Tea Tree, Lavender and Lemon Eucalyptus Goat Milk Soap - Round Soap

Tea Tree, Lavender and Lemon Eucalyptus Goat Milk Soap - Round Soap

On sale: $4.50
In Stock.
Part Number:21


These handmade soaps are made here in Vermont on my herb farm and are a joy to make. The creative colors, fragrances and alchemy used to make the most beautiful and heavenly scented soaps are a fun way to play with chemistry.

Tea tree, lavender and lemon eucalyptus has a natural citrus aroma like the citronella insect repellent candles. This handmade soap is made with all natural essential oils.

This bar of soap is also made with goat milk, a natural milk-based soap that’s great for moisturizing your skin. The natural lactic acid found in goat milk encourages cell turnover for softer skin. A great creamy bar of soap with rich healthy skin loving benefits.

Using only natural ingredients like almond oil, coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil (sustainable harvested) and herbs are some of the natural ingredients I use when making these cleansing soaps.

Handcrafted with care and using only top quality oils, essential oils or goat milk these soaps will not only wash away dirt, but nourish your face, hands and body.

The lavender buds and flowers, calendula flower petals, rose petals are some of the herbs I grow here on the herb farm. These are used only for my herbal products like these handmade soaps. The herbs are farm harvested and dried naturally here in Barre Town, Vermont. They are grown without the use of pesticides or chemicals. The naturally grown herbs provide food for honey bees too!

This listing is for one 4-5 ounce bar of soap. This is a round bar of soap. Gift box is included.

Each bar is unique with slight color variations.

Thank you for purchasing from my store.

For more information on growing herbs visit my website at http://www.herbgardenlady.com

Etsy store at http://www.etsy.com/shop/herbgardenlady


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***Disclaimer - The information presented by Herb Garden Lady is to be used for personal information only. The statements above have not been evaluated by the FDA and should not be used to diagnose, treat or prevent disease. It is always wise to consult with your own physician before using any herbal products during a pregnancy.

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