What is "sugar sand"? Sugar sand is the fine, sand-like, edible substance that is usually filtered out after you boil maple sap to make maple syrup. It is the concentrated natural minerals and nutrients from the tree sap after the water is boiled away and the sap condenses to syrup. We make our own maple syrup here on the farm and I thought, "what to do with the sugar sand? I wonder if I can put this in a soap." And voilà! With the sugar sand, oatmeal, the fresh goat milk, the sugars in the the syrup and honey, you have an all-natural, gentle, creamy, lathery, sweetly-scented, lightly exfoliating bar of goodness. Yummy! The solid oils and butters, beeswax, and beef tallow make this a harder soap that will last you a good while.
Handmade in small batches with fresh goat milk, sodium hydroxide, cocoa butter, coconut oil, flax seed oil, mango butter, olive oil, sustainable organic palm oil, Shea butter, sunflower oil, beeswax, honey, beef tallow, maple sugar sand, maple syrup, and finely ground oatmeal.