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NBC Portland Talks Skincare with’s Johnson

Kathy Johnson, founder of goat milk soap firm, visited with NBC Portland Today host Rod Hill to share her skincare tips. chemical-free goat milk soaps contain natural glycerin, vitamin A and selenium to protect, nurture and moisturize skin.

Kathy Johnson of built her family goat milk soap business with help of husband Jay and their 7 children, ages 7 to 27.

Mom of 7 Kathy Johnson shares half-dozen skincare tips with Portland Today viewers

At we offer 80 choices of goat milk soap, each rich in nutrients such as vitamin A, selenium and alpha hydroxyl acids that nourish, exfoliate and deeply moisturize and cleanse skin.”
— Kathy Johnson of

PORTLAND, OR, -, January 28, 2018 / -- Portland Today, Oregon’s hit NBC talk show, turned to Kathy Johnson, founder of goat milk soap company for skincare tips to protect and nourish skin during wintry cold months and all year.

Kathy’s Half-Dozen Skincare Tips are easy and highly effective for maintaining healthy skin are:
1. Drink 8 glasses of water a day; take shorter shows (water dries skin);
2. Hydrate skin with toxin-free natural soap choices;
3. Avoid chemical-laden soaps, especially antibacterial soaps that lessen skin's acidity;
4. Use nutrient-rich as cold & low humidity remove moisture from skin;
5. Sleep 8 hours and try to relax to lessen stress, and
6. Eat meals with proper balance of protein, carbohydrate and fat plenty of fruits and vegetables.

“Think of putting more water in your body and less on it,” Kathy said emphasizing the skin moisturizing benefits of drinking water versus and skin drying that occurs with long showers. She began making goat milk soap 15 years ago as a hobby and today her is a thriving business with customers across the USA and abroad as her soaps are good for all skin types and especially dry and sensitive skin and conditions such as acne and eczema.

“At we offer more than 80 choices of goat milk soap rich in nutrients such as vitamin A, selenium and alpha hydroxyl acids that nourish, exfoliate and deeply moisturize and cleanse skin,” said the homeschooling Mom of 7 who still homeschools some of her children, ranging in age from 7 to 27.

Interviewed by Portland Today KGW-TV show co-hosts Cathy Marshall, Rod Hill and Ashley Korslien, Kathy said, “ more than 80 choices of nutrient-rich goat milk soaps benefit all skin types and are especially good for dry and sensitive skin as well as for people with conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.”

She added that, “ offers natural goat milk soap bars that contains glycerin that store-bought chemical-laden brands typically remove from their soaps to sell in higher priced skin creams, and also contains vitamin A, selenium and alpha hydroxyl acids that nourish skin.”

In addition to appearing on the NBC’s KGW-TV affiliate broadcasting Portland Today, the busy entrepreneur who runs her business and shares her knowledge in other ways, such as her recent appearance on ABC’s Good Morning Texas on WFAA-TV in Dallas-Fort Worth, to show viewers how to make natural soap at home.

Kathy has emerged as a leading figure in the natural goat milk soap business as natural chemical-free soaps are gaining increasing popularity in what The New York Times called a growing trend in America as people use natural soaps to avoid chemical-laden commercial soap brands.

The entrepreneurial Mom of 7 is helped in business by husband Jay and her kids in age-appropriate ways on their Corbett, Oregon farm, which you can effectively visit online at, which offers America’s widest array of 72 goat milk soaps at affordable prices for all skin types and preferences. Other of her products include Acne Skin-So-Clear goat milk soap, toner, treatment and lotion, Arnica Muscle Rub, goat’s milk lotion, soy candles and more, all online at and Facebook. Media Contact

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