I still love it! I have been using it for years!
Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap
Smells like: Herbaceous, Leathery
Suggested uses: Tea Tree is well-known for its cleaning qualities. It's anti-fungal, -bacterial, -viral, and -septic. Use this soap to deal with rashes and infections, and for acne-prone skin.
Aromatherapy: Purifying. Tea Tree is mostly used for cleansing, but is also sometimes used to help with shock.
Sara's Thoughts: A lot of people find this scent to be unappealing. It is pretty medicinal, but that's for good reason: It's AWESOME for your skin. If you've got acne or skin conditions this is the one to try-especially if you're buying it for a teenage boy. Some people do like the smell of tea tree, including me. It reminds us of a holistic spa!
Ingredients: Olive Oil (Olea Europaea), Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera), Water, Organic Virgin Shea Butter (Vitellaria paradoxa), Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)*, Chicory Farm Goat Milk, Tea Tree Essential Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
4.0 oz bar
I love this. I have had issues with problems with dry/scaled up skin for years due to my hormonal issues. (treated with RX steroids to no avail) I originally got this for my dog's dandruff/yeast issues. I washed my hands with it to see how it would lather and all the dry/cracked/scales stopped hurting instantly. I wash with this EVERY night and put the healing salve (tea tree) and my hands look/feel great. I even started last week washing my face with this product... my skin feels GREAT (Winter WATCH OUT - I got Chicory on my side!!)
Used this soap and loved it. It provided freshness, clarity, and enjoyment in a way I hadn't seen from my soaps in the past. Naming the variety of fragrances is hard, since they are pretty new to me, but if I can try, it's like i'm standing in a mysterious temple as its having a renewing ritual applied to it by the experts.
I have been using goat soap for a couple years now. I like Sara's the best. I like the size & scent! I had hives for over a year. After many doctors and tests, I found out I'm allergic to formaldehyde. Its in many soaps, deodorants, even baby wipes. So I love that this is all natural!