Sandhill Crane Soap
Goat milk soap makes a generous lather and heals dry, sensitive skin.
Soap Making Process: The soap is french milled and goat milk is added to break the soap down. After 30 minutes the soap is put in the oven for 15 minutes at a time and stirred. When the soap is melted and bubbles it is ready for molds. After the molds sit for 12 hours they are put in the freezer and left for 12 hours. Then the soap is turned out, and it cures for 4 to 6 weeks. This crane soap is about a 5-5.5 oz with two dancing cranes on the top. 3 inch wide, 3/4 inches in height, and is a round soap.
Soap Creator: Owner Shelly Albrecht owns her own goats and has been making goat milk soap for over 4 years. She started making goat milk soap because she has a family with sensitive skin. Her family uses her product and she stands behind it 100%. Scents may vary.
Scents may vary.