It’s easy to use: Wet the entire stick and rub the non-felted side directly on the stain. Then, flip the bar over and use the felted side to scrub away the stain. That’s it. Then wash or rinse as usual. For added cleaning power, wash with Daisy’s Goat Milk Laundry Soap.
Here are some of the reasons why we found Goat Milk to be the best helper in the laundry room:
1) Goat Milk soap is alkaline with a low pH close to the pH of human skin.
This allows better delivery of moisture and nutrients and prevents dryness.
2) It has natural whey protein.
Whey protein is high in amino acids which helps preserve fabrics and colors.
3) Goat Milk also contains selenium, an important skin mineral!
Selenium is known to neutralize free radicals and other skin-damaging compounds.
4) Lactic acid found in Goat Milk is a natural anti-bacterial cleanser.
Goat Milk contains important minerals and nutrients for anyone with sensitive or dry skin. Some of these micronutrients include vitamins A, B1, B6, B12, C, D, and E. Only goat’s milk has them in appropriate concentrations without the need for additives.
It is ideal for those in search for a more natural alternative or sensitive skin.