Dalby Farm Sunshine Kitchen Scrub Soap


Everyone needs a good kitchen scrub soap. Whether it is for washing your hands after working outside or scrubbing your fruit and vegetables before eating them, Dalby Farm Sunshine Kitchen Scrub Soap is for you!

Created exclusively for Dalby Farm, this utility soap is made to clean yet is gentle on your hands. The cheerful yellow color of this hand-crafted artisan soap, coupled with its fresh clean scent and corn meal exfoliant, makes using this all-natural kitchen scrub soap truly delightful! Arrives to you in an adorable, old-fashioned miniature brown bag.

No matter what the weather is outside, be sure to spread a little Dalby Farm Sunshine and pick up a couple of bars today!

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Dalby Farm Kitchen Scrub Soap is the perfect addition to your kitchen!

We have always equated the color yellow with sunshine, warmth and happiness; as a result, we chose yellow to be the signature color of Dalby Farm. Our farm based educators wear yellow shirts, jackets etc…during school field trips; we want everyone visiting the farm to enjoy their visit and to leave happy, enthusiastic and feeling like they were kissed by the sun!

With this in mind, it was only natural that when we designed our hand-crafted artisan kitchen soap that it too, be the signature yellow of the farm! With the fresh scent of a grassy meadow, peppered with corn meal as an exfoliant scrub, our Dalby Farm Sunshine Kitchen Scrub Soap is like no other! Wash your fruits and veggies with it; perfect for the kitchen but is great for a bathroom hand soap too! Packaged in an adorable mini-brown bag!

Ingredients in Dalby Farm Sunshine Kitchen Scrub Soap are olive oil, rice bran oil, coconut oil, goat milk, lye, mica (color), fragrance, corn meal.

Five Good Reasons to Start Using Goat’s Milk Soap**

Consumers are becoming more aware of the chemical mass production of commercial body care products that are loaded with synthetic ingredients. Possibly a symptom of an economy looking to cut costs, body care products like soap and deodorant have moved away from being “personal care” products to being personally destructive, cancer-causing silent killers. From containing hormone disrupting phthalates and poisonous triclosan, to harboring heavy metals and toxic surfactants, many mass-produced body care products have become utterly dangerous. As consumers become more aware, many people are now switching to all natural, organic products. One natural body care product that’s gaining attention is goat’s milk soap. Here are the five wonderful benefits of using goat’s milk soap versus commercial sodium lauryl sulfate blends.

Delays signs of skin aging:

Goat’s milk soap delays signs of skin aging due to its high content of alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid. Alpha-hydroxy acids break down dead skin cell bonds, removing dead skin cells from the skin’s surface and leaving behind new cells on the surface that appear smoother and more youthful.

Not a chemical counterfeit:

Water-based soaps on mainstream supermarket shelves use harsh chemical acids to break down dead skin cells. The lasting effect of chemical acids on the skin is more similar to a chemical “burn.” Alpha hydroxyl acids found in goat’s milk, work with skin instead of breaking it down and aging it further.

Anti-inflammatory properties:

Goat’s milk reduces skin inflammation due to its fat molecule content. The cream present in goat’s milk is a moisturizer, soothing dry and damaged skin, possessing an anti-inflammatory effect.

Loaded with essentials:

Goat’s milk is packed full of essential nutrients and vitamins like vitamin D, C, B1, B6, B12, and E, that feed the skin and are absorbed into the body.

Treats acne:

Studies now show that goat’s milk is effective for treating acne and skin conditions. This is primarily because goat’s milk has anti-bacterial properties that delay the growth of microbial organisms that spur the spread of acne.

(Source: NaturalNews.com )**

SHOP FOR A CAUSE! Every purchase you make helps us! Revenues generated by your purchase helps with the cost of the upkeep of the rare farm animals living at Dalby Farm. These animals are considered to be ‘Ambassadors’ of their breeds and are a critical part of the children’s educational programs offered at Dalby Farm. For more information visit www.dalbyfarm.com.

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