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Country Cowboy is an unexpected blend of awesomeness. This earthy and somewhat sweet fragrance is subtle but sexy.

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Country Cowboy Goat Milk Soap

An outdoorsy scent that is a blend of grapefruit, bergamont with a hint of sandalwood and patchouli. This earthy and somewhat sweet fragrance is subtle but sexy.

We package each bar in an eco-friendly USA made box. This bar weighs approximately 3.5-5.0 oz. Each bar is hand cut, so no two bars are alike. Bars are approximately 3 1/2 x 2 1/2.

Directions for use: Use them…as soon as you get home…Take soap and lather in the hands. Apply the lather to the entire body, gently massage and rinse. Use our wooden soap deck to extend the life of your soap.

Ingredients: Raw goat’s milk; olea europaea (organic olive) oil; cocos nucifera (organic coconut) oil; glycine soja (organic soybean) oil, sodium hydroxide and phthalate free fragrance.

Customer Reviews

Not just for boys!!

Reviewed by Shannon

Overall Satisfaction
My mother in law bought my kids a bar of your goat milk soap because she heard that goat milk is good for eczema. Both of my kids suffer from it. She bought the Country Boy for my son. After I bathed him for the first time with it, I was hooked!! Not only does it soothe his skin, the smell is FABULOUS!! I know it is more of a "manly" scent but I just ordered 8 bars for myself and the entire family! I love how the scent lasts a long time! I am looking forward to receiving my order and trying your other products!
(Posted on 5/19/2016)

This soap is absolutely amazing!!!

Reviewed by Lisa

Overall Satisfaction
My boyfriend loves this soap and so do I!!! It leaves your skin incredibly soft and the scent is amazing!!!! Not to mention the essential oils are relaxing and reduce stress for him at night time :)
(Posted on 4/6/2015)

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