FRESH GOAT MILK, THE NATURAL CHOICE FOR NATURAL SOAP
We decided to build a better soap bar. But where to begin?
That’s easy! We got rid of the harmful fillers and synthetic junk used in most skin care products. Instead of using waxes, parabens, dyes, and alcohols we created a soap from premium plant oils - Coconut oil, Olive oil, and Palm oil to be precise- all of which are renowned for their moisturizing effects on the skin. We were off to a great start but we needed a natural soap that would really nourish the skin.
We needed something else… All Natural Goat Milk Soap? Brilliant!
Goat milk is easily absorbed by the skin and is full of the vitamins and minerals your skin simply craves. Also, Goat milk contains capric and caprilic acids that closely match the PH balance of your skin, which keeps your skin from being stripped of the oils it needs. Formulating a natural soap from goat milk was a no brainer.
The result: all natural goat milk soap made from mild ingredients that completely nourishes and deeply moisturizes your body’s largest organ.
PURE GOAT MILK + NATURAL SOAP + ESSENTIAL OILS = DAY SPA ANYTIME
In this hurried day and age we all need to take some time out and enjoy the simple things in life. Our goat milk soap is infused with soothing essential oils that will clear your head and charm your senses. So whether you’re preparing for the day’s adventures with a morning shower, relaxing in the tub after a hard day’s work, or just taking some time out to stop and smell the roses, lather up with our goat milk soap and let Bend Soap Company melt your cares away…naturally.
Most commercial soaps contain an alarming number of chemicals, heavy metals, and other toxins. Many of which wreak havoc on the skin, often exasperating underlying conditions such as dry skin and eczema, before they are quickly absorbed into the body’s blood stream, causing unknown damage to the body itself.
We discovered these facts while trying to find a way to relieve our son’s eczema. Our research led us to the conclusion that the soaps we were using might be contributing to Chance’s itchy, dry skin.