View Poll Results: Goat Milk Soap?

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    Yeah I did contacted to Billie Goat Soap for the question about the ingredients from goat or powder but Billie doesn't offer the samples. So I phoned to MooGoo for the samples then they posted it for me before try to patch the tests but the lady from the phone gave me her email details for the further information and questions after the goodies arriving. I wish all the companies, farms, markets, etc would put it up with saying powder or not powder so it makes me to understand easier. Hope it won't give me to run the numerous of trials and errors, even the epics failed....

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    Default Billie Goat Soap, MooGoo or others?

    I have used both Moo Goo and Billy Goats soap

    For my husband and dd (both have eczema) we found the billy goat soap to be better, hands down.
    In saying that milk and milk products flare up my husbands and dd's eczema, they can tolerate fresh goats milk.
    That could very well be why the Moo Goo wasn't good for their skin.
    I ended up using all their moo goo because they didn't like it and I LOVED it!
    I have just started using the billy goats soap on my skin, I don't suffer eczema, and it's pretty good, doesn't smell the same as moo goo but it's an excellent product.

    So for eczema and from my personal experience I vote Billy Goat Soap.
    Good luck.

    ETA: Billy Goats soap use fresh goats milk i'm pretty sure, this is from the web site "Naturally Safe"
    "company which specialises in hand made soap made from a combination of luxury oils and fresh goat's milk (not powdered), and is so gentle it is popular with people who have sensitive skin, eczema or psoriasis"
    http://www.naturallysafe.com.au/Arti...llie+Goat+Soap
    Last edited by Liddybugs; 04-09-2012 at 16:11.

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    I have used moo goo and I love it. I love the shampoo too the conditioner is alittle heavy for me. I have also used some goats milk products and loved them too u haven't used the bar of soap in either moo goo or goats milk only because I find them soft and go quickly especially if DD gets hold of them.
    My SIL can't use moo goo and some goats milk products cause a reaction.

    Unfortunately it will only come to trial and error what works for us may not work for you. Good luck I hope you find something quickly

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    Default Billie Goat Soap, MooGoo or others?

    Hey guys. I know this is talking bout soaps, but I have suffered with excema since I was a baby. When I was 18 my doc put me on to Elecon ointment. I used it for a week/once a day. My rashes were gone... They took three months to return.. Again used for a few days and again it stayed away. now I get the odd breakout and if I get the ointment on early it clears quickly. Dunno if this will help anyone but I have since put a lot of friends and family onto it and they have had the same results.

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    Default Billie Goat Soap, MooGoo or others?

    Quote Originally Posted by kelbel86 View Post
    Hey guys. I know this is talking bout soaps, but I have suffered with excema since I was a baby. When I was 18 my doc put me on to Elecon ointment. I used it for a week/once a day. My rashes were gone... They took three months to return.. Again used for a few days and again it stayed away. now I get the odd breakout and if I get the ointment on early it clears quickly. Dunno if this will help anyone but I have since put a lot of friends and family onto it and they have had the same results.
    Is it a prescription cream?
    Might ask gp about it for DD2 when we go next

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    Default Billie Goat Soap, MooGoo or others?

    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Is it a prescription cream?
    Might ask gp about it for DD2 when we go next
    Yes prescription, it comes in two sizes of tubes... It lasts forever so get the bigger one!!

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    I find most goat "soaps" great for my eczema. I have tried billy goat soap, but stopped using it as they use palm oil (which is horrible for orangutans) even the "sustainable" stuff is cruel.

    I just shopped around various health food shops and found one that doesn't use it and personally think its better.

    Olive oil soaps are also great.

    As long as there is no perfumes in them its fantastic.

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    Default Billie Goat Soap, MooGoo or others?

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    Default Billie Goat Soap, MooGoo or others?

    Moogoo here


 

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