Thursday, February 21, 2008

Ewe's Naked!

Eeek! Ewe's Naked! :o

Ooohhh...and ewe's dirty, too!

Well, as long as ewe gotcher clothes off, grab a bar of Naked Ewe soap and hop into that shower. We clean ewe all up. Lather eweself, then rinse.

There. That's better. If ewe gonna run 'round naked, ewe may's well be clean!


6 bars/$20 plus $8.95 priority shipping. Assortment of six, whatever lands in the box. Bars are roughly 4 oz each; priced regularly at $5 bar. Shea butter and sheep milk; you won't be disappointed! All made right here in the farm by me, the Desperate Horsewife! Purchase helps fund the upcoming trip to pick up Sandy, naturally!






9 comments:

Mrs Mom said...

OK Tracey- I used to use Goats milk soap and LOOOVED it... whats the sheeps mikl soap like? Got any details? pls email it to me if you want! swequine@yahoo.com
Thx!

Tracey said...

Ooooo...sheep's milk is yummy! Although, I don't eat the soap, just the cheese.

Higher in vitamins and nutrients such as folic acid, zinc and the all important B vitamins than cow or goat milk. No point to having goats when you can have a sheep!

Callie said...

Ooooh, I'll have to think about this. Sounds like I might want some. Let me check my finances...

Jamie said...

I just ordered mine. I've used soap made with goats milk also and really liked it. I guess I'll just have to compare and contrast!:)

Good luck with Sandy!

Jamie said...

Good morning! I put on my blog and on a couple of other boards that I frequent that you were doing some fundraising for the Extreme Mustang Makeover. I hope that's alright.

Tracey said...

Jamie, thank you! I've got your order boxed up and ready to go :)

Rising Rainbow said...

I just bought some goats milk soap. But would really like to know what the others think for comparison. I have problems with dry itchy skin so must be careful. You all please keep me informed so I can maybe try some.

iz said...

They look gorgeous! I dont suppose you ship to india right?

Tracey said...

MiKael, with sheep milk being so high in zinc and folic acid, it makes it very rich and good for dry skin; Darling has eczema to the point where when she was little, she'd scratch herself to the point of staph infections overnight. She looked like a burn victim all through grade school with her arms healing after big flare ups. Handmade soap in general will alleviate a lot of that; commercial stuff is more detergent than soap these days.

Iz...hey, we can figure out what shipping is and I'd be happy to!