RETIRING! Our business will close as of December 31, 2022. We will continue to make soap and products as supplies get delivered and update our inventory weekly. Thank you for an amazing decade full of beautiful memories. Rachyl's Goat Milk Soap would not have become what it is today without your love and support! With love, Rachyl, Jaky, Lily
February 22, 2021
Have you ever looked at the back of your drug-store skin care products and read the ingredients? There are thousands of chemicals in these products, many of which are being absorbed right into your skin. Often, these chemicals can cause skin irritations and are not naturally derived.
Tea tree oil is used as an antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, and antifungal. Found natively in the tea trees of Australia, tea tree oil has been used by the original inhabitants of this continent as a cure-all medicine since ancient times. “Cure-all” is no exaggeration!
Tea tree oil soap can help clear up skin acne and blemishes without the use of harmful chemical based products. Unlike many drug-store acne soaps, tea tree oil does not dry out your skin and has no side effects such as stinging or burning.
Tea tree oil is also a great way to subside offensive body odor that is caused by bacteria on skin and clothes. Bathing regularly with tea tree oil soap can help diminish the growth of bacteria that leads to body odor. Our best-selling tea tree oil soap, our “Olde Tyme Remedy” goat milk soap, also has a fresh, clean, natural scent!
Tea tree oil is also a natural antiseptic which can help heal cuts and bruises, as well as helping to fight against other serious infections. It’s also proven to be less harsh on wounds than other chemically-based antiseptics.
Here at the Travis Family Farm, we are all about natural, wholesome, homemade products. Our skincare remedies do not stop short there either! Sign up for our newsletter to stay in-the-loop about exclusive deals and discounts, and try our Old Tyme Remedy goat milk soap to get the healthy, glowing skin you deserve!
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