Canus Goat's Milk Soap - Lemon Verbena

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 Did you know that the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra took milk baths? It's believed that Cleo bathe in donkey or goat's milk (most likely both!) daily to keep her skin soft, beautiful, and hydrated.

One of my friends 2 weeks ago got me a present - Goat Milk Soap!

3 Bars in a simple clear wrap w/ a red ribbon! (⌒▽⌒ゞ

Front of the soap bar - Canus

Back of the soap (✌゚∀゚)☞

It's a pretty thick soap bar!

I've been using it everyday, and compare to the soap bar I usually use (Burt's Bees) this one lasts longer! It doesn't easily melt. For 1 whole bar, I cut it to 4 pieces to make it last longer. The smell is ridiculously good! Like lemongrass, and oranges. Whenever I rub the soap bar on my body, the smell is more obvious. It's also a hard soap, it doesn't crack or break like other soap bars out there. The great part about it - IT'S CHEAP! It only cost around USD $1-2 per bar! A real bargain! Natural products usually don't come cheap here in the US where I live.

You can order yourself this lovely soap bar online:

http://goat.enstore.com/browse/bar-soaps/1

Ingredients: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Water, Glycerin, Fresh Goat's Milk, Palm Kernel Acid, Amyris Oil, Cedarwood Oil, Clary Sage Oil, Galbanum Oil, Lemon Oil Argentina, Lemongrass Guatemala Oil, Litsea Cubeba, Orange Oil, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Sorbate

Pros: Natural ingredients, smells good, cheap, gluten free, biodegradable, phosphate free, not tested on animals

Cons: Not easy to find, only available in certain places (Better to order online!)

Price: USD $5.00 (For 3 Bars), $1.89 (For 1 Bar)

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