We received all natural Goat’s Milk Soap from Wrought Iron Soap.
Actually it’s our winning prize from Guide Dog Awareness.
This is the second time we had Wrought Iron Goat Soap and the second time we won a giveaway from Guide Dog Awareness. Golden Lucky because we just LOVE LOVE their Goat’s Milk Soap.
First, we won because we guessed the name of their new dog in training to be a guide dog for the blind. His name is Brandon.
Click here to visit Brandon’s Raiser blog and
read about Brandon’s life as a guide dog in training.
Brandon’s Raiser has been also raising Dairy Goats for 10 years.
Her brother passed on the Goat’s Milk soap making business.
She reinvented it by making cool fun shapes such as
dog bones, paw print, shell, and a dog in the tub.
Check out my photo below … to get a closer look of the shapes.
They are too cute and pretty to use.
Wrought Iron Soap is made from 100 % Whole Goats Milk (no cream removed, no powdered milk or water added); collected fresh daily from their farm’s 12 friendly milking goats (milked all by hand).
Soaps are also made in small batches and
usually left on to cure in the mold for 1-2 weeks.
Wrought Iron Soap also makes scented Goat’s Milk soap
such as Herbal Ocean Breeze and Rose.
As a dog I use a Goat’s Milk Shampoo and it’s pawsome.
The unscented soap from Wrought Iron Soap is an absolute delight to use especially when my Golden Paws needs to be washed.
I give Wrought Iron Goat’s Milk Soap 4 Golden PAWS.
I recommend Wrought Iron Soap to all humans. My mom who washes her hands very often noticed a big difference washing her hands with Wrought Iron Goat ‘s Milk Soap. It gives a real nice SOFT LATHER and doesn’t leave her skin dry unlike other goat’s milk soaps she has tried. Mom loves it! Awesome. There’s Nothing Baaah-d!
Click Here to visit Brandon’s Raiser farm website, Sonridge Farm.
Check out their Goat’s Milk Soaps. At Sonridge Farms there are lots of friendly happy milking goats delivering great fresh milk.
Lots of Golden Thanks Brandon and to your Raiser.
Lots of Golden Woofs