Soaps and Salves

Natural Skin Care

Goat Milk Soaps

Goat Milk Soaps

Herbal Salves

Herbal Salves

Lotion Bars

Lotion Bars

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OFFERING GOAT MILK, HONEY & PLANT DERIVED SKIN CARE
"SINCE 2000"

Our Products

Handmade & Homegrown In The Mountains Of Northern New Mexico

Our Soaps

Goat's milk has many vitamins and minerals- A,C,E, some of the B vitamins, amino and citric acids, unsaturated fatty acids zinc that nourish the skin. The natural cream moisturizes, and goats milk contains caprylic acid that makes the pH very close to the pH of human skin. It also contains lactic acid, which is the same as alpha hydroxy acid ( seen in anti-aging products ) This helps exfoliate dead skin cells.

Honey is naturally anti-bacterial, so it is great for acne treatment and prevention. Honey is full of antioxidants that slow aging of the skin. Honey is also very moisturizing and helps open pores.

Lotion Bars

Made With organic coconut oil, organic calendula blossoms infused in grapeseed oil, jojoba oil, rosehip seed oil and beeswax. Designed to melt with your body temperature and deeply nourish your skin, without any plastic packaging.

(Can only be shipped between September-April)

Shampoo Bars

Goat milk and honey shampoo bars for soft, thick, lustrous hair, loaded with nourishing oils, butters, and wildcrafted herbs native to northern New Mexico and utilized for centuries for a healthy scalp and hair; formulated in bar form to avoid plastic waste.

Herbal Salves

A mindful blending of herbs in an almond oil and beeswax base. We offer blendings in three different formulations, all in reusable/recyclable cobalt blue glass jars.

Propolis Tincture

Propolis is processed by bees from plant resins into a sticky substance to seal their hives, and has been used for centuries to strengthen the immune system against bacteria, fungi, and viruses. I harvest this from my hives and tincture it in a lovely local blueberry-lavender infused 80 proof vodka in a 1 ounce glass dropper bottle. It can cause allergic reactions in people who are allergic to bees and bee products, and may increase bleeding in people with bleeding disorders. Safety in pregnancy/breastfeeding is currently unclear, so it is always a good idea to consult your health care practitioner with any questions.

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