Friday, March 2, 2012

Farm Lazy brings lovely milk soaps on the market!

Our main goal of keeping sheep and goats is milking and making cheese. But we are always looking for ways to bring more innovative products from our wonderful animals. We have been working this winter to develop a line of fresh milk soaps.

Why putting milk in a soap bar? All milk contains natural emollients, vitamins and triglycerides that moisturize the skin. Goat milk specifically contains the reputed highly effective moisturizer capric-capryllic triglyceride. Sheep’s milk soap is the most luxurious of all because sheep’s milk is higher in butterfat, milk proteins, vitamins, and minerals than either cow or goat milk. People who use milk soap claim that it is far less drying and harsh than ordinary soap.

And what is special to 'Farm Lazy' milk soaps? We milk our own sheep and goats, which means we now exactly how the animals who produce the milk for our products are treated and also that we are using the best quality fresh milk available in our products. Our animals graze on pesticide-free pastures to make milk that is full of natural freshness - we have a personal relationship with all of our does and ewes and they are treated like part of the family!

Left: Grandma's sheep milk soap
A cleaning and lightly moisturizing soap. Sheep's milk contains lactic acid a natural, gentle, exfoliant that leaves skin glowing and soft.
Ingredients: sheep milk, saponified sodium lardate, lightly scented with essential oil of jasmine and rose.

Right: Garlic and herbs sheep milk soap
Great for everyday use for soft skin. May ease discomfort of itchy skin, psoriasis, eczema or acne.
Ingredients: sheep milk, saponified sodium lardate, saponified olive oil, rosemary, thyme, oregano, basil, garlic and lightly scented with essential oil of jasmine.

Also Available: Best buttermilk soap, Great goat milk soap, Furry felted soap, Sleepy St.Johns worth soap and Natural nettle soap all containing no water but fresh farm milk only. All our handmade soaps will be for sale on our campsite.

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