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Why so many out-of-stock bars?
I make small batches (12 bars) for most of my soaps. This gives me excellent quality control and more attention to detail. All this plus a 4-6 week curing time for each bar leaves me with more out of stocks than other vendors. You will notice I put new soaps up about every week. I rotate soaps depending on the season. So you know there will always be new soaps to try!
I also sell out quickly, so grab the bars you would like quickly. Remember, I pay for shipping over $35!

Can I shop for your products on Etsy?
Yes! We have a full Etsy Shop, so if you prefer to buy there, please visit us:
Or check out my bath bombs to add a little luxury to your soak or for other gift ideas:

Do you sell anything besides goat milk soap?
Yes, we do! We sell bath bombs and lip balm too. We’re also working on a few more products to add to our lineup. Please check back often or sign up for our mailing list to be among the first to know!

Do all the bars look different?
Due to the nature of handmade items, soaps may appear differently than pictured. Every bar is distinctly individual.

How or where do you get all of the colors? Are they safe?
Most of my colors are called mica, and they are perfectly safe in soap. For the detoxing benefit, I use activated charcoal for all my soaps with black coloring. Note: Activated charcoal is known to stain light-colored wash clothes. I also have uncolored, or naturally colored soap if you prefer.

How big are the bars?
Each bar is between 3.5 to 4.2 ounces.  They are handcrafted so weight and appearance may differ. All soaps are 3.5 ounces or larger.

Is it safe for someone with allergies?
As with all bath and body products, please do a patch test to check for any allergies. We do offer soaps without color and/or scent for those that require fewer allergens.

What ingredients do you use?
My Handmade Soaps Are:
❤️Detergent Free
♥ Sulfate Free
❤️ Phthalate Free
♥ Preservative Free
❤️Paraben Free
♥ Ethically Sourced
❤️Never Tested On Animals
♥ All bars contain: Goat Milk, Aloe Vera, Kaolin Clay, and Silk Fibers