Leche de Cabra
Nice name for a bar of soap, huh? It's Spanish for goat milk, and that is what makes up a majority of moisturizing qualities in this soap. The process to turn goat milk into soap takes a little longer than my others, but it is worth it.
I also added cocoa butter, honey and ground oatmeal to make this bar of soap bath time memorable. The honey is also made from local honeybees.
For the scent of Leche de Cabra soap, I have only added cinnamon essential oil. Make any day a holiday!
The moisturizing effects of the combination of coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil and avocado oil, along with the honey and oats create a wonderfully cleansing soap. The oats add a small amount of scrubby exfoliation to the bar, as well as being very good for skin.
The only other ingredients besides the above listed are water and lye. These two things combined with the oils create soap. There is no lye present in my finished bars of soap. Just pure moisturizing soap.
Average size for this bar is 6 ounces.
This is a fairly hard bar of soap and you will get your money's worth if allowed to dry out between uses.