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vegetable soap with goat's milk


I have sensitive skin. I struggle with hives and rashes. I have been using plain Dove soap on and off. I read that Dove soap does not clean your skin. It's mostly a lotion bar? So I switched to vegetable soap. The fact that it contains goat's milk doesn't sound pleasant, but I'd rather try that instead of other products that contain too much chemicals. Almost everything causes cancer. I believe what goes on my body goes in my body. So I would have to use this soap for the rest of my life. -_- Not sure if they still put chemicals in products that are vegan. If you people have recommendations, please share. I would love to only buy products that are vegan and not tested on animals. Thanks.
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It's good that you've changed from dove because I've always thought their soap is harsh for the skin, used to dry mine out. Goats milk soap is great, you can also get oatmeal based soap which is good for sensitive skin.

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Goat's milk? Seriously? Don't be such a pansy. Cleanse yourself with some pure goat blood.
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Goat's milk? Seriously? Don't be such a pansy. Cleanse yourself with some pure goat blood.
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It's good that you've changed from dove because I've always thought their soap is harsh for the skin, used to dry mine out. Goats milk soap is great, you can also get oatmeal based soap which is good for sensitive skin.
Never liked dove soap. All it did was make me feel like I'm washing my body with butter and it made me break out. I heard that soap contains animal fat and a bunch of bad ingredients.
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Dr Bronners pure castile soap is pretty good, completely vegan and the peppermint one smells so nice. You can try lush cosmetics too, for shampoo, moisturizers and skin care etc.
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Misread "soap" as "soup."

Hungry now. Very disappointed.

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Dr Bronners pure castile soap is pretty good, completely vegan and the peppermint one smells so nice. You can try lush cosmetics too, for shampoo, moisturizers and skin care etc.
Sadly, there's not a Lush store where I live. Their products are expensive, but effective. Their face cleanser was the only product that got rid of my oily skin. I've read about Dr. Bronners. I'm not sure if I could find those products at Sprouts?? We don't have a Whole Foods, but they're opening one soon.
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Misread "soap" as "soup."

Hungry now. Very disappointed.
Well I'm going to try to get your hopes up by sharing a butternut squash with chipotle soup recipe. I hope you like butternut squash soup because it mostly reminds people of baby food. haha
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Well I'm going to try to get your hopes up by sharing a butternut squash with chipotle soup recipe. I hope you like butternut squash soup because it mostly reminds people of baby food. haha

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