Why Goats Milk Soap Is So Awesome
A variety of fine ingredients, such as milk, are added into our soap as liquids.
Many of the benefits of natural soaps made from milk are widely known. I make most of my soap with a goat's milk base, so it's easy to try it out yourself and see the fantastic benefits!
Goat's milk contains very few allergens compared with cow's milk.
Top reasons to use goat milk soap
Alpha Hydroxy acids
Acids are so effective that they break down bonds that hold dead skin cells together. Lactic acid helps remove dead epithelial cells from the surface of the skin.
It is particularly high in vitamin A, which is needed to repair damaged skin cells. Medical studies show that vitamin A cosmetics reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, keeping the condition of acne under control. In the best case, water-based toilet soaps are reinforced with artificial vitamin A.
Tombs of Z
Fat molecules are an important part of soap quality. The cream content of goat milk helps to hydrate the soap effect of goat milk. Many people have symptoms of dry skin, especially during the winter months. The quality of the soap is so very important. Goat milk soap does not dry the skin.
Goat milk contains selenium, which is a very important mineral for the skin. Selenium is important for the prevention of skin cancer. Selenium may prevent damage to the skin caused by excessive exposure to sunlight. Although aqueous soaps also contain minerals (calcium, sodium or iron) (common ingredients in tap water), they are not beneficial to the skin.
So I recommend goat milk soaps primarily for dry, extra-dry, eczematous, psoriasis, neurodermatitis, normal skin.