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Welcome To the Soap Workshop





We are talking about " Goats Milk Soap" So let's get to know what's behind the raw goat's milk that goes into our small batch artisan soap.


We breed disease free ADGA registered LaMancha and Alpines. Our ladies have a exclusive tailored diet to meet their needs to keep up with milk production and keep a healthy amount of body condition on. We source the best Alfalfa with in a 40 miles radius.

Our second most important ingredient is our pork lard. Paradise Locker Meats is just minutes away from our farm, providing over 50 local jobs to our community and an outlet for our farmers to get their animals possessed at USDA plant. The farmers who are using paradise local meats are with in the northeast corner of our state and bordering states.



What's behind our simple wholesome ingredients?

Goat milk - High in vitamin A, C, B1, B6, B12, and E, selenium, Lactic acid, natural probiotics like Lactobacillus. Goat milk soap has been known to have the same PH as our skin.


Lard -Rich in fatty acids like omega 3 & 6, vitamin D & E, Anti-inflammatory priorities, full of Antioxidants,

Olive oil - As we all know olive oil has so many health benefits like vitamin E, bata carotene, and antioxidants. 


Coconut oil -Coconut oil has been on the market for decades as a health food, because it is! Coconut oil has Anti-inflammatory priorities and is an anti-bacterial. Known for being rich in vitamins E &C, zinc, copper, selenium, iron, magnesium and many more. 


 Un refined raw shea butter -Packed full of Antioxidants, fatty acids, triterpenes, vitamins A & E, that all aid in its powerful moisturizing benefits for the skin. shea butter is also known as an Anti-inflammatory.

Castor oil - is antiseptic and has anti-bacterial properties. high in vitamin E, omega 6 & 9, ricinolein acid,

Sodium Hydroxide - Lye has been used for hundreds of years in the soap making processes. Originally made from soaking wood ash in water, this art of soap making has been around for generations.  We may use a more modern stable lye, but its the same old school processes. When mixing lye & a liquid with fats it will go through a saponification processes. We allow our soaps to sit idle in the workshop for 6 weeks to ensure our soap is fully cured before leaving the workshop. 

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