SOAP Peppermint Goat gritty hand soap
Peppermint Goat Soap—now with Walnut Shells!
Up in the northwest section of California where most farmers are growing "herbs", there are some who raise goats and make soap from the milk. Like our other soaps, it’s brown, but this is mostly a hand soap, gritty like Lava, but it uses ground walnut shells instead of igneous rock. It cuts through slick grease and sticky sap and any other foreign substance you might have on your hands almost as well as Phil hand cleaner; but it’s nice in that you don’t have to wash up after using it, because it rinses easy and is just soap and doesn’t come in a tub, either.
A huge, crudely cut 6oz bar will last most of a year. We have a bar in the bathroom here, and I/Grant use it at home, too. It’s fine for body, too—a good exfoliant, etc. U-needa bar of it around. Really useful. Goat milk, a few other plain ingredients, and peppermint oil—how bad can it be?
Contains: Farm-fresh goat milk, shea butter, olive, coconut, almond, peppermint, and castor oils, palm kernel, sodium hydroxide. Ground walnut shells added for an abrasive. All natural essential oil version of our toughest duty soap bar for farmers, gardeners, mechanics, carpenters, fishermen, hunters, and others. Tough on grease, grime, tree sap, barn muck, and plant resins.
6 ounce chunk