For the past couple of years, we have been squirreling away, working to refresh our packaging whilst remaining true to our history of helping people and using Australian ingredients. Updating our packaging design was a long process, but in the end it was worth it! And we are thrilled with the result. Read more to see where we ended up with.
You may have noticed that there's somethig different about us... That's right, we've refreshed our packaging for our Nature's Remedy range (previously known as the Intensive Care range). Take a look at our design journey...
We caught up with Phil Beattie at his farm in Rochford, Victoria to learn more about what it’s like to live with psoriasis which he has suffered with since the age of 16. As he works with harsh chemicals on the farm Phil uses Billie Goat Nature’s Remedy Soap 3-4 times daily to keep his psoriasis under control.
While there is no cure for psoriasis, there are certain things to avoid which may help keep your skin calm and help prevent severe flare ups or plaques developing. We're giving you tips that may help nourish your skin and prevent further break outs.
We all know that our skin often mirrors what is going on inside our bodies. The question is, can you get relief from eczema through your diet? We look at how your diet affects your skin and what you should be eating to relieve flare ups and inflammation.
The Christmas Gift Guide is here! Whichever gift you choose, we know your loved one will enjoy Billie Goat and we will love them right back.
Kristy discovers Billie Goat Soap which has helped soothe, control and relieve Toby's eczema, as well as get Toby back to what he loves doing, swimming. We sat down with his mum Kristy to hear Toby’s story and share it with you all.
Prescribed dozens of different types of medicated creams, including topical steroid creams, the frequency of the flare-ups never seemed to get any better
Katie - the wonder mum who went to the ends of the earth (literally) for her children, but keeps their skincare simple.
The most heartbreaking part of her daughter Phoebe's skin condition isn't the financial cost, or even the bullies at school ("they're just curious"). It's the fact that Phoebe no longer trusts what her mother says will help her.