Friday, February 24, 2017

Turn Bath Time into Spa Time with Caprine Artisan Soaps

   I recently discovered a homemade soap company and quickly fell in love with them. What started out as a hobby of making soaps using all natural and organic ingredients quickly turned into a Caprine Artisan Soaps, LLC.
   Each bar of soap is made individually using fresh natural organic goat milk, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, and essential oils. Then, they select oils that are pleasing such as lavender, tea tree, etc. Goat milk soap is great for people with sensitive skin. They don’t just make soap for people, they also make a soap especially for dogs.
Schatzie's Suds is goat milk soap for dogs!
Barking from the Bayou, LLC received Caprine Artisan Soaps in exchange for an honest review. We only share products that we use and feel will benefit our readers. Caprine Artisan Soaps, LLC is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   We received their pawsome dog soap, Schatzie’s Suds. It’s a thick soap bar that makes wonderful suds. I bathed Bentley with it and his fur feels incredibly soft. It made him smell great and it washed out easily. I prefer the bar but you can also buy their soaps in a concentrated liquid. It is recommended that you allow the soap to air dry and then wrap it in paper instead of putting it in plastic. That is because natural and organic soaps need to breathe.
Caprine Artisan Goat Milk Soaps are fabulous
   Since Caprine Artisan Soaps makes buying soap a family affair, we are enjoying their Love My Face, Hudson Valley Mist, and Bridgette Fresh Goat Milk Soap. I really wish my blog had a scratch and sniff feature so you could tell how AMAZING these soaps smell. Your skin feels wonderful after bathing or washing your face with them.
Benefits of Goat Milk Soaps
• They are made from natural ingredients and contain Vitamins A, D, B6, and B12 among many other healthy vitamins.
It is particularly high in Vitamin A which is very effective in helping treat and preventing skin disorders, premature aging and helps to stimulate the production of sebum that keeps your skin moisturized.
• It is recommended for anyone with skin problems like rashes, acne, eczema, psoriasis because it doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals or additives.
• Goat milk is wonderful for dry skin due to its high moisturizing capabilities. It contains glycerin which is a known benefit in softening dry skin.
• These soaps have alpha hydroxyl acid that is found in many skin rejuvenation products. This helps break down the substance that holds dead skin cells together.
• Goat milk contains selenium which has been known to help prevent skin cancer. It also has proteins that help keep your skin free of bacteria which causes acne.
Bathing Bentley Basset Hound with Schatzie's Suds

   Are you looking for a wonderful healthy soap for you or your pup? Do you enjoy pampering yourself with a luxurious smelling soap? You should definitely check out Caprine Artisan Soaps. You’ll find the perfect soap for your skin type and you’ll love the way it makes you feel. The bonus is that you can treat your dog to the same benefits of goat milk soap too! 
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19 comments :

  1. Homemade soaps usually smell really good!! We have tried a couple different kinds. We had a small shop here in our town that recently moved away...and we loved their soaps! A friend of mine also used to make her own. Glad you mentioned that it washes out easily as we were wondering if the liquid might be easier on "furs". Happy Friday to you guys!

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  2. that sounds like a very great product... I have a faible for such special soaps, I collect them in my wardrobe ;o)

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  3. My momma luvs dat kinda fancy soap!

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  4. That does look pretty soap, just the sorta thingy my Mum luffs
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxxx

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  5. Oh my Bentley! You don't look very happy about the bath thing! I had to go to the spa myself yesterday, dreadful, but I have to admit, I do feel better being beautified.

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  6. ohhh goat milk, so soothing, I used it once and it was for me.

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  7. If you must get water boarded that's the way to go
    Lily & Edward

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  8. Claire loves homemade soaps, those sound great ! Purrs

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  9. We know a pawprint on a soap has got to be good!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  10. That sounds like greta soap. Thank cod they don't have soap for cats. ;)

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  11. mom is really wanting to give us a bath, this sounds like it would be nice to use
    hugs
    Mr Bailey Hazel & Mabel

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  12. This soap sounds like a winner to us!

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  13. It's fun to think we can use the same products as our dogs! I love the sounds of this...you had me at "all natural and organic". :)
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  14. Thank looks such a fab product! XOX

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  15. a soap just for dogs? How cool is that!??!?

    (we're so sorry we've been gone so long - our mom just got back from 3 weeks at the human vet but she's back - FINALLY. We think we might forgive her in elebenty zillion weeks or so, give or take)

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  16. I always like using organic products for my dogs when I can find them. These look lovely!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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