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Good Horse Scents!
It takes "Good Sense to use Good Horse Scents!"
Skip Gilkeson (4/17/1932-11/28/2020)
Made in Milton, WV at Golden-Aire Farm.
Made in small batches.
Made using the Folk-Art Traditions and modern science.
Hello - My name is Connie and have been making soap, natural, nourishing bath and body products since 2011. I have formulated the best handmade soap recipes formulations - as I pair quality ingredients with locally sourced additives and creativity. It is a combination of chemistry and art. I didn't make to sell, I made because I needed to for me.
What sets Good Horse Scents soaps/products aside from other handcrafted soap? I have worked diligently to create formulas that not only clean and nourish, but also help to guard your skin against the daily exposure to the elements.
Formulations include several different combinations of oils, fats and butters to have something for everyone.
Our primary Oils and Butters are: Olive, Apricot Kernel, Rice Bran, Castor, Avocado, Sunflower, Grapeseed Oil, Coconut, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter and Mango Butter
We also use Hemp, Brazil nut, Pracaxi Oil, Babassu Oil, Passionflower Oil, Kukui Nut, and more
We are very conscious of individual skin intolerances- allergies.
We have animal fat (sourced locally) and Vegan Bars as well.
No Sweet Almond Oil and No Soy
If you need a bar without a particular ingredient - I can do that!
We also use the beautiful colors and textures from herbs and botanicals.
No fragrance oils will be found here- only plant based essential oils if we think they are important and smell amazing.
It is important to us that you see the purpose of the soap “don’t be gross wash with soap!”
We also want you to see the artisan designed soap- the creativity- the combination of the plants to create a swirl, a scene, etc.
We definitely want you to be nourished by the soap- not feel like your skin has been stripped of the needed oils, vitamins and minerals.
Oh and all SOAP is made with LYE! If you don't see that on a label - it probably is a detergent!