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by Di Hill (subscribe)
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Published May 21st 2016
It's not Nanny - it is Doe
Have you ever tried soap made with the soap of goats? Ye Olde Soap Shop sells a wide range of products made from the milk of goats, and owner Joy Dyer is keen to spread the message of the value of the product.

(She will also explain that it is not politically correct to say Nanny Goat - it is better to say Doe).

There are so many fans of goat milk soap and those with a range of skin conditions find it very helpful. Goat's milk has some interesting properties including lactic acid, vitamins A and B, and selenium. These and other properties make it suitable for people with sensitive skin, and it has exfoliant properties which help to make the skin soft and hydrated.

Some of the other properties include fats, proteins and hormones. It is also said that using goat's milk soap can keep your skin healthier and helps maintain a youthful look.

The soap can be used as shampoo, and those who use it for this purpose claim that their hair is soft and shiny after its use, and it can be used on pets too.

Itchy skin (even from mosquito and other insect bites) is also relieved by the use of the soap.

She has more than 40 varieties available, and many more products to aid good health at Ye Olde Soap Shoppe, which is in the grounds of the Caboolture Historical Village.

So visit Ye Olde Soap Shoppe or visit their website to buy online.
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Why? Learn about Goat Soap
When: Open most days
Phone: 0415 169 264
Where: 280 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture
Cost: Entry to Caboolture Historical Village
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