The Healing Power of Goat's Milk Soap

Switching to soap made with goat’s milk will truly benefit your skin’s overall health and it's current condition.

Goat’s milk soap has been celebrated for its moisturizing and skin-softening properties for centuries. Natural vitamins and minerals in goat’s milk are easily absorbed into the skin, along with protein, healing rough skin and making you feel soft and rejuvenated when you rinse away the creamy lather. It is wonderful for people with dry, sensitive, or acne prone skin, or conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea, or healthy skin that wants to stay that way.


Here are just a few of the amazing benefets of our Goat's Milk Soap:

  • Goat milk naturally contains lactic acid that helps remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface, leaving new cells that are smoother and younger looking.
  • The cream that is present in goat milk helps boost the moisturizing quality of the soap. This is an important quality of goat’s milk soap, particularly in the winter months, and since many people suffer with drying skin disorders. Keeping skin naturally moisturized helps keep skin healthy.
  • The Vitamins found in Goat’s Milk (B1, B6, B12, C and E, but particularly high in Vitamin A) repair damaged skin tissue, reduce lines and wrinkles, control acne and rosacea, and provide relief for those who suffer with extremely dry skin, psoriasis, and eczema.
  • Goat milk contains important minerals that help slow down aging, help the skin rebuild, add elasticity, and help retain skin moisture.

Our luxurious botanical soaps include the moisturizing benefits of goat’s milk and vegetable glycerin, along with kaolin clay that gently exfoliates and removes toxins while cleansing the skin and pores.  


Each bar weighs approximately 5.25-5.75oz and are available in an assortment of fragrances for the whole family.  Because of the artisan handmade process to make and cut these bars, you will notice a slight variation in design and weight.

HOW TO CARE FOR GOAT’S MILK SOAPS - Goat’s milk soap is a naturally softer soap due to its high moisturizing qualities. Like most soaps, but especially soaps made with goat’s milk, you should allow them to air dry. Do not let soap sit in water. Keep it in a soap dish that has grates, allowing for air circulation around the bar. This will keep your soap harder and longer lasting.

At Natural Skin Revival, your skin's health is our business.  We know skin, because we have had to deal with problem skin ourselves.