Frequently Asked Questions

Custom and personalized orders

Custom orders are accepted.  Please allow 4-6 weeks as all cold process soaps need time to cure.

Does goat soap have an expiration date?

Even though it is made with milk, it does not have an expiration date.  The older the soap, the longer it will last.  It is possible that the color and fragrance may eventually fade over time so we recommend using the soap within six (6) months.

How can I make my soap last longer?

Allow the soap to dry completely between uses. Avoid leaving it sitting in water or it may become mushy and dissolve more quickly. A soap dish is a great way to enjoy the full life of the soap.

What makes goat soap so special?

Google it! First, let me say we will not make a representation that our soap will cure any medical conditions.  We will, however, tell you that goat milk soap contains alpha hydroxy acids, vitamins, minerals, and fat molecules that are good for you!  If you have allergies or sensitive skin, please review the ingredients and consult with your physician for questions.  

Are these soaps safe for children?

Yes! I would recommend a color and or fragrance-free soap. Castile soap is great for skin and is made with 100% olive oil. The problem I don't like with castile is it doesn't lather. I prefer a bastille soap which is still wonderful for the skin but has coconut and palm oil to help with lather. Oatmeal is always a good ingredient for kids. However, with all lye based soaps, it is not tear free so be sure to avoid the eyes.

Can I use these soaps on my dog?

Yes! In fact, we use them on our dogs regularly who have been known to have skin allergies. I would stick with essential oils and avoid wintergreen, thyme, clove, cassia, camphor, and oregano. Lavender and frankincense is a great combination for dogs.