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Stoneyridge Farm

Your source for handmade Goat Milk Soap

Felted Goat Milk Soap


 

What is Felted Soap?

Felted Soap is a bar of real soap, with wool felted over the surface. The process of ‘felting’ makes the wool adhere and mat together so it forms a solid coat over the soap.

 

Why Use Felted Soap?

First and foremost…it’s pretty.  We all want something pretty in our lives right?  Felted Soap is also practical.  The wool gently exfoliates your skin eliminating the need for a loofah or wash cloth.  The covering around the soap helps prolong the life of the bar of soap.  So, it lasts longer!  Felted Soap is also a lot easier to hold than a slippery bar of soap.  

 

How do I use Felted Soap?

There is no need for a wash cloth or a loofah…just take your new felted soap into the tub or shower and it gently exfoliates your skin. As you use it, the wool will continue to felt (shrink) around the bar of soap until you are left with a little scrubby, perfect for use during cleaning.

 

Ingredients:  The soap used for our felted soap is a combination of all our other formulas.  We mill the soap and form it into ovals so that the wool will adhere better.  This means that the ingredients vary based on the combination used.  All soap contains Olive oil, Coconut oil, Goat Milk, and Sodium Hydroxide (lye), Wool and/or Alpaca fibers.   It may contain any/all of these other ingredients:

 

Apricot Kernel Oil                             Avocado Oil                        Castor Oil                             Jojoba oil

Hempseed Oil                                   Palm Oil                                Sunflower Oil                     Sweet Almond Oil

Vitamin E Oil                                       Wheatgerm Oil                 Cocoa Butter                      Shea Butter

Aloe Vera juice                                 Baby Oil                                Baby Powder                     Beeswax

Berry Seeds                                        Clay (various types)        Cocoa Powder                   Coffee Grounds

Cornmeal                                            Ground Oatmeal              Honey                                   Fragrance Oils

Essential Oils                                      Goat Milk Yogurt              Mica                                      Pigment