Manastash Mud Goat Milk Soap-Only 6 bars available

Regular price $9.00

The name Manastash comes from the Sahaptin word /máːmaštaš/, possibly meaning "we are going root digging". The highest point in Manastash Ridge is Manastash Peak at 6,335 feet (1,931 m), located 22.4 miles (36.0 km) west of Ellensburg, Washington.

In Ellensburg, there is a road named Manastash that is a 15-mile road that travels up to Manastash Ridge from Ellensburg WA. It is a wide, well-maintained gravel Forest Service Rd. In the fall and winter time, the hills and wheat fields are a beautiful color of brown.

This soap is reminiscent of those gorgeous hills.  Made with local goat milk, pure oils such as olive oil, organic soy bean oil, coconut oil, and fresh local leaf lard, I've also added comfrey leaf powder to give this bar an exceptional soft smooth feel.

My choice of essential oils is Star Anise and Fennel, which can be used for all skin types. The healing properties of both Fennel and Star Anise make the soap ideal for aging skin, as they are both known to help tighten and firm the surface the skin. Fennel and Star Anise body soap has a wonderfully calming scent as well, making it an excellent soap for day or night bathing.

Anise has sweet, strong enticing fragrance due to which it’s used in deodorants. It is also widely used in aromatherapy for relieve respiratory issues such as bronchitis, cold and flu.

Being antiseptic in nature, anise oil gives wounds effective protection against many infections. It helps in faster healing of wounds.

3.5 ounce per bar