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Guelph Soap Company Oatmeal Goat milk & Honey Bar Soap
90 g

Guelph Soap Company's soap bars are manufactured using only the finest of vegetable oils and quality ingredients. All of their translucent bars are made from blended oils, typically palm and palm kernel. The vegetable bars are produced from an optimum blend of coconut and palm.

They only use food, drug and cosmetic grade colouring. The aromatic soaps are scented with fragrance or essential oils and will retain their aroma. Additionally, this produces a wonderful bar of soap rich in lather and moisturizing properties.


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Beth: about a week ago

Great soap! Can use it on the whole family! Gentle smell and easy on sensitive skin!


Gisele: about a week ago

Good soap but not smooth enough ..could use more goat milk


tiffany: about a month ago

It was nice, light scented but nothing to go crazy for. Just a bar of soap.


Beth: a few months ago

Great on adults and gentle enough for the kiddies! Light smell and nice ingredients!


Beth: a few months ago

Love this soap in the shower. Smells great, even hubby loves it


Katherine: more than a year ago

Love this particular one. Goatsmilk Honey is very good for your skin!!


Desiree: more than a year ago

I loved this stuff until I found out it contains some non-natural ingredients...


Jayne: more than a year ago

Love this soap - lathers well, pleasant fragrance, non drying. This is now my soap of choice.


Trixie: more than a year ago

Good soap, lathers well. Doesn't offer much in terms of fragrance but I don't mind that. I was looking for an all natural soap and unfortunately this one has formaldehyde-releasing preservatives. Wish the company would reconsider using that.


Marlene: more than a year ago

Have not tried it yet but the product is not natural containing dyes (yellow 10), fragrance and 2 tetrasodiums (one being EDTA).

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