Cyril's Soap Shed Goat's Milk Soap - Tea Tree & Eucalyptus
Award winning handmade natural goat's milk soap made using the raw milk from the company's own small herd of happy goats, who live on a New Forest smallholding, in Hampshire.
This gorgeously creamy range of soaps are made with natural oils and butters using the ancient and traditional cold process method, using pure essential oils, herbs and root powders for fragrance, colour and texture. Each soap takes around 4 weeks to make.
- Tea Tree & Eucalyptus Goat's Milk Soap is a wonderfully ‘zingy’ soap, so please do use with caution on sensitive areas! Tea tree is the ‘wonder’ oil, highly anti-bacterial and antiseptic, with eucalyptus following closely behind. We reckon this is an ideal hand soap for the bathroom. Suitable for all skin types including those prone to eczema, psoriasis, and dry skin.
- Palm Oil Free
- No Parabens or SLS/SLES
- No artificial fragrance or colouring
- Packed full of vitamins and minerals your skin will love!
- For hundreds of years it has been believed that goats milk has exceptional moisturising and healing properties.
- Similar pH level to human skin, and is naturally high in vitamins, minerals and alpha hydroxy acids, that nourish and rejuvenate.
- Goats milk soap works particularly well for sufferers of eczema, psoriasis and dry skin problems.
- The soaps are also excellent on normal skin, and can help prevent any problems.
- Product Size: 90g
- Packaging: recyclable cardboard box
Olive Oil, Goats Milk, Coconut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil.
- About Cyril's Soap Shed
Cyril's Soap Shed
This wonderful business actually came about by accident - a few years ago Catherine bought two goats to live on her smallholding with the plan that they would provide milk for the family. The following year they kidded and started producing LOTS of milk. Despite Catherine not taking the kids away from mum, they were still providing over 8 pints a day! Catherine learnt how to make cheese, yoghurt, ice cream and butter, and still had lots of milk left.
She needed to find something else to make...which is where the idea of the soap started. Determined that she wanted to do it 'properly' and from scratch she decided that the traditional Cold Process method, although more time consuming, would produce the best soaps.
Their soaps are still handmade in her late grandfather Cyril's old shed (hence the name of the business!) and are now sold all over the UK, including in National Trust shops.
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