Goat milk for pure skin
This natural soap doesn’t only carry the name of this lively goat but also has the same coloring.
Some goats have more white on them – others more black. Just like this soap which is made with the enormously rich milch from this old type of mountain goat “CapraGrigia
2% of the sales price go to the Swiss Foundation “ProSpecieRara
” which tries to counter the rapid ongoing loss of biodiversity.
They offer incredibly interesting courses and organize very nice markets in special places.
“CapraGrigia” gently cleans your skin due to the used milk coming from a large CapraGrigia herd in the Ticino. Due to the contained charcoal it also has most special cleansing properties.
Floral with a slight woody tinge
Intensity of smell
Unproblematic to slightly dry
Comforting & animating
Unbleached & compostable paper
Minimum 95 g
9 to 10 (alkaline)
If you would like to give this soap as a gift, I could enclose the small card I make for every soap. This card informs about the skin type, the scent and the aromatherapeutic effect of the specific soap of mine.
I don’t automatically add these cards to a shipment. So if you would like one, simply write so under “remarks” and I’ll stick it into the package.
Either you simply use the piece of soap without any auxiliary implement. Or then you use the practical “DuschSäckli”.
Another option would be the ingenious magnetic soap holder: makes things a lot easier in terms of handling.
According to LOTS of feedback I have heard throughout the years the imporant points seem to be:
– if possible: don’t take a shower on a daily basis
– use soap (or any cleaning agent) only in the “neuralgic” spots – not on all of the body
– rinse well – everywhere
– try not to rub yourself too rigorously with your towel; better would be to pat the moisture away; leaving some water on the skin would be optimal
Due to the essential oils it’s not recommended for kids unter 3 years of age
Hard / soft
Industrial soap or natural soap which is made with palm- or coconut oil tends to be very hard.
Old olive-oil soap also tends to be hard.
Relatively fresh natural soap – made without palm- or coconut oil – can be a wee softer than the kinds mentioned above.
In order to achieve favorable characteristics for our skin, I absolutely want special oils in my recipes 🙂
And some of these tend to make my soaps a bit less hard.
This is the reason why I classify my DuschMödeli into different “degrees of hardness”.
On a scale between 1 (very hard) and 5 (very soft) this Mödeli would figure at “2“.
Keep it dry. Don’t let it sit in water. Then it last the longest.
Helpful could be the soap pouch or the magnet soap holder.
Olive oil (bio), water, sodium hydroxide, shea butter (bio), almond oil (bio) sugar (bio), castor oil (bio), capragrigia milk (bio); 100% natural, essential oils: geranium (bio), lavandin (bio), palmarosa (bio), litsea (bio), cedar wood (bio); charcoal powder; allergen substances from the essential oils: citral, linalool, geraniol, cintronnellol, farnesol, coumarin.
OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) FRUIT OIL, WATER, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII BUTTER, PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS (ALMOND) OIL, SUCROSE, RICINUS COMMUNIS SEED (CASTOR) OIL, CAPRAE (GOAT) LAC, PARFUM*, CHARCOAL POWDER, CITRAL, LINALOOL, GÉRANIOL, CITRONNELOL, FARNESOL, COUMARIN.
* all natural essential oils