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Sampler Pack

Sampler Pack

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Our Sampler Pack offers a variety of premium, handmade goat milk soaps. In an effort to use every last bit of beautiful soap, we save the end pieces of our soap loaves as they are cut into bars. Perfect in every way, just a little scruffy looking on the outside. Each sampler pack contains at least 5 oz of soap - A mix of fan favorites, discontinued scents, and even some scent previews. Perfect for those that can't decide which scent they'd like to try!

All of our soaps are small-batch handcrafted in our dedicated Northeast Wisconsin soaping studio. Our signature soap base uses local Wisconsin goat milk that contains natural lipids, proteins, and vitamins leaving your skin feeling soft and hydrated after washing. Each batch is uniquely created and cut by hand so colors, designs, and final weights may vary slightly from the photos and between batches.

SCENT: Scents will vary with each sampler pack; a mix of essential oils and/or phthalate-free fragrance oils.

USE: Wet your bar of soap. Lather as desired. Wash and scrub to your heart's content. Then rinse. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Safe for face and body; but be sure to avoid eyes and open skin. Discontinue using your soap if irritation occurs.
Extend the life of your handmade bar by lathering away from direct water and allowing the soap to air dry between use. Be sure to place it on a well-draining soap dish or in a soap saving bag to avoid mushy soap!

INGREDIENTS: Palm oil*, coconut oil, olive oil, goat milk, sodium hydroxide**, water, castor oil, cocoa butter. May contain essential oils, fragrance oils, micas, clays, botanicals, herbs, and more. Every bundle will include the specific ingredient lists for each included soap. 

*We intentionally use only certified sustainably sourced palm oil. 
**Sodium hydroxide, also known as lye, is a necessary ingredient in true soapmaking.  Saponification occurs when the fats and oils in our recipe react with the sodium hydroxide to create a fatty acid salt, otherwise known as SOAP! The original form of sodium hydroxide is not present in your final bar of soap. (Chemistry is so much cooler now than it was in high school!)

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