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  • Goat Milk Lotion, post 1
  • Rick Anderson
  • antibacterialantifungalantioxidantantiviralexfoliateFarm ProductsGoat Milk Lotionmoisturizingnatural lotion

Goat Milk Lotion, post 1

Goat Milk Lotion, post 1

Sometimes it is very beneficial to think outside of the box.  Over the next seven weeks I will be taking you there with posts on the ingredients in our goat milk lotion. We will be taking a close look at ingredients and the end result of all those decisions. It has always been our family’s goal to watch what we put into our bodies as well as what we put on topically. Your skin is the largest organ in your body and what you put on it enters your blood stream within minutes. This has led me to the challenge of creating a product with the purest ingredients possible, incorporating organic standards as well as organic ingredients whenever possible. It is by God’s pure grace upon us in bringing you the final result of all the research, testing and final formulas. So please join me as we take a deeper look into our goat milk lotion.

Empty glass beakers to make goat milk lotion with

“Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.” Matthew 7:7 Here at Anderson Family Farm we take God’s word very seriously. We love all the many promises throughout the word of God just waiting for us to take hold of and run with. So here is where I chose to begin asking, seeking and knocking; then came the listening. Lotion is made up of three phases: water, oil and additives.  Let’s start with the water phase.  We chose the purest form of aloe vera concentrate we could find. I love the benefits for the skin! Aloe vera helps to rebuild healthy living cells. It aids in healing burns and reduces scarring. It is anti-inflammatory thus aiding in any skin condition that is swollen. We felt it was a great choice that would have many wonderful benefits. Our next ingredient is distilled water.  Your body is made up of 75% water. Therefore in a lotion it is an essential ingredient! This will be absorbed and bless your thirsty skin.

Pretty empty glass measure beakers lined up for making goat milk lotions

Please join me next week for post #2 on Goat Milk Lotion.

 

Ten bottles of goat milk lotion in two different sizes and 3 round metal tins

  • Rick Anderson
  • antibacterialantifungalantioxidantantiviralexfoliateFarm ProductsGoat Milk Lotionmoisturizingnatural lotion

Comments on this post (4)

  • Oct 20, 2016

    Loving our goat milk lotion! My mother in law has been anxiously awaiting the launch of your website so she can order all the products I’ve shared with her!
    ~ Blessings be upon the Anderson family farm!

    — Ronnie

  • Oct 20, 2016

    Wow! I just have to say that when you put this {site} together you did it right. The whole thing is beautiful….just beautiful! The words, pictures, stories….
    It all makes me want to come and visit. I’ve been gathering ingredients to make my own goat milk soap. I would love to learn from you. Have you done classes?
    I can’t wait to come back for more and more….:)

    — Elaine/TinkerVerve

  • Oct 20, 2016

    I so LOVE your lotion and use it all day long…whenever my skin feels thirsty:). I have the best feeling skin in years!!Your blog is so wonderful and inspiring. Can’t wait to hear more about your lotion!

    Blessings,

    Julia

    — Julia

  • Oct 20, 2016

    Hello Andersons,
    Your website, blog, and photos are all absolutely fabulous! All the girls and I enjoyed giving each other sea salt foot scrubs last week as we lazed in the hammock in the berry park. I’m hooked on the scrub now and will be back for more when my jar is gone. After reading about your lotions I think that will be my first online purchase. Your photos are absolutely stunning by the way! Good work crew….blessings to you all as you start this new venture! Resting in Him, Julie

    — Julie, berry farm girl

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