3 things you should know about the history of goat, milk, soap.
History of goat milk soap
How long has goat milk soap been used in the world?
Get milk soap has been used for thousands of years. As far back as ancient Egyptians, goat milk has been use to make nourishing, high-quality bar soap for cleansing the body dishes, and other household items. Some believe goat milk soap has been around as long as 51-30 BC.
Goat milk soap was believed to be one of the finest skin care products of the time even queen Cleopatra what is believed to have used goat milk soap when bathing to achieve soft and glowing skin.
2. Where did goat milk soap first originate?
The Middle Eastern farmers are the first known to have domesticated goats and raise them for their meat and milk.
Bathing and the use of Soap became popular during ancient Roman times. With archaeologists even discovering a soap factory in the ruins of Pompeii.
3. How did they make it?
During excavation of ancient Babylon, Soap like substances such as fats and ashes, were found in the ruins.
From 1500 BC, even to this day, the process of rendering animal fats for Soapmaking is practiced.
Using fats of animals, ash, and other substances to create a soap like product.
Soap of queens.
Queen Cleopatra was known to use goat milk soap in her bath.
Additionally, It’s rumored that the European milk maids of the 1700s, were known for the Rosy complexions due to using milk in their skin care routines.
Even queens and maids of yore knew the most luxurious soap was made with goat milk!