Geranium Rose Bar from Little Seed Farm. The Geranium Rose Bar is infused with uplifting and stabilizing geranium rose essential oil and finely ground rose petals to gently polish skin. Geranium Rose has notes similar to traditional rose, with complex spicy green undertones. It is not only a powerful aromatherapy oil, providing a sense of wellbeing and warmth, but also especially recommended for skin with balance issues. Overly dry or oily skin will benefit from Geranium Rose’s regulatory effects on the sebaceous glands.
- Ingredients: virgin organic olive oil, organic coconut oil, grassfed goat’s milk (from our herd), sodium hydroxide, organic geranium essential oil, organic rose petals.
- Sizing: 4.7oz | 133g ℮
- Humanely and Sustainably Managed Goat Herd
- GMO, Gluten, Paraben Free
- No Animal Testing
- Handmade in Lebanon, TN
RAW GOAT’S MILK – Milked fresh daily from our sustainably raised micro herd. Our goats spend their days in the sun and fresh air on Little Seed’s pastures. They happily chomp on native grasses, herbs, and forages and give their thanks in the superior quality of milk they provide daily. Goat’s milk is gentle, nourishing, and full of moisturizing butterfat that soothes dry or irritated skin. Because of its unique structure, in particular its short protein strands, the abundance of natural minerals and vitamins in our goat’s milk is easily absorbed into your skin, helping to moisturize, protect, and heal.
GERANIUM ROSE ESSENTIAL OIL (certified organic) – Along with it’s uplifting and balancing aromatheraputic benefits, geranium rose oil has sebum regulating and gentle astringent properties.
ROSE PETALS (wildcrafted) – Ground rose petals gently polish skin and boost the geranium rose oil’s balancing benefits
OLIVE OIL (certified organic and cold pressed) – This oil has been used in skincare and health for centuries and its rich history isn’t just a fluke. Olive Oil is full of antioxidants (such as vitamins A and E) that help neutralize free radicals that cause skin damage. The hydrophilic properties of these antioxidants help to form a protective barrier, trapping moisture on your skin and allowing for longer hydration. We use cold pressed, certified organic oils to ensure that only the good stuff comes through in our soap.
COCONUT OIL (certified organic) – Helps strengthen underlying tissues and removes excessive dead cells on the skin’s surface, keeping skin soft.
Gentle, nourishing, and free of artificial perfumes, dyes, and preservatives, our sustainably crafted Farmstead Milk Soap is perfect for everyday use and safe for those with sensitive skin – little ones included. Each bar is proudly handcrafted and cured at Little Seed Farm in small batches using only the finest and most gentle ingredients: our Raw Goat’s Milk + Certified Organic Olive and Coconut Oils
To reap the maximum moisturizing benefits from your Farmstead Milk Soap, after lathering only rinse until the suds have disappeared. This leaves a silky layer of milky goodness to protect and heal your skin.
We don’t use palm oil (a hardening oil) in our soap for ethical and environmental reasons. As a result, our bars will soften if left in a pool of water. To help keep your bar at it’s best, please keep it in a draining soap dish away from direct streams of water.
The Story of Little Seed Farm
Co-Founders Eileen & James Ray’s mission is to provide humanely and sustainably produced soap and skincare and to encourage other small businesses to embrace land stewardship and sustainable production. At Little Seed Farm, they craft organic soap and skincare designed to nourish and rejuvenate your skin while also being gentle on the environment. Their products are sustainably produced on the farm using solar energy with only the most effective, high quality natural ingredients.
Whether it’s through composting or choosing to use only recyclable packaging, they seek to minimize waste and pollution. By allowing their herd to graze on open land in the fresh air they believe their alternative farming model can provide our customers with healthier products and the knowledge that it was produced humanely and responsibly.