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Lemon Grass Soap

Name: Goat's Coconut Soap
This soap is made with ~Goatmilk + Beeswax~

~Goat's Milk Soap~

Handmade soap is a cleanser made with simple ingredients

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Florida Citrus Sunshine Face and Body Soap

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Hawaii Kona Coffee Soap

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Cosmetic Brazil Handmade Soaps Comments:

I ordered my soap on tuesday night, and it shipped wednesday morning! That was amazing. Also, I love the soap, it's great! Let’s Muti and Digg it!

By Gina on February 11, 2010

"shipped fast, packaged well. This soap is a wonderful natural soap. With a nice scent!"

By Charl on February 11, 2010

I like it a lot!It's so gentle. It does not dry me out like some soaps like Dial or Zest do.

"shipped fast, packaged well. This soap is a wonderful natural soap. With a nice scent!"

By Anita on April 04, 2010

Well ,Great-smelling and definitely leaves skin feeling soft and smooth .

By Sally on January 01, 2010

Oh My Goodness! This is the absolutely best soap ever. It is absolutely gentle yet it is long lasting.

By Mika on February 7, 2010

Nice, moisturizing bar of soap, very gentle, but it's best to keep it out of the dish soap and onto something that'll allow it to drain properly--

By mihai on February 11, 2010

Very good soap thank you. I would buy from you again. Great service and unique product,thanks again.

By Chanel on may 12, 2009

I like the Geranium Soap. Great work!

By Kate on march 12, 2010

Amazing ,Lavender and Grape are the best smelling .

By NB on February 14, 2009

This simply ROCKS!!!

By Justin Hartman on February 12, 2010

This is awesome, thanks for sharing!

By Misser on December 20, 2009

Simply amazing!

I’m really very very impressed.

By Jacqueline on February 22, 2010

Thanks guys,I have oily skin but my skin is sensitive so it needs a gentle something that does it jobs well enough to fight the oilyness of my skkin.. so I LOVE Natural citrus products, I had try this one soap Handmade Florida Citrus Sunshine with Mango Butter Soap 7 Oz and I was very glad I did,its moisturizing citrus soap for facial also are terrific.

By RD on February 12, 2008

Lets Digg it!

Thanks very much ,You don't need body wash or anything anymore, just get a block of this (one of these will last you months) and all the exfoliating and cleaning you need done is a piece of cake. It has crushed pieces of the flower in the soap, which has a "scrubbing" effect, and which does a good job at exfoliating the skin. It also lathers very quickly and easily. I got Lavender, and it's lovely.

By Pam on March 13, 2010

Nice big bar like it..

By afham on February 13, 2010

I have been using a kind of jasmine lilac soap for a long time. BTW, love it.

By feir on February 13, 2008

Thanks for sharing!

By Bigboss on Jan 13, 2010

Peppermint and kona coffee soap.

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By Play on February 22, 2010

i like it !!!

By Patty on February 26, 2009

Soap with Moroccan Clay are great to me and all family .

By greatest real estate on February 26, 2010

I like all goat's milk soaps.

Thank U :)

By Phoenix on March 26, 2010

Excellent Lemon Grass with Cocoa Butter and Lemon Essential Oil.

By Palin on March 28, 2009

Honey with Oatmeal and Goat's Milk winner!!!

By Jk on March 04, 2010

I belive is best soap I had.

By Sasha on March 02, 2010


By HardWork on April 5, 2008

The seaside scent in this natural beauty facial and body soap coupled with the invigorating hint of cocoa butter will make you feel like you are relaxing by the ocean

By Phoenix on April 8, 2009

Lemon Grass One of the Best soap!!

By technokia on April 10, 2009

I am so glad to find this soap online!after the first use I told my friends about it and afterwards they bought the same soap and continue to buy it today! !

By Cleo on April 12, 2009

Wow,honey soap, This bar is smooth and gentle!

By Susan on April 15, 2009

Coconut Oil is probably one of the most popular soap

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By Clare on April 24, 2008

Commercial soaps were making my skin break out in hives and make me itch like a Marine leaving a Thai brothel, since I start to use natural handcrafted soap its all cure. !

By DJ NightLife on April 26, 2009

Natural soaps improved my skin 60%

By Nini on march 8, 2010

I recommended peppermint anise soap

By DJ NightLife on April 28, 2008

I love those soaps.Thank you!

By Leny on march 1, 2010

I have decided that this is my new 'must have' soap.very happy with:P

By facebook on April 29, 2008

I like it too

By nina on May 3, 2008

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By nitin on May 27, 2009

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By Theoman Tursun on June 13, 2008

Very good soap thank you. I would buy from you again. Great service and unique product,thanks again

By momo on June 15, 2009

Dr Oz of Oprah Winfrey fame, did a series on Longevity found in goat's and after I saw I bought Goat's coconut milk and Im Very Happy with .. thanks

By udp on June 21, 2009

a very nice soap. will use on my blog. recommended!

By Summer on July 1, 2008

My daughter likes the soap and the bar is very large compared to other similar specialty soaps that we have bought in the past .

By Jeweler on July 7, 2008

5 out of 5: "My HIGHEST Congrats on a wonderful product! ... Thanks very much.


By Mary on July 7, 2008

I use Dove soap, but I prefer yours much better.

By Mikey on July 29, 2008

Great soap this one Almond Hazel Nut Croissant try that one.

By evaNz on August 1, 2008

thank you!

By idiigo.com on August 14, 2008

Thanks .Just a note to say ,I cant think of using any other soap product. For the gym I cut the bar to fit in my soap carrier. The folks I gave your soap to said they loved it. Hopefully, they will order more from you. Kezia

By kezia on August 30, 2008

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By corrine on September 18, 2008

I cant wait for get the geranium with pink rose clay

Regards from Germany

By Vera on September 23, 2008

Thanks for the wonderful Brazilian espresso coffee soap..

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By Charity on October 31, 2008


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I use natural handcrafted soap always.


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By Mara on January 6, 2010

Thanks for made the Volcanic Ash With Cocoa Butter, I use as a gifts for friends and family also mother's day. Mahatma Gandhi all praised clay for a multitude of uses. Even Cleopatra made Volcanic Ash Clay a part of her daily beauty regimen.

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Vendor shipping and service is excellent. Very quick shipping. Will purchase from again.

thanks and God bless.

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This order was a re-order, good service great product,thanks

By Facebookmania on February 15, 2009

Such a luxurious scent! This geranium soap smells awesome. It feels different from any other bar soap I've ever used.Product arrived quickly , I've found the product to be very beneficial for my dry skin. The geranium soap makes my bathroom smell great sitting in the soap dish. Smells great, and its handcrafted can't ask for more!

By JS on February 15, 2009

i love it…

By lizy on February 17, 2009

Best soap ever! I purchased it after reading the excellent customer reviews it was given.

By David Green on February 18, 2009

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By alunsina on May 11, 2009

This is cool and I hope to buy soon. Definitely wants to change for natural .

Again, thanks for your work!!

By Nicholas on May 15, 2009

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By argun on May 28, 2009

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By Dinda Watson on June 2, 2009

Oh My Goodness! This is the absolutely best soap ever. It is absolutely gentle yet it is long lasting. Subtle scent yet soothing and suds up just right. I Love it and have already ordered 3 bars. Nothing like it, and I have tried a lot of handmade soaps. This is the best! And the shipping service was great too!" .


By Khen on June 5, 2009

My kids love the french lavender with geranium soaps and morrocan clay.

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By masoglek on July 16, 2009

would recommend Goat's milk coconut to anyone,the smell great and are soft and moisturizing on your skin.

By nitendra on July 18, 2009

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A short history of soap

Soap is a wonderful thing. Most folks are so used to simply choosing a brand from the supermarket shelf; they never think about whats in it or how its made or whether its even good for them. Nevertheless, because we use it every day on our bodies, its worth knowing a little bit about how soap is made and where it comes from. When you think about it, the common act of washing our hands has revolutionized history. Our world would not exist, if mankind had not at some point begun to bathe.

When asked, most folks cannot define the word soap. It's something we take for granted. But what is it?

Soap is made from vegetable or animal fats and oils, mixed with a caustic alkali such as sodium hydroxide (lye) or potassium hydroxide (potash), which initiates a chemical reaction called saponification. The traditional method of producing potash was to steep wood ashes in water.

Soap does not occur naturally, but the process of creating it is so simple that its discovery probably occurred long before the first villages and towns came into being. There is a legend, repeated endlessly in soapmaking books and websites, which tells of a certain hill in Rome called Mount Sapo. There was supposedly a temple on the top of this hill where animals were sacrificed in the fire, and the fats and ashes ran downhill into a river. Women doing their laundry discovered that their clothes became cleaner when they washed them at the foot of Mt. Sapo. Its an attractive story, but it probably never happened. No one knows anything about a hill called Mt. Sapo, by a river or anywhere else. Something like this may have occurred at some distant place and time, but even so it certainly does not mark the first discovery of soap.

Soap was probably first discovered when fire pits, used season after season by bands of hunters, were rained on. The animal fats from many kills would have dripped down into the ashes, and the rains would have soaked the ashes to create a crude form of lye. Yes, the cave men probably knew how to make and use soap! Soap has been found in excavations at ancient Babylon, dating from 2800 BC. An ancient medical papyrus from Egypt describes the healing properties of vegetable oils mixed with alkali salts. I

nterestingly, the idea of using soap for personal hygiene and cleansing seems to have come along fairly late. It was used mainly for washing wool and cleaning laundry long before anyone thought of using it to clean themselves. Ashes and animal fat were (and still are) smeared on the body by primitive peoples to create a startling or distinctive appearance. Stripes or patches of different colors would also have been useful in the hunt, functioning exactly like a tigers stripes or the camouflage worn by hunters today. Once colored pigments were added, both war paint and cosmetics came into being. However, a simple mix of fat and ashes is not soap, but a precursor. For oils to saponify, ashes must be converted to lye. It was this process that must have been most elusive to our earliest ancestors. Even so, there is abundant evidence that the properties of caustic alkali salts were appreciated at a very early time. Strictly speaking, ashes steeped in water do not create lye, but potash. Lye is a caustic sodium salt which is made from brine. The process for creating this chemical on an industrial scale was invented in the 19th century, and had a huge impact on the soap industry. Prior to that time, most soap was made with potash or a refined form call pearlash. Potash is a caustic salt of potassium rather than sodium. It is still used today in the production of liquid soaps. The addition of table salt or sodium chloride to harden soap was known at least as early as the Roman era, and in various locations natural deposits of caustic alkali were known to exist. Nevertheless, the use of sodium salts in the form of lye to create hard soaps was a late development.

Many other ancient peoples also discovered the usefulness of soap. The ancient Romans, Celts, Hebrews, Phoenicians and Egyptians all knew how to saponify various fats and oils. There is supposedly a preserved soap factory at Pompeii, complete with finished, modern-looking bars, although more recent study of the site has thrown doubt on what this space may actually have been used for.

Following the collapse of the Roman Empire, much of Europe forgot how to make soap. Bathing remained popular, but it was often considered risqu or even a little sacrilegious. St. Jerome is supposed to have said that having been washed clean in Christ, it was not necessary to bathe again. It was a time when the Church held the great masses of people in an iron grip of ignorance and poverty. The filth and unsanitary conditions of medieval Europe contributed to plagues and all kinds of illness. Still, there were soapmaking centers in Italy and France as early as the 9th century.

Personal cleanliness did not gain mass popularity in Europe until the 17th century. Eventually, though, soapmaking industries did emerge in Italy and France. Vegetable oils and purified animal fats (lard and tallow) were blended with costly scents and colorants, as well as various kinds of botanical essences. In the 14th century the French emerged as the makers of the finest soaps, using imported oils instead of tallow. In England, where soapmaking had long been a byproduct of the chandlers trade, soapmaking had yet to come into its own. Soapmakers who tried to specialize found themselves so heavily taxed that it was difficult to stay in business.

The Muslims who occupied Spain and North Africa during the height of the Islamic empire maintained a high level of cleanliness. Their cities were clean, beautiful and well-lit, and their universities attracted scholars from around the world. In science, art, medicine, philosophy, and many of the basic aspects of civilization, the Muslims provided the foundation which eventually lifted Europe up from the Dark Ages to the Renaissance. Throughout the Muslim world, soap was made from olive, palm, laurel and other oils. In Spain, the region called Castilla is remembered for a mild soap made from pure olive oil. True castile soap, made from olive oil or olive pomace oil (the oil drained and pressed from the leftover material from the olive press), is a soft white bar that is extremely mild. It doesnt lather very well, though, and soapmakers experimented with adding other oils. Advances in shipping and exploration brought new materials to the marketplace, and soapmakers learned that coconut oil produces a luxurious lather; while palm oil stabilizes the mixture and produces a hard, long-lasting bar. Castor oil attracts moisture to the skin and adds lather as well. Many other oils are used for their healing and conditioning properties.

Soap was heavily taxed as a luxury item well into the 19th century, especially by the British. Once the taxes were lifted, soap became available to ordinary people, and sanitary conditions improved. Commercial soapmaking in America dates from 1608, when soapmakers arrived from England aboard the first ship to follow the Mayflower.