Oatmeal & Honey soap. A universal classic.
A perfect combination of fine oatmeal and honey, mildly scented with lemon and clove-bud essential oils.
Gently exfoliating oatmeal helps to remove dead skin cells while working together with anti-bacterial honey to restore and maintain your skin’s health, sheen and texture. Soothing and moisturising.
For body, face and hands.
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||70 x 65 x 26 mm
Ingredients: Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Almondate, Goat Milk, Glycerin, Sodium Cocoa Butterate, Sodium Casterate, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Honey, Sodium Lactate, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Meal, Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Flower Oil, Citral*, Eugenol*, Limonene* (*Naturally occurring in essential oils)
The Magic of Goat Milk »
Goat’s milk is the key ingredient that makes Goap especially moisturising and beneficial to the skin - click this link to see why:
Caring For Your Soap »
The Magic of Goat Milk
Goats’ milk is an amazing ingredient which when incorporated into soaps and shampoos brings wonderful benefits to your skin – naturally.
|Moisturizing||The cream in goats’ milk is easily absorbed by the skin leaving it soft and smooth. This is enhanced by super fatting our recipes and by the glycerine which is a natural by-product of the soaping process.||Protecting & Nourishing||Goats’ milk is high in antioxidants which helps protect against skin damage. It also contains numerous micronutrients including zinc, copper and tin as well as selenium which can help protect against damage caused by the sun.|
|Skin renewal||Alpha hydroxy acids present in goat’s milk work to encourage the replacement of old cells from the skin’s surface by breaking down the bonds between them resulting in more vibrant smoother skin. |
All Goap goat milk soap products are well suited to all skin types, are mild enough for sensitive skins and for the above reasons are particularly beneficial for those with conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.
Caring For Your Soap
Goap soaps are made using the Cold Process manufacturing technique, which preserves the unique properties of the goats' milk and gives the bars their creamy texture.
It is important not to allow your soap to sit in a puddle of water or be stored in very moist conditions as this may cause the soap to suffer from a soggy bottom, which none of us enjoys.
We suggest that you allow your soap to drain thoroughly between uses, ideally with some ventilation. Check out our Accessories Collection for handy soap racks.