Heather is a tough little plant - it grows on wind-swept, rain-driven, mostly cold moorlands all over Scotland and England. But it's fragrance is sweet and delicate, and many brides carry a sprig in their bouquets for good luck.

Scottish Heather Goat Milk Soap keeps the lovely fragrance, and leaves the wind and rain back up on the Moors.

All my soaps are made with an old-fashioned lye soap recipe (just like great-grandma used to make), but I replace some of the water in the recipe with milk from goats raised on my farm in western Kentucky. Goat milk gives the soap a neutral pH level, so it won't dry out your skin.  The remaining ingredients are a yummy list of oils and butters - coconut, cocoa, shea, and so on.  Almost good enough to eat! (Please don't....really)

Scottish Heather Goat Milk Soap

  • Lye, Goat milk, Filtered water, Apricot kernel oil, Sunflower oil, Olive oil, Coconut oil, Cocoa butter, Shea butter, Palm oil, Fragrance oil