New!! Handmade Goat Milk Soaps







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Our Soap Line

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I wanted to take a moment to guide you over to the shopping page for our newest addition to the product line – our own, handmade and all-natural Castile goats milk soaps. Our soaps are made with organic goats milk, fresh olive and coconut oils, hand purified tallow and pure essential and fragrance oils for an experience that softens your skin and soothes with the faintest hint of scent. Our small bars which weigh at least 2 oz are $3 per bar and our larger bars weighing at least 4 oz are $5 per bar. Mix and match for a unique gift for your favorite person this Christmas or make these soaps stocking stuffer surprises for your loved ones. Below are the four kinds that are available at this time. Be watching for our newest fragrances that are curing right now, such as English Rose Garden, Winter Balsam, Evening Jasmine and, just in time for Christmas, our earthy Frankincense and Myrrh, tied with gold ribbon!


And remember, while we are working as fast as our fingers can take us, it takes 4 weeks for the soaps to cure and so it is first come, first serve until the next batch is ready.


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Patchouli-Sandalwood with Freshly Hand-Rolled Oats



Bathe in the earthy and intoxicating fragrance of Sandalwood and Patchouli. Real oatmeal flakes act as a light scrub in this cream colored soap.


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Rosemary-Peppermint with Dried Rubbed Sage



This wonderful soap has the light and fresh aroma of Rosemary and Peppermint from essential oils with real, rubbed sage, grown right here on the farm, added as a soft scrub. Rosemary is supposed to be good for the hair and skin, as well as a mild analgesic for muscular pain. While peppermint is supposed to act as an anti-inflammatory.


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Spice Cake



This rich soap smells like a warm slice of spice cake with a dripping, sugar icing. Infused with Cinnamon Leaf essential oil, this soap also includes real powdered cinnamon and cloves with actual cocoa for a soft, brown color. You will have to resist taking a bite!!


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Lavender Flower



Made fresh with whole lavender flowers grown at a lavender farm just 1 mile away, this soap has the fresh and Spring time fragrance of pure lavender essential oil. You will feel like you just stepped off of the English moor after using this soap!


All soaps are handmade right here at the Oklahoma Pastry Cloth™ digs. And for a unique wedding or wedding shower idea, contact us at creatingconceptsent@yahoo.com for custom gift soaps to match colors or a specific scent for your special event.


Coming soon:

  • Frankincense and Myrrh made with a shortening vegetable base
  • Evening Jasmine made with a shortening vegetable base
  • English Rose
  • Winter Balsam



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    New!! Handmade Goat Milk Soaps

    1. Jennifer says:

      Very cool. Or cooled :). Rosemary-Peppermint with sage sounds nice. Why the shortening base for the Frankincense and Myrrh? Jennifer in western NC

    2. Jennifer, sorry for not getting back to you immediately. Life is just crazy with getting ready for a show and being a host family to 4 teenagers on the campaign trail!! I tried the shortening base for the Frankincense and Myrrh because there are people who don’t like the idea of animal based products. Actually, the animal based is the more natural of the two because the tallow is hand rendered from pure kidney fat of a beef. Who knows where shortening comes from. :-) It is much easier to make a shortening based soap and sooooo much less time consuming, but I prefer the tallow based myself. However, I have to consider those who are more veggie oriented.

    3. Jennifer says:

      Ah – that makes sense. Rest well after your labors! Jennifer in western NC