With every purchase we make, we are given a choice. Not only about what we want to put on or in our body, but who and what we want to support, and what defines us as a person and as a community. In addition to creating the best natural skin care possible, we are committed to creating a better, more sustainable and beautiful world. All of our products are made with the freshest and finest ingredients and love! Thank you for supporting my small business. ~Evelyn Brugger
Our Goat Milk Soap has a creamy smooth texture that is a fabulous moisturizer and nourishing for the skin with excellent foaming and lather.Goat’s milk is naturally high in vitamins and minerals and rich in butterfats which makes it the perfect moisturizer. Vitamin E, which is the skin’s best friend, is found in abundance. If we do use dyes in some soaps, they are vegetable and plant based or mica. We use only Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils which means the scent is never overpowering, but very faint. With some Essential oils it is barely noticeable, however the benefits are there nonetheless.
Please note that our holiday soaps have various wrappings. They are wrapped with Japanese or Italian specialty papers which are sometimes hard to come by and contribute to the end price of these beautiful Peace Medallions ~ Spread some Peace around!
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Safflower Seed Oil, Glycerin(kosher, of vegetable origin) Goat Milk, Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sorbitan oleate, Oat protein, Titanium Dioxide and Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential OilsAqua, Glycerin, Goat's Milk, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Laurate
1.Goat milk soaps contains alpha hydro-acids, high proteins and vitamins that are well known for whitening, softening and rejuvenating the skin and its medicinal qualities prevent skin allergies, winter itches, eczema and psoriasis thus giving you the complete skincare you need.
2.What is the benefit of using goat milk soap? Goat milk soap is a gentle, traditional soap with many potential benefits. Its creaminess lends well to conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and dry skin, as it keeps skin nourished and hydrated thanks to its non-stripping properties.
3. In addition to lactic acid, “goat milk contains fatty acids that help repair the skin barrier, probiotics to encourage the growth of normal skin flora, and vitamin A to help gently exfoliate,” says Dr. Purvisha Patel, a board certified dermatologist. Those fatty acids also contribute to noticeably softer skin.
Benefits of using goat’s milk soap for eczema
Goat’s milk soap hasn’t been extensively tested for use as an eczema treatment. Here are the proven benefits of goat’s milk soap and how they might play into eczema treatment.
Goat’s milk soap is a natural exfoliant
Goat’s milk contains lactic acid, a naturally occurring and gentle alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA). Lactic acid is even in some commercial-grade skin peels because of how effective it is at exfoliating and encouraging cell turnover. Cleansing your skin with goat milk soap may help dissolve dead skin cells, revealing healthy, younger skin cells underneath.
Goat’s milk soap contains probiotics
Lactic acid from goat milk also contains probiotics. Oral probiotics using lactic acid bacteria have been shown to help treat eczema in infants. Since these probiotics found in the lactic acid found in goat milk was an effective topical treatment in infants, it might be worth a try.
Goat’s milk soap keeps skin moisturized
Lactic acid doesn’t just add probiotics and exfoliate your skin. Lactic acid in goat’s milk, combined with the natural fats and oils in the milk, are a natural humectant. That means that goat’s milk soap may strengthen your skin barrier and seal moisture in. Skin that’s well-hydrated may be more resistant to eczema flareups.
Everything to Know About November's Beaver Blood Moon
November's full moon will mark the last total lunar eclipse until 2025
Published on November 7, 2022
"What do full moons and ballot boxes have in common? They'll both be active on Election Day this year! If you're setting out early on Nov. 8 to cast your vote, be sure to cast your eyes to the sky as well because this month's full moon will take place just before sunrise on Tuesday morning. Known as the Beaver Moon, November's natural satellite will produce quite the celestial spectacle. Not only will it be full, but it will be considered a blood moon due to its positioning in relation to the Earth and the sun.
Earth's shadow will cover the moon due to its perfect alignment between the sun and the moon, causing it to take on a reddish hue. This formation is called a total lunar eclipse, a rare phenomenon that isn't set to take place again until 2025!
Between why it's called the Beaver Moon and when you can spot it in the sky, here's everything to know about November's full moon this year.
Why is November's full moon called the Beaver Moon?Historically, many of the nicknames we use for full Moons come "from Native American, Colonial American, or other traditional North American sources passed down through generations," according to The Old Farmer's Almanac.
November's full moon is widely known as the Beaver Moon. According to NASA, one interpretation stems from the idea that beaver traps were set up mid-autumn before the swamps froze to ensure warm furs were secured for the winter ahead.
In addition to the Beaver Moon, other names for November's full moon include the Frost or Frosty Moon and the Snow Moon due to the icy formations that often set in around this time of the season, particularly in North America.
What makes the Beaver Moon a blood moon?
The Beaver Moon will be considered a blood moon this year as a result of the total lunar eclipse that will be in effect. Since the Earth will fall in the middle of the sun and the moon, the planet's body will cast a shadow on the orb, giving it a reddish, coppery hue.
"To me, the most significant thing about a lunar eclipse is that it gives you a sense of three-dimensional geometry that you rarely get in space — one orb passing through the shadow of another," Bruce Betts, the chief scientist at the Planetary Society, told the New York Times."
When to view the Beaver Moon?The Beaver Moon reaches peak illumination on Nov. 8 at 6:02 a.m. ET, the same day as Election Day. But if you value your sleep and rather not set your alarm clock before sunrise, you can catch a glimpse of the full moon the night prior just after sunset.One of the best parts about the lunar phenomenon? You can witness its beauty with the naked eye, so no telescopes or binoculars are needed. Avoid areas with light pollution, lie down on the ground and point your eyes to the sky for the best views.
Even better? If you situate yourself near the horizon, that's when the moon will appear its biggest and brightest! From 5:16 a.m. ET on, the moon will continue to set as the eclipse goes on — so be sure to catch it earlier rather than right before the sky becomes brighter as dawn arrives.
When is the next full moon in 2022? December's full moon is called the Cold Moon. It will reach peak illumination on Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2022." ~Skyler Caruso