Beef Tallow Soap
Tallow Soap
Beef Tallow Soap
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Beef Tallow Soap


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Beef Tallow Soap

The original & old fashioned soap of our ancestors and great grand parents is made from animal fat. They were wise and used fat as a skin cleansing aid. 

This moisturizing soap is excellent for glowing healthy skin!

Tallow soap is gluten free, GMO free, preservative free, free of synthetic colors and fragrance.  Only pure therapeutic grade essential oils used for the scented option.

Tallow soap is great for sensitive skin, eczema, and psoriasis.

It's creamy and lathers nice while nourishing your skin.

Tallow Soap Health Benefits:

Grass-fed beef tallow contains high amounts of Conjugated Linoleic Acid or CLA which is an essential fatty acid needed for incredible skin health.

Beef tallow doesn't go rancid like other fats making it shelf stable and great for health and skin care products.

Beef tallow is made up of fatty acids which are the same building blocks of our skin.

Beef tallow is nourishing and feeds your skin fat soluble vitamins A, D, & K. 

Ingredients: Saponified 100% Organic Grass-Fed And Grass-Finished Beef Tallow, Rose Clay, Spearmint & Basil E.O.

There is an un-scented option. 

One bar last of tallow soap last my family over a month.

Each bar of tallow soap is handmade by me with love and attention in Montana.

Questions About Lye In Soap:

Once the soap is set there is a sort of chemical magic that takes place and there is no lye left in the soap, even though I start with a tiny amount. The amount of animal fat I add in the mixture neutralizes the lye and I ensure there is no lye leftover after the saponification takes place. There is a chemical reaction called saponification that happens between lye and the fat molecule called a triglyceride where the chemical is transformed during the creation of soap. During saponification neither of the original ingredients occur anymore.  The lye in sodium hydroxide for my bar soap is eaten in the reaction. There is no lye left after the soap sits for 4 weeks to set.

This is by far the best soap I've used for gentle nourishing cleansing! 

 

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