Glenafton Goat Milk Skincare


Handmade with fresh nutritious milk from our very own Glenafton Anglo-Nubian dairy goats, our Goat Milk is rich in butterfat's, vitamins and minerals - more.


364 Woorndoo-Dundonnell Road, Woorndoo, VIC, 3272
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Handmade with fresh nutritious milk from their very own Glenafton Anglo-Nubian dairy goats, this Goat Milk is rich in butterfats, vitamins and minerals – creating soft and moisture rich creaminess that our skin can easily absorb.

Using this soap has many benefits for your skin and is ideal for those with sensitive and dry skin. Goat Milk Soap is also proven to benefit people with skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis.

Glenafton Goat Milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids including lactic acid which helps remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface helping remove irritation from skin conditions. Other benefits of alpha-hydroxy acids include leaving new cells on your skin’s surface giving it a smoother and younger look. As well as the above benefits their soaps are also rich in vitamins, cream and minerals.

Glenafton Anglo Nubian Stud is situated in Victoria’s South West at Woorndoo. Stud Principal Sharyn Carmichael has been breeding Anglo Nubian’s since 1982. Glenafton is the property name of the family farm in the Mallee near Turriff, this became an official Dairy Goat Stud name in 1984, and is current today.

You will find these soap bars are named – dedicated to some of the many Glenafton Goats that are a little special to them.

More more information please call Sharyn on the number provided.



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