The cranberry is one of the most common, commercially grown fruits native to North America. The cranberry's rich and illustrious history dates back before European settlers arrived here. Native Americans used the cranberry as food, a healing agent and fabric dye. Colonial Americans began cultivating cranberries in the early 19th century, and since then we continue to discover new uses for the cranberry: as holiday decoration and as inspiration for our Cranberry Goat Milk Soap.
As bright and crisp as a bowl full of freshly mashed cranberries, we make our cranberry soap with fresh goat milk from local farms and natural, moisturizing oils and butters, free of alcohols, detergents and harsh chemicals.
We make our goat milk soaps with seasonal ingredients in small batches and hand-cut them into bars. As a result, there may be very slight variations in color, size and shape between bars. Each bar is at least 4.25 ounces when cut.