Honey and Orange Blossom Goat Milk Bar Soap 9 oz. by Beekman 1802$15.00 In stock Add a gift card (free) Just fill in the “Gift Card Text” field and we’ll include a card with your custom message. Leave this blank for no gift card. Gift card text Honey and Orange Blossom Goat Milk Bar Soap 9 oz. by Beekman 1802 quantity Add to cart FREE SHIPPING SKU: B18BAR-O Categories: Bar Soap, Beekman, Fast Ship / Gift Card Tag: Beekman 1802 Description Description HYDRATE & BALANCE WITH SHEA BUTTER & BOTANICAL EXTRACTS. The inspiration for this Honey & Orange Blossom scent comes from the century-old Mock Orange hedge that lines the Beekman flower garden. The inspiration for how it helps keep your skin super-hydrated comes from Beekman’s goats. Pure goat milk is rich in vitamins and gentle on skin. Scented with sparkling white nectarine and juicy orange, with a burst of fresh peony and a hint of honey Like all Beekman soaps & skincare products, they try to eliminate harmful chemicals while featuring botanical based ingredients from farms – not labs. Goat milk is a key ingredient (a natural anti-inflammatory), which leaves skin clean and well moisturized. Shea butter is a rich and creamy natural moisturizer. This is enriched with jojoba seed oil. Sulfate, Paraben, Petroleum & Phosphate Free. Clean and simple. Just like country life. 9 oz. See the Beekman 1802 collection. Beekman 1802 BEEKMAN 1802 is an integrated media and lifestyle company devoted to the artisanal, the hand-made, and to the belief that each season gives us cause for celebration. The company is centered around the 200-year-old Beekman Farm in upstate NY originally built by William Beekman in 1802. Beekman was the first judge of Schoharie County, NY, and at the turn of the 19th century one of the most successful merchants in central New York. The attention to detail and quality to the products in his original mercantile is what influences the products BEEKMAN 1802 designs and sells today. BEEKMAN 1802 is committed to environmental sustainability, supporting local micro-economies, and developing debt-free business models.