Clean and fresh line of hand-made goat milk soaps which lather well and small fantastic! Add a set of these unique products to your home.
Alpaca Soap choices:
Lavender & Sage
Clean, fresh lavender with herbaceous accords of sage, thyme and rosemary softened with light powdery undertones. This a classic clean and herbal soap.
Our Rosemary Mint soap is pure herbaceous awesomeness! This is the fragrance you want when you want something fresh and green and relaxing and not too trite. It is an earthy, grounding soap.
Oatmeal Milk & Honey
Everyone loves this soap, not only does it smell great but it is so nourishing for your skin. We added lots of creamy goat milk, honey and fine ground oats to moisturize restore your skin.
This refreshing soap smells crisp and cold, like a jade stone. Top notes of bright lemon, grapefruit and English ivy are followed by a heart of jasmine, green apple and neroli. A subtle base of musk, vanilla and fern moss soften this striking soap.
This warm and toasty soap smells delightful. Roasted warm hazelnuts meld beautifully with the sultry notes of Madagascar vanilla and supporting notes of marshmallow fluff, butterscotch taffy, caramel, and a touch of golden walnut butter and shea nut round out this soap.
This is a wonderful warm smelling soap. We use an orange essential oil and blend it with spices of cinnamon and clove.
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Designed by alpaca fiber artist Andrea FIBER ART WOVEN SCARF: THE PINK This beautiful handmade woven scarf was made using a rigid heddle loom, I used several types of fibers/yarns...
Designed by alpaca fiber artist Andrea FIBER ART WOVEN SCARF: THE GREEN This beautiful handmade woven scarf was made using a rigid heddle loom, I used three types of yarn/fiber,...
Designed by alpaca fiber artist Andrea FIBER ART WOVEN SCARF: THE ROSES This beautiful handmade woven scarf was made using a rigid heddle loom, I used two types of yarn/fiber, one...