Handmade products by the Crazy Goat Lady are made with (but not limited to) all natural oils and butters, goat milk powder, beer, beef tallow, activated charcoal, clays, skin safe fragrances and micas.

Although I do have goats, when you see Goat Milk Soap or Goat Milk Lotion, my main source for the products I create is currently goat milk powder.

How long will a typical bar of soap last??? Typically 3-4 weeks and depends greatly on the user, as well as ingredients. Beef tallow creates a little harder bar of soap, which tends to also make for a longer lasting bar.

Soda Ash on your soap is a result of unsaponified lye reacting with the air, leaving a white appearance on the outskirts of the soap. This may be cosmetically unappealing to the eye but has no ill effect on the soap itself!

SOAP CARE: Be sure to store your soap out of standing water. It is best to let dry between uses and use a well draining soap holder/dish to ensure a lasting bar.

ALLERGENS: Those with skin sensitivities are encouraged to test products on a small area of your skin prior to using on your entire body. I use a variety of different ingredients in my products. It is important that you are aware of ingredients/allergens that could affect you and know that it’s possible one product is in contact with another. 

PLEASE NOTE: regulations set forth by the FDA prohibit bath and body companies from making health-related claims about their products. I do not claim to be a medical or healthcare professional. I do not claim that the use of my products will have any effect on physical health issues or mental health concerns. The information provided in my listings merely refers to the properties of specific ingredients within the products.