high lactic acid content makes goat milk soap an excellent moisturizer. Many with dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, or dermatitis have reported great results from using our goat milk soap.
REASONS TO LOVE GOAT MILK SOAP
our story: I was a nurse. john was a pastor.
I was a nurse, John was a pastor, and we knew nothing of farming. But after discovering that John was allergic to cow milk, we quickly learned of the benefits of goat milk. One goat led to two, two to five, and five to…well...more. Despite having four growing boys, we soon had more milk than we could drink, so in 1998 we opened a Grade A dairy.
With the excess goat milk, we started making soap for family and friends. In only a few years, word spread about our soaps and the demand continued to increase. In 2011, we decided to officially brand our soap and focus our efforts on soap making. Due to the excess of red clay in the south, we decided on the name of Red Clay Soap as a juxtaposition for getting dirty, yet living clean. It was so satisfying to hear people’s testimonies about the soap restoring their skin from eczema and other skin disorders. One client from California was ridden with chemical allergies, and our goat milk soap was the only product she could use.
With over 30 years of nursing experience, I’m grateful for the opportunity to promote wellness through our farm’s resources. Our goal is good health, with an emphasis on safe, natural products.
Rachel Palacino, R.N.
We believe that giving is more important than receiving, and that people should have a chance to live healthy lives—not just physically, but emotionally and spiritually. Around the farm we try to do things that make sense. It’s a good thing to take care of animals; and taking care builds strong relationships. This works for people too – we treat others the way we would like to be treated. We’ve found the best way to live is to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly. Get dirty. Live clean.