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Milk Relief Soap™ bars
Goat Milk Soap New Zealand Palm Oil Free | Unscented for sensitive skin. Natural care for eczema and psoriasis. Palm Oil Free Milk Relief Soap™. NZ postage additional. Milk Relief Soap™ – Proudly Made in New Zealand from scratch at our farm in Te Anau, Fiordland, South Island.
Same Quality. Happy Goats. No Boxes!!
Our costs have skyrocketed but we didn’t want to increase our soap prices or skimp on our beloved goats’ mineral supplementation. So no soap boxes for now. We will send naked soap. Thank you for your understanding. Shipped within 1-2 business days directly from the farm.
Bank deposit: Shy Sheep Limited 38-9012-0621542-00 (Kiwibank) is the bank account to deposit into. It used to be The Goodly Heritage Trust but changed again in June 2023.
Lano Relief Skincare Stick™
Pure NZ Lanolin + Manuka Oil at your fingertips, without the gooey mess or unpleasant smell of sheep! Manuka honey is made by honeybees going to the blossoms of Manuka trees; Manuka oil is made from steam distilling the whole branches of Manuka trees. Manuka, unlike its counterpart Tea Tree in Australia, has a gentle sweetish aroma. Every part of a Manuka tree has been used by the Maori people for medicinal purposes for generations.
Bank deposit: Goodly Heritage Trust 38-9012-0651098-00 (Kiwibank) is the bank to deposit into. It used to be Shy Sheep Limited.
I am pretty sure these two characters displayed below belong in Pakistan. We don’t teach our goats to walk like that. But I thought it might lighten your day, so I had to add it to this page.
These are not our goats. They look like they are from Pakistan, a land famous for goats with floppy ears.