Proving that sometimes the simplest ideas are the best ones, a Melbourne pharmacist is now a millionaire after inventing a new kind of soap.
Danielle Di Pilla wanted to help her customers treat frustrating skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis, so she created Goat soap and its accompanying range of skin and hair care products.
You've probably seen the Goat range on the shelves at Chemist Warehouse. Source: Facebook
Goat products — made from goats milk — are hypoallergenic, which means they don't cause irritation for people with sensitive skin.
They've been a hit in Australia and now around the world.
In fact, Di Pilla recently sold $1 million worth in China in less than 24 hours during an online shopping festival.
"We’re very happy with the result; we did double (compared to) last year," she told news.com.au of the results from Alibaba’s Singles Day.