Oats, Goats, and Bees - Soap 5 Pack
Cleopatra bathed in milk in an enormous marble bath tub. One which still can be viewed in the Vatican to this day(depending on your tour guide). You can bathe like an empress (or emperor) with this goats milk bar. The bar's lather appears milky, betraying the key ingredient of this soap.
"Oats, Goats, and Bees" provide some of the key ingredients in this decadent and luxurious soap. The goat's milk and temperature reduction process, which allows more numerous moisturizing elements to survive the saponification process, creates a soap that generates a milky lather that nurtures skin. The presence of beeswax is present in the bar. Beeswax is a saponifiable ingredient which adds many properties to the bar of soap. Honey adds to the lather. The occasional oat provides an gentle scrubbing agent to this rich bar of soap.
In this purchase you get 5 count 4oz-6oz soap bars. In addition you will receive a free gift!.
Lard - Makes a nice lathery and luxurious bar of soap. This ingredient adds a decadence and velvety smoothness to soap that is impossible to replicate. In addition this ingredient adds to the hardness of the bar contributing to a longer lasting bar as compared to an all vegetable oil bar.
Goat milk- contains alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid which help remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface leaving newer cells behind. Goats milk contains many vitamins, but is particularly high in Vitamin A, which is necessary to repair damaged skin tissue, and maintain healthy skin. Fat molecules are an important part of making good soap. The cream that is present in goat milk helps boost the qualities of the soap. Since many people suffer from dry skin, particularly in the winter months, this is an important quality for soap. Goat milk contains important minerals for the skin such as selenium.
Soy Oil- Derived from the soy bean and is generally a product of the USA. Soy ol is high in linoliec acid which adds a silky feeling to soap. Soy oil is also high in Oleic acid which leads to a mild bar of soap which is gentle on the skin.
Canola Oil-Helps stabilize lather and allows for a mild soap that will not irritate the skin. Canola oil is a way to obtain palmitic acid without using palm oil. Palmitic acid helps make a more durable and lasting bar. Canola oil is generally a product grown in the US or in Canada.
Corn Oil-Helps to soften soap and stabilize the lather. This ingredient adds a fullness to the lather. Corn oil is generally a product of the Untied States.
Sunflower Oil - Conditioning and silky feeling. Sunflower oil contains Vitamin E which helps preserve the bar of soap naturally. Each oil adds its own special properties to soap and sunflower oil is no different.
Safflower Oil- Safflower oil is an unsaturated oil, valuable for its moisturizing properties. It helps build lather and keeps it around. Safflower imparts a unique signature on every soap it is in.
Beeswax - Natural, unrefined beeswax has the smell of honey which persists through saponification better than if honey itself is used. Beeswax contains a high percentage of unsaponifiables. Beeswax has emollient, soothing and softening properties and helps the skin retain moisture.
Honey- is a natural antibacterial. Full with antioxidants. It is extremely moisturizing and soothing. Honey has a lot of sugar and help builds lather.
Lye-Sodium Hydroxide is necessary for the saponification and the creation of the soap molecule through a unique chemical process. The soap molecule makes dirt particles soluble. Soap has a hydro-static and hydrophobic side. The hydrophobic side buries itself into the particle. The hydro-static side is attracted to water. As a result the soap molecule buries itself in the particle and causes it to be rinsed off with water.
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