Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Why Use Mountain Crafted Goat's Milk Soap?

The question again is why should you use Mountain Crafted goat's milk soap over the commercial brands offered? Chemically speaking this topic can get quite in depth. I'll try to summarize the facts in a simplified manner that I can even understand! In some commercial brands of soaps harsh chemicals are used in their production. One chemical is detergent. This little jewel comes in many different names and forms and some have the ability to strip away your natural moisturizing body oils and leave your skin dehydrated. We might want to leave detergents to washing our cars. When you purchase commercial soap, does it say the word (SOAP) on its label? If it doesn't then the odds are it is not soap but is detergent. You may see them labeled as beauty bars or cleansing bars. Reason for these names is because the law says that detergents cannot be named and sold as soap. Three Cheers for the soap governing law! I would almost have to write a novel to list the chemicals in many commercial brands of soaps. some are used in industrial cleaning applications, the coloring of house paint, stripping grease, used in hydraulic fluid, animal fat, salt, many different types of sulfates, petroleum products, parabensor or what I consider the granddaddy of them all, formaldehyde which is used for the preservation of biological specimens. I believe I'll stop there, just can't stomach too much more of those ingredients. So, I will list Mountain crafted goat's milk soap ingredients which are not nauseating. I suggest you search engine these ingredients in our soap and see the benefits for yourself why you should use this soap over what is purchased across the counter. Our goat's milk soap ingredients: Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin (kosher, of vegetable origin), Goat's Milk, Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol from berries, (moisturizer), Sorbitan oleate (emulsifier), Soy bean protein (conditioner), Kaolin White Clay (Hardener), Titanium Dioxide (mineral whitener used in opaque soaps) and Fragrance. Goat’s Milk is stated to be high in protein and triglyceride content making it an excellent natural moisturizer. It contains vitamin A, B6, B12 and E as well as beta-casein which all help with to hydrate and nourish dry skin. Folks my main reason for this post of information is this. Your skin is the largest organ of your body. It has the ability to asorb through the pores whatever is applied to its surface. Please take note of the ingredients of bath and body products you use; that includes creams and lotions. Enjoy your bathing Barry... Mountain Crafted | It Just Makes Good Scents!

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