Yes, you read that right... camel milk!  And no, I didn't milk a camel.  Since camels are scarce around these parts, I used powdered camel's milk to make it. Milk has been used in skincare for centuries and it’s been added to soaps (especially natural soaps) for just as long. Soaps enriched with milk are creamier and gentler than those made without. It’s the natural occurring vitamins, minerals, oils and lactic acid found in milk that add the moisturising and conditioning properties to the soap. While all milks will have some skin benefits, none are as nutrient-dense as camel milk. No added colorant. The gradiant color was achieved by adding natural vanilla oil to part of the soap batter.  Vanilla naturally turns soap tan to brown over time. The fragrance used in this is not an essential oil. Sandalwood essential oil is very, very expensive! 
Net Weight 5 oz / 142 gr.
*picture coming soon

Sandalwood and Vanilla Camel Milk Soap

  • Olive oil, coconut oil, lard, camel milk, water, sodium hydroxide, almond oil, mango butter, castor oil, fragrance, kaolin clay, sodium lactate, sugar, vanilla oil.