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Caprina Goat’s Milk Soap Review

Have you ever tried a soap made from goat’s milk? I have a couple of times in the past and had good results. I had the opportunity to review a number of Caprina Goat’s Milk Soap made by the Montreal, Quebec company, Canus.

First let me tell you a bit a bit about this lovely soap and some of its perks. Caprina uses only fresh goat’s milk which sets it apart from other brands that use either processed or powdered goat’s milk. By using only fresh goat’s milk, they are able to ensure that the therapeutic properties of the soap are maintained. Goat’s milk is easily absorbed into the skin and will balance the pH level of your skin. It also contains caprylic acid which promotes the absorption of emollients and will maintain the suppleness of your skin. The goat’s milk is hormone-free and the goats are raised in humane and eco-friendly conditions.
Caprina Goat’s Milk Soap is wonderful for keeping the moisture in your skin. If you are plagued with dry skin, then you would definitely want to try this soap. I find my legs get dry and irritated after I shave them and using this soap on them was very soothing and moisturizing. I love how it makes me feel fresh and clean after stepping out of the shower (and I smell great too!).

Their soap is biodegradable and phosphate-free so they will not cause you to feel dry or compromise your skin’s natural protective barrier. All of Canus’ products are dermatologist tested and are never tested on animals.
You can find Caprina Goat’s Milk Soap in the following formulas: Original, Fragrance Free, Olive Oil & Wheat Protein, Shea Butter, Marigold Oil, and Orchid Oil. Each one has their own unique properties and fragrance.

I tried each type of soap and thought they were all fabulous! They smelled wonderful and had a rich lather that was easy to rinse off. If I had to choose my favourites, they would be Original Formula and the Shea Butter. I think you will be pleased with the results if you give any one of them a try.
Caprina Goat’s Milk Soap are available across Canada at all major pharmacies, mass merchandisers and grocery stores.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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