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Lavender Goat Milk

$8.00
SKU GMLAV
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Simply healthy soap for dry and sensitive skin. Gentle nourishing with goat milk and lightly scented with lavender essential oil.

Key ingredients:
Goat milk is wonderful for nourishing and moisturising skin, especially for sensitive and dry skin.

Lavender has a great scent of floral and woody that is great for stress relief and relaxation.

We are free from:

  • SLS-free 
  • Palm-oil
  • Microbead
  • Paraben
  • Cruelty
  • Plastic
  • Premade soap powder/surfactant)
  • Alcohol

Weight: 110g
Fresh * Handmade * Natural 



Australian extra virgin olive oil,
Coconut oil

Australian fresh goats milk
Australian spring water
Lavender essential oil

 

Shower

-Wet your skin and the soap
-Rub the soap directly on the skin to create the lather
-Quick rinse the soap and put it away from water
-Rinse off the lather. 
Notes: it is also good to use exfoliating soap like our lemongrass and poppyseeds - lightly massage the body.

Hand lathering 
This method is preferred to use for sensitive skin
- Wet the body
- Rinse the soap under the water 
- Rub it in your hands to create a creamy lather
- Gently massage this lather on the skin to clean off the dirt. 
- Rinse and quick rinse the soap then put it away from the water.

Washcloth/ towel
This method is great for exfoliating dead skin.
- Wet the body
- Rub the wet soap into the wet tower until getting lather.
- Apply, massage on the skin especially the dry area. (apply some natural balm on it after a shower.
- Rinse and quick wash the soap before put it away from the water.

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