Elizabeth Sanders, Founder and CEO HorseOPeace.com, makers of all-natural moisturizing goat milk soaps
that are water-free, toxin-free and made with 100% raw goat milk and without any color additives, is an
entrepreneur who turned a hobby into a business with customers across the USA and world by offering scented
and unscented goat milk soaps that are lustrously creamy and healthy for skin. BeautyStat.com, the #1 beauty
and fashion blog, reviewed her company’s soaps as “superior” and available at a “shockingly affordable price.”
HorseOPeace.com is based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where Elizabeth with help of technologically
gifted husband Nick spearheading design, website and operational support, offers soaps, creams and lip balms
of unsurpassed highest quality. HorseOPeace.com also introduced “Healthy Pets” line of goat milk shampoo
soaps, primarily for dogs and cats. Elizabeth homeschools the couple’s 4 sons, aged 1 to 5. In her community
activities, she bakes and donates cookies and cakes for a men’s rehabilitation center and at HorseOPeace.com is
supportive of our troops by adding free soap to any orders received with a U.S. military address.
Raised in Minnesota, where she was born, and Wisconsin, where her family moved when she was 14, Elizabeth
was homeschooled and self-educated in a small farming village where she became a devotee of the Plain People
Church (similar to Amish). A decade later she left the church to marry non-member Nick. When in Wisconsin,
she formed HorseOPeace.com after years of training horses for rugged farm work and gentleness for families
with children. She also volunteered as a horse handler for use with challenged/disabled children. Working
outdoors in wintry Wisconsin, her hands would crack, but healed as she began making goat milk soap.
Elizabeth knew others could benefit from her wonderful natural toxin-free soaps, so HorseOPeace.com began.
Elizabeth is now a fashion-forward skincare advocate with loyal customers reporting her moisturizing soaps
help dry, sensitive skin and conditions from eczema to psoriasis. Her company name reflects a time growing up
when farmers called the distance to ride to town as a “horse-a-piece up the road,” a term she adapted to reflect
her love of horses and peaceful nature to be HorseOPeace.com as she journeys to achieve the American Dream.