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January 27, 2021
How do you choose your soap? Price, scent, promised benefits? While these are important factors to consider, another essential factor is ingredients. That’s right, even your soap has ingredients! And if you’re not using Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap, chances are that you’re lathering toxic and harmful chemicals into your skin! Your skin is the largest organ on your body and absorbs what’s put on it within SECONDS – so it’s really important to consider that you put ON your skin, you’re also putting IN your body.
Below we compared the ingredients in Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap (we use only SIX!) to those of the leading brands of goat milk soap and sensitive skin beauty bar.
Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap
Leading Brand of Goat Milk Soap
Leading Brand of Sensitive Skin Beauty Bar
Fresh, hand milked goat milk
Organic olive oil
Organic coconut oil
Organic soybean oil
Sodium Hydroxide (food grade)
Organic essential oil(s) or phthalate-free fragrance
Fresh goat milk
Sodium Lauroyl Isethionate
Sodium Tallowate or Sodium Palmitate
Sodium Cocoate or Sodium Palm Kernelate
As you can see, in Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap all our ingredients are easy to pronounce and commonly known. In fact, you can consume every ingredient but the phthalate-free fragrance! We don’t recommend eating our soap, but you can feel great about what you’re putting on your skin and in your body!
The other two soaps contain water as the first ingredient. While water is not a harmful chemical, it does not contain any of the healthy benefits of goat milk! In addition, nearly every ingredient is a hard to pronounce, unknown chemical! While you may not notice adverse effects after using the soap (such as an allergy, irritation or rash) the long term effects can be serious – especially for children! The next time you reach for soap, consider making the switch to Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap! Your skin will thank you!
To learn more about the natural benefits of Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap, check out our blog Natural Benefits of Goat Milk Soap.
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