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2013 Summer Soapin' 
 
Jul. 13, 2013 8:41 am 
Updated: Jul. 20, 2013 5:18 am


With the economy in meltdown there are still ways to pamper yourself or pamper others with homemade soap.

Unlike commercial soap, artisan soap still contains the skin pampering glycerin by-product. Along with specially chosen oils and ingredients  such as in our featured G'oatmeal MilkNHoney, Ranch Rustics soaps are specially formulated to give desired results. Coconut and Olive oils (along with others) and honey, a natural humectant which actually draws moisture to the skin, make way for a luxurious experience as well as one that is skin friendly. Goat milk soaps, made with goatmilk from our own  herd, are particularly nice as goatmilk has the same PH as human skin and is creamy and gentle. Oatmeal serves as both an exfoliant and anti-itch agent for those with dry skin.

No fragrance is added to G'oatmealMilkNHoney. Just the natural fragrance of oatmeal and honey come through.

Try some today!

We also have on hand:

unscented:

Plain Apricot Honeymoo- milk soap
This Sud's for You-beer soap

Fragranced-

Bay Rum
Eucalyptus Spearmint
Cracklin' Birch
Black Raspberry Vanilla
Lavender
Wild Roses
Honeysuckle
Lemongrass
Kiwi Lemongrass
Coconut Lime Verbena (Fiesta)


Soaps are 3 for $12
Up to 6 soaps can be shipped Continental US flat rate for $5. 85

To order, email us at :

this address.
 
Comments
Jul. 13, 2013 1:24 pm
Your soaps are devine! Your e-mail address must have been edited. Try posting it in the "comment" section of your blog. I know there are those of us who want to order some.
 
Jul. 13, 2013 2:19 pm
i'll testify here about the soaps. they are excellent. i did end up gnawing on the beer soap.
 
Jul. 13, 2013 2:28 pm
Hi petey your soaps sound wonderful. The unscented ones would be my choice. Would I be able to order some, even though I live in Canada?
 
petey 
Jul. 13, 2013 4:48 pm
if you try clicking on "this address", it should bring up an email. I was trying to keep spambots from getting the addy. at any rate, it is ranchrustics at me dot com! Manella, I usually don't ship to canada because of the incredible cost of postage but I owe you so let me know what you like! :)
 
petey 
Jul. 13, 2013 4:49 pm
@ G'derr, that's funny LOL
 
Jul. 13, 2013 5:57 pm
petey you don't owe me anything, was very happy to help out, but I won't refuse such a kind offer. I like the unscented Plain Apricot Honeymoo milk soap. thank you very much.
 
petey 
Jul. 13, 2013 9:28 pm
you got it, manella, and thank you for all you did! I hope you are getting some relief!
 
Jul. 14, 2013 2:50 am
It's getting better, thanks. Hoping the same for you, has your company arrived? If so have a great time with them. Thanks petey.
 
Jul. 14, 2013 5:06 am
Oh, Petey, they all sound good. I'm wondering how they comes pkg'd, if you include a little card with a blurb saying pure ingredients and the name of your company - thinking of tucking some into my Christmas gift baskets that I make up for family each year. - Beer ones in mind for a couple in particular! The guys would get a kick out of it. I can hear the jokes about pouring it ON themselves instead of just IN themselves!
 
Jul. 14, 2013 5:06 am
Oh, Petey, they all sound good. I'm wondering how they come pkg'd, if you include a little card with a blurb saying pure ingredients and the name of your company - thinking of tucking some into my Christmas gift baskets that I make up for family each year. - Beer ones in mind for a couple in particular! The guys would get a kick out of it. I can hear the jokes about pouring it ON themselves instead of just IN themselves!
 
petey 
Jul. 14, 2013 6:09 am
I don't put the ingredients on them, as it isn't requried and I use business cards. It wouldn't fit and I"d have to do different once for different soaps, but it does have the name, how to care for it and is shrinkwrapped :)
 
petey 
Jul. 14, 2013 6:10 am
oh, guys usually love the Beer soap. It seems to take the grease and stuff off their hands well without drying them. I use it as a shampoo bar, myself
 
Jul. 14, 2013 6:31 am
Petey!! Can I mix scents for the 3 for 12?
 
Jul. 14, 2013 6:32 am
Thanks, Petey. Making a list in my head, so hard to choose which "scent" for which DIL. On another note, in your pic is a bottle of "RAW" milk. Is raw milk actually bottled and sold? Always thought it could only be had right at a farm, had no idea it was commercially bottled and sold.
 
petey 
Jul. 14, 2013 5:46 pm
absolutely, Heather. Whatever combination of soaps you want!
 
petey 
Jul. 14, 2013 5:47 pm
The bottle is an antique, sweet cook. When govt didn't have so much control over our food! It's actually filled with salt haha! That said, there are states in which you can still purchase raw milk. California, i believe, is actually one of them..surprising!
 
petey 
Jul. 14, 2013 5:49 pm
It's not in the list, but of course, G'oatmealMilkNHoney is one of the soaps available!
 
Jul. 16, 2013 4:34 am
haha I had to go back and look at the picture again! SALT! Brilliant!
 
 
 
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Tehachapi, California, USA
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Kids are raised, we are ranchhands on a 250,000 acre working cattle ranch 110 miles from the nearest small town, so we raise a lot of our own food, vegetables, fruits, milk,eggs and meat. Love riding and working cattle, but find myself spending a lot more time in the kitchen, and the garden. forpeteysake.blogspot.com http://throughthedarkestvalleys.blogspot.com/
My favorite things to cook
Having 2 Jersey cows as well as milk goats, playing with fresh milk is a hobby, making our own butter, yogurt, sour cream, cheeses, soap and all the other great stuff you can do with fresh raw milk.
My favorite family cooking traditions
Homemade from scratch...anything! All traditions are sort of gone by the wayside, as we live so far from family now
My cooking triumphs
Most things from this site, this has been the best thing the internet has had to offer!
My cooking tragedies
A layered Jello dessert...the middle layer never set, so it did the 'ooze-wiggle'...and...well..I liquified a couple of chickens on 2 different occasions, turning them into a black gel. Moral of that story is, don't start cooking then go clean barns!...and there was the time that my kids were helping me make Thanksgiving dinner and SOMEbody (who resembled my youngest son) forgot to put the sugar in the pie!!!
 
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