Simple Naked Soap comes from a small town called Balclutha in South Otago New Zealand
The owners decided to make goats milk soap because they were getting very dry and sore skin. It was becoming very itchy using commercially manufactured soap and expensive body wash. After a lot of trial and error they taught themselves how to make soap the old fashion way, the cold process way. Using this method keeps all the good properties of the milk and oil together, thus making a gentle, moisturizing bar of soap for you and your family.
To prolong the lifespan of your natural soap do not allow the soap to sit in water. Your soap needs to be stored in a dish or container that allows air circulation in between use.
Keep your soaps out of direct sunlight as the natural ingredients and colours may fade.
If you can, cut the soap in half and just use half at a time. This is great if you have brought a couple of different varieties and you can enjoy a mixture of aromas during the week!
Store unused soap in a cool dry place, not the bathroom. A linen closet is great! Plus the smell will make your linen smell great!