We are really blessed to have some wonderful neighbors who live just down the road from us.
The Andersons are a family that works hard together, praise God for their blessings, and reach out generously to their neighbors.
Their home is just plain fun to visit, too:).
We always love seeing their darling Kinder goats...especially all the new sweet babies!
They have had goats for 14 years and have not only enjoyed their delicious milk, but have made creamy soaps, a variety of cheeses, and other products for their family.
The Andersons recently opened a new online store selling the most amazing goat's milk bath and body products.
I have had the privilege of using all of their products and I am sooo impressed!
My skin feels the BEST it ever has! Usually, I have cracks and very dry skin.
I just can't believe what a difference using their line of lotions, butters, and salt scrubs have made in my skin!
Here is a preview of some of the wonderful things you will find on their site...
Beautifully crafted goat milk soaps.
Kimberlee has combined the most decadent and nourishing oils with goat's milk to provide a rich and very creamy bar. It lasts forever, too....which is a great thing here at our house!
Oooh, my skin feels so hydrated with the goat milk butters. I have been using it at night, and I wake up to baby soft skin.
The salt scrubs are like giving yourself a mini spa treatment.
I have been using it on my hands after working in the garden....and oh my...does it feel fantastic!!
My hands feel moist and hydrated without a sticky or oily residue.
Just soft and supple.
I have also used it on my feet.
I am diabetic and have been using a prescription cream for small calcium bumps that were developing.
I now no longer need it because the salt scrub has so many healing properties!
I could go on and on about the impeccable fresh qualities of Anderson Family Farm products, but I will let you take a peek at a few more products:).
Yes, they even have DVD's on cheese making and were finalists HERE last year!
and even Goat Milk White Wash!
You can visit Anderson Family Farm HERE.
You can also see what they are up to on the farm on their blog Goat's for God's Glory.
Grace Anderson just posted this delicious recipe...
I know their blog will fast become one of your favorites:).
Hope you have a lovely day!