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Our Farmers Market Winter Schedule:
Saturdays only 10:00-3:00 (weather permitting).
New space: Same open-air building but we’ve shifted over seven spaces to #75.
To verify if we’re there, you can call Jimmy on his cell phone: 336-963-1842, or at home: 336-381-2094
We make our soaps with only whole goat milk: no water is added. Then, instead of lard, we use only natural plant oils: olive oil for mildness, coconut oil for moisturizing and luscious lather, palm oils for mildness, cleansing, soap hardness and stable lather, richly nourishing avocado oil, rice bran oil for soothing dry or mature skin, shea butter for skin softening and healing, castor oil for its healing and lathering properties, and hemp seed oil for its restorative properties. Our soaps also include colloidal oatmeal for an extra measure of soothing. Our shaving soaps also have aloe vera, and bentonite clay for improved razor glide. Try some yourself and see why our customers say they will never use grocery store soaps again!
Goat Milk Soaps
Great Lather • Long-Lasting • Non-Drying
(Click pictures to see soap lists and to order)
2914 Sandy Ridge Rd. At I-40, Colfax NC
Visit us at the
We’ve shifted over seven spaces: now in Space #75
Winter Schedule: Saturdays 10:00 - 3:00
(Weather permitting) - Closed Sat 2/13 due to weather
We now have farm-fresh eggs for sale!
Moisturizing • Soothing • Fast-Absorbing • Non-Greasy • Paraben-Free
The natural butters and oils in our lotions are selected for their skin nourishing, moisturizing, softening, soothing, protective, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory benefits.
Questions or Comments?
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Shipping Policy Change: USPS has increased Priority Mail postal rates. Regrettably, to keep our prices the same we must now charge for shipping. It is a flat $5.95 for any size retail order.
Just wanted you to know how much I have enjoyed your soaps.
Nothing else will do. And, I have just noticed that you have dog Soap. So, I will give that a try.
Next trip I will try some of Jimmy’s farm fresh eggs. He promises they will not run all over the pan.
By Ron on Feb 1, 2016