Product Review – Dirty Old Goat Soap Company

8/07/2018 | 0 comments

I stumbled across this company whilst visiting the Devon County Show and boy….what luck that was!
Dirty Old Goat Soaps are handmade in Devon using raw milk from Myrtle (head goat) who is hand milked every day the good ole’ fashioned way by Tracy the general dogsbody to the herd.

You may ask yourself, why buy goats milk soap?
Well, yes, you can always buy a cheap, mass produced bar of soap BUT these contain horribles, such as synthetic additives. This acts like a detergent and strips your skins protective layer and causes dryness & irritation.

Purchase a bar of Myrtle’s soap and you’ll find that it contains alpha hydroxy acids such as lactic acid (nice one Myrtle) which helps remove dead skin cells, leaving soft and smoother skin. With its soothing qualities, it’s particularly good for sensitive & dry skin conditions such as dermatitis, eczema & psoriasis…

​…and being high in vitamin A, goat soap will maintain healthy skin & even help repair damaged skin and with its high fat content, it’s easily absorbed and helps moisturise the skin.

Bit of a no brainer really…

​The best selling, original unscented Dirty Old Goat Soap is perfect for those with allergies and sensitive skin.  Other soaps within the range have added olive, grapeseed, coconut or essential oils such as Lemongrass & Ginger, Rose Geranium, Lemon Myrtle, Orange & Patchouli to name but a few and each and every bar contains properties to help with all skin types or complaints.
​Here’s the thing…I don’t just like this soap, I love it.
I love the sweet smelling & natural quality of the soap.
I love the fact that Myrtle and her buddies are PETS.
I love that Myrtle has her own Twitter page.
I love the branding.
​I love the whole Britishness of this company. 
Yep, as a consumer, I’m buying into this and I’m keeping a beady eye on dear old Myrtle, this girl is going places!

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