Instructions: Wash hands with water and Humboldt Hands soap. Place soap out of water when done
Industrial strength soap cleans hands leaving them moisturized and smelling great
Features walnut shell for extra exfoliation and grime removal
Removes diesel, grease, epoxy, paint, tree sap, plant resins, barn muck and more
Great for mechanics, carpenters, gardeners, floral designers, jewelry makers, ranchers, painters, and everyday at-home DIY-ers
Caution:Product contains walnut shells and is not safe for those with tree nut allergies
Original Woodsman is a warm, fresh, and spicy scent with notes of spicy berries, citrus, lavender, and amber
Dragon’s Blood has warming notes of amber, incense, Madagascar vanilla, and patchouli, lightened up with layers of romantic notes such as rose, jasmine, and lilac. Finally, the blend is topped off with the colorful, light touches of blood orange and grapefrui
Tobacco Bay has top notes of bay leaf and fir needle that mingle with cedarwood and crisp bergamot to reveal a warm tobacco base note. The fragrance has a fresh, clean aroma with well-balanced natural notes
The key to cleaning hard-working hands? Goat milk soap that is handcrafted in small batches on a family farm. This set of made-in-California soaps combines goat milk with other natural ingredients like olive oil and ground walnut shells for exfoliation. The soap gets tough on epoxy, grease, and other stubborn, stuck-on messes while leaving hands moisturized. It’s great for gardeners, mechanics, DIY-ers, or anyone who wants a natural and effective way to wash up.
Raising goats may be a dirty business, but Humboldt Hands’ Maker Stacey Leaton found a way to turn things around when she began using goat milk to tackle the problem of her husband's perpetually dirty, tractor-greased hands. She tried recipe after recipe until finally landing on the perfect one.
She crafts the soaps with her family in small batches on their farm in Ferndale, California, using fresh goat milk and other natural ingredients like olive oil, coconut oil, and ground walnuts for extra scrubbing power. The soaps not only tackle serious dirt and gunk like epoxy, tree sap, and diesel, they also moisturize hands.
Humboldt Hands soaps were made for folks who work with their hands—farmers, like Stacey’s husband, gardeners, craftspeople, mechanics—but are great for anyone who wants a natural way to clean up.