Our idea of making soaps and lotions came about from a
need for a good soap that wouldn’t dry the skin, and
a lotion that would actually work! We wanted to use
the incredible properties of goat’s milk. After much
trial and error, we came up with products that we believe
are far more superior and better for your skin that anything
you could buy made with water.
Goats milk protein contains essential amino acids as well
as vitamins A and B and minerals such as potassium, magnesium
and phosphorus. Goat’s milk also delivers calcium, making
your skin smoother and healthier. Goat milk specifically contains
the reputed highly effective moisturizer capric-capryllic
triglyceride. The milk also contains caprylic acid, reducing
the alkalinity of your skin, giving it a ph much closer to
it’s own natural ph.
People who prefer goat milk soap claim that it is far less
drying and harsh than ordinary water based soap. For those
who have sensitive skin or eczema, goat milk soap is a godsend.
Goat’s Milk has alpha-hydroxy acids which break down
the glue holding dead skin cells together. Alpha-hydroxy acid
is well known for softening skin and leaving it rejuvenated
for a younger appearance.
Goat’s Milk Soap has a PH level similar to our skin,
which helps protect the skin from invading bacteria and chemicals
we come in contact with every day.
People who suffer from skin allergies, winter itches, eczema,
and dry skin are frequent users of goat’s milk soap.
While we can’t tell you it will heal these conditions,
we can tell you it will not further excerbate them.
Dn'D Farms makes its products
safe for the whole family. We are committed to using only
the finest quality ingredients possible. Our unique soap is
developed, handcrafted and cut by us, using only 100% farm
fresh goats milk. Great care is taken when we make our products.
We pride ourselves in the fact
that our goats milk products are made without using a drop
of water. Water will do nothing but dry your skin out. Next
time you purchase a so called goats milk soap or lotion, look
at the ingredients list. FDA states that ingredients have
to be listed in order of largest quantity. Most chances is
that the first ingredient is water. Ours is goats milk!