Blue Paradise Dairy
MILK COMES FIRST!!
ALL natural, locally sourced ingredients.
We put milk first, followed by Tallow, and Olive oil. To make an all-purpose, whole body gentle cleaning Goat's Milk soap.
Wonderful for Face and body alike!
Our soap is reminiscent of old homesteaders 100% lard bars. Used bacon grease was readily available, as well as animal fats, from beef and swine. Lye the ingredient used to combine milk with oils. Was found as a by-product of wood burning. Lye or Sodium Hydroxide by its chemical name is HIGHLY caustic and MUST be handled with great care, and caution.
Top picture - Lavendar Sprite
Followed by Honey and Oats
Be sure to hop over to our Bee Balm's page!
My Goat Milk Soaps are - $6 for one or 2/10$
Lemon Sunshine - with yellow clay, a light yellow color, smells of sweet lemon/strawberry
Honeysuckle Paprika - a stronger scented soap of the wildflower Honeysuckle, paprika add a very slight smoky scent and light scrubby feel.
Honey and Oats - sweet honey scent, contains our honey and ground oats. A cream-colored soap.
Lavender Sprite - Nicely marbled soap of cream, green clay, spearmint gives this the " Sprite" added. - Currently unavailable.
Farm Work - Brut aftershave (similar) a kelly green soap. More of a manly soap.
Black Raspberry - with charcoal powder a black soap. A great facial soap.
Lemongrass - a dark cream colored soap. Very lemony and fresh. I like to add coffee grounds to make this a kitchen soap.
Silver Rose - rose clay, pink soap that smells like “flowers” very perfumy. Hints of bergamot.
Apples - as close to red as I can get, with the sweet smell of apples and strawberries.
Just Plain - Natures' Beauty Bar
Winter Frost - a Slightly sweet hint of mint, eucalyptus, manly, clean and fresh!
Green Tea - I love green tea year-round! Fresh grass, citrus, the bit’s of green tea mixed in and green clay.
Orange Turmeric - Orange creamsicle in color, sweet orange essential oil combined with the texture and benefits of Turmeric.
Rosemary Woods - The perfect garden bar, heavy with cornmeal to scrub dirt away. The scent is garden herbs, cedar, patchouli and a bit of lavender.
- To place an order please send me an email through my contact page or [email protected]
Goat Milk Soap - $6 for one or 2/10$
Shipping is 1-4 bars $10.00 - 5 or more - $15.00 - Sent two day
I can send you a PayPal invoice. Paper checks are fine too!
We do our best to get items shipped out within one week!
Thank You SO much for helping us feed and care for our goats!
SOAP ON A ROPE - Available in any of our varieties, ina smaller version of our hand-cut bars, at apx. 2 oz. Milk Come First Goat Milk Soap on a Rope - By Request!
Shown in Black Raspberry charcoal
There are many benefits of goat milk soap.
Goat milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid which help remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface. This leaves new cells on the surface of your skin that are smoother and younger-looking. The alpha-hydroxy acids are so effective because they break down the bonds that hold the dead skin cells together. Removing dead skin cells will help many skin conditions by removing irritation. Water-based soaps may use harsh chemical acids to accomplish this, frequently with skin-damaging results.
Goat milk contains many vitamins but is particularly high in Vitamin A, which is necessary to repair damaged skin tissue and maintain healthy skin. There have been several medical studies showing that creams made with Vitamin A reduce lines and wrinkles, control acne and provide some psoriasis (this isn’t spelled correctly) relief.
The cream that is present in goat milk helps boost the moisturizing quality of goat milk soaps. Additionally, goat milk soap’s creamy texture helps it reach the in-between cell cracks and gaps easily, providing that luscious, soft feel. The fatty nature of goat milk soap helps your skin maintain a healthy natural oil balance, and even replenishes dry skin.
Goat milk contains important minerals for the skin such as selenium. Selenium is believed by scientists to have an important role in preventing skin cancer. Selenium can also help prevent damage to the skin from excessive time in the sun.
Goat milk is rich in fat molecules (fatty acids), proteins, and it naturally contains glycerin which boosts its moisturizing qualities. It’s a natural emollient, and it gets quickly absorbed by the skin, creating a barrier that keeps it protected and smooth.
Regular soaps, and even those on the high-end side of the spectrum, tend to remove the natural oils from your skin. They tend to leave your skin overly dry and with a feeling of “tightness”.
Goat milk soap does not contain harsh detergents or harmful chemical compounds. Because goat milk already has so many beneficial elements, it is usually handmade with the most basic ingredients.
Some goat milk soaps are so mild that they don’t even sting when they get in contact with your eyes!
Goat milk soap’s anti-inflammatory properties come from the fat molecules present in the milk. If you use it regularly, goat milk soap can offer relief for skin inflammation.
Goat milk soap is high in antioxidants such as vitamins A, C, and E. They prevent the oxidative damages caused by free radicals.
Its antioxidant and mild exfoliant properties work together to help delay the appearance of the signs of aging such as fine lines and sunspots.
These attributes derive from the proteins present in the milk, and they make it great for treating acne and blemishes. Goat milk-based skin care products can help keep acne-causing bacteria in check and kill any germs that have already caused a breakout.
Those same properties help soothe other skin infections such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, and certain types of dermatitis.
IT’S GREAT FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR A MORE NATURAL ALTERNATIVE
Goat milk soap has a lot fewer ingredients than any commercial soap you can find at the pharmacy or supermarket.
It’s ideal for people looking to use more natural products. Pure goat milk soap does not contain any detergents, alcohols, petroleum-derived products, or dyes. Some don’t even have any added fragrances and those that do, usually get it from essential oils which are also beneficial
(SOAP IS NOT LAB TESTED, FDA. I MAKE NO CLAIMS) We make no claims as to the health properties of our products. We urge our customers to do their own research into the ingredients we use. And lastly, although our products are natural, look and smell good enough to eat….please DO NOT EAT our products. NOT FOR RESALE