Perfumes, colors, and weight-making fillers have not been added to ensure that it can be used by people with even the most sensitive skin. 

Oatmeal Soap

Oatmeal is the speckled bar. It is a complexion soap which is used for beautiful skin. Oatmeal acts as an exfoliate to clean deep. 


Goat Milk Soap

Goat Milk is the caramel colored bar. It's the complexion bar with a smooth and satin like feel. Goat milk has been synonymous with beauty all over the world. The liquid in my soap is 100% goat milk from our farm. 


Basic White Soap

Basic White soap is the white bar. You can use it for your face, hands, and bath. It makes a good shaving soap, like in the movies. Use it as a spot remover by just wetting the garment and rubbing the bar on the soiled area. Grate some and mix with water to make a concentrated laundry gel that can be scrubbed into stubborn stains. Grating the bar fine automatically makes it ready to be used in the washer (cold water washes need to have the gel to work well). 


If you ever get into poison ivy or poison oak, this is the one to wash with to take the burning, itchy boils away. It also works well for leather and saddle soap. 


Pine Tar Soap

Pine Tar is the dark, outdoorsy bar (the scent doesn't stay with you). It was originally used for people with dandruff and problem scalps, but in more recent times they have discovered that it is great for problem skin such as psoriasis or an ongoing itchy rash. People who put up with scars that never cease to annoy them say that it does wonders to take that "rip it apart" feeling away. 


The first four types of my soap are great head to toe. Conditioner would be needed for longer hair. 

Pumice Soap

Pumice is the dusty gray bar. Great for working hands when you've come out of the garden or garage. Use it when crafting for removing glue from your hands. 


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We live in the cold northern part of MN on an 80 acre farm and make homemade soap with no added colors, scents, or perfumes.

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