These lovely little chunks of La Petite Ferme Goat Milk Soaps reached me via my friend Jean as a gift. I love that this vendor is another Florida based gem. The owners, Patricia and Michel, create cold process soaps using the milk from their Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. Their soaps can be used as shampoo bars or shaving bars too. Patricia is not only a dairy goat farmer and soaper but she is also a licensed aesthetician and reiki practitioner.
Amber Sandalwood is scrumptious. Heady amber accord that reminds me a little of leather and musk, blended with golden honeyed woods. Makes me want to lather up and take a bath right now. A 2.5 ounce bar is $4 and a 5 ounce bar is $6.75.
CHI SensiClear Facial soap is formulated with soft exfoliants to help aid sensitive and acne prone skin types. Citrus Sinensis and Citrus Paradisi essential oils, Dead Sea clay and rosehip powder are some of the skin loving ingredients found in this bar. A 2.5 ounce bar is $4.50 and the 5 ounce bar is $8.00. This face soap lathers beautifully, bubbling and frothy. The soft grains of clay exfoliate gently if using the bar directly on the face. I like to get the lather in my hands and use that wash my face too if not in the mood to exfoliate. It cleans thoroughly and rinses clean. There is a slight tightness but I lather up with serums, ampoules and lotions anyway. This is my current face soap in my shower.
Dragon's Blood blends amber, myrrh, sandalwood and a touch of patchouli. It smells fantastic. Deep, rich and loamy with earth and resins, this scent relaxes and soothes. A 2.5 ounce bar is $4.00 and a 5 ounce bar is $6.75. This is soap is a dream to bathe with, lathering wonderfully with a little hand friction. It slides silky and mild over the skin to clean and perfume the body. Swarms of bubbles grow and fizz from this bar of delight.
La Petite also offers soap bundles and sample sets.
There are tons of scents to choose from and various formulas as well. I will definitely be back for more. Thank you Jean for sharing these soaps and this vendor with me.
Are you a fan of goat's milk soap?