Coming Clean

Joey’s Coffee Bar -- This little rooster is proof that good things come in small packages.  When he is pecking around the property and finds a tasty morsel, does he gobble it down?  No!  He calls to the hens and shows them where to find the goods.  This is a picture of him at a 4th of July parade.  We named this bar after him because it’s dark, handsome, and tries to wake you up in the morning.  Made with saponified vegetable oils, organic, fair-trade coffee, and our goats’ milk. 

Madison Bar -- Madison was the first goat to give birth at our farm.  We anxiously awaited the birth that frigid February by sleeping out in the workshop in a hammock with the wood stove burning.  This mama goat is sweet and loving and wants nothing more than to be rubbed, and you’ll love rubbing her soap all over.  This unscented bar is made with organic clove, oatmeal, and pumpkin from our garden added to the bottom layer of saponified oils.  Oh, and it’s loaded with goat milk of course! 

Spot Bar --  This fuzzy cutie was from the first batch of eggs we ever put in the incubator.  I still think that incubating eggs is a miraculous process!  When she was tiny, I wore her in my sports bra to keep her warm so she’s been to the grocery store.  She got her name from the one black spot right over her eye.   I picked organic rosemary and mint right from our garden and infused the oils and goat milk with it before the saponification process.  I then added a spot of rosemary  to the top of this little bar in honor of Spot.

Pippi’s Peppermint Bar --  Pippi is our first Nigerian Dwarf goat.  We are excited to welcome her cute, dwarf babies to our farm this winter! We named this bar after her because the name is too adorable (with her full name it would actually be Poppy Patch Pippin’s Peppermint Bar). This bar is made with loads of essential oils to wake you up -- peppermint on top and cinnamon leaf with ground clove and cinnamon on the bottom.  The whole thing is topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon.  It is the perfect holiday bar!    

All of our soaps are made with milk squeezed right here on our farm -- probably by my son’s own hands. The animals are given lots of land to explore with a variety of organic meadow plants, shrubs, trees and garden leftovers to munch.  We use no synthetic chemicals on our farm, and the soap is conscientiously PALM OIL FREE.  Since soap making can be so creative, I look forward to each batch.  I hope my love of this craft comes through in the product.  To contact me, email tracyceravolo@gmail.com.

~~10% of all sales go to environmental charities~~

Mia’s Lavender Bar --  Mia is Madison’s daughter, born right in our workshop on a snowy and frigid February night.  Since she was a single baby, she looked to us as her playmates.  She loved running around after us and playing Queen of the Stump.  In honor of this little peanut, her bar is made with peanut oil and lavender essential oil.  It’s also two-toned with a layer of ground, organic oatmeal and pumpkin.  As usual, it’s made with creamy goat milk.

Llyssa’s Fennel Bar -- This  mama goat gives milk like a dairy cow!  And she’s got an appetite to match her milk production.  She gets excited and calls out to me whenever she sees me in the veggie garden, because she knows I’m thinning things out.  One of her favorite scores is fennel (which helps her breath thankfully!)  Fennel is an anti-inflammatory too.  This bar is made with lots of organic fennel seeds from our garden, some mandarin essential oil, saponified oils and Llyssa’s milk of course!

Harmony’s Lavender Bar --  Harmony is such a pleasure!  Not only is she adorable and fuzzy, but she is a first-rate snuggler.  I love to go outside and enjoy our cuddle sessions together -- it is very calming.  Likewise, the Harmony Bar is calming; it’s made with lavender essential oil, ground fennel seed, plus a bit of clove.  Of course it has nourishing goat milk too.

Zoey’s Vegan Bar --  Zoey is a perfect animal to pair up with this bar of soap; she likes to bathe more than anything.  Sometimes she flaps her little wings while sitting atop an empty jar, pretending to take a bath (we take the hint and fill it for her).  She likes hanging out with the goats but not drinking their milk -- this gal is vegan, and so is her bar.  It’s made with FRESH GINGER and citrus essential oils.  I like using it in the kitchen because my dishes don’t need moisturizing!

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