Why Goat Milk Soap?

Switching to soap made with goat milk can truly benefit your skin's health.  Goat milk soap is wonderful for people with dry or sensitive skin, or conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.  It is also perfect for healthy skin that wants to stay that way. we only use unprocessed goat milk fresh from the farm so it keeps all its benefits.  Here are the reasons why I chose to make only soap with RAW goat milk.

Cleanses Gently Yet Deeply:

Goat milk soaps are handcrafted bar soaps that contain no harsh detergents or harmful chemical compounds. The lactic acid component of pure goat milk is known to play a key role in cleansing our skin by eliminating impurities. It also contains alpha hydroxy acids that break down the bonds between dead cells and remove the dull surface layer of the skin to give the skin a squeaky clean appearance. Moreover, these soaps are rich in natural ingredients, which work gently without causing excessive dryness.

 

Gives Healthy And Nourished Skin:

Goat milk is packed with vitamins, such as A, B1, B6, B12, C, D, E, etc., and minerals, such as zinc, copper, iron, selenium, etc. Apart from that it also includes fatty acids, amino acids, citric acid, antioxidants and enzymes. All these are needed not just for our body but are also important for our skin. However, the best part is that goat milk can penetrate the surface layer of the skin fast and provide each of our tissues sufficient amounts of nutrients. In short, regular use of goat milk soap can feed the skin and nourish it from within.

 

Keeps The Skin Soft And Moisturized:

Goat milk itself is a natural moisturizer that gets absorbed by the skin instantly and creates a moisture barrier to keep it soft, smooth and supple for a longer period of time. It is loaded with proteins, fatty acids and glycerine, which contribute to its super hydrating and moisturizing properties. Conversely, the creamy texture of the soap gives a luxurious softness by penetrating the upper layer of the skin and reaching the cracks and gaps formed between the cells quite easily.

 

Prevents Premature Aging:

Being rich in powerful antioxidants, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E, goat milk can keep our body free from the oxidative damages caused by free radicals.  It also eliminates the layer of dead cells from the surface layer of our skin and reveals the new cell layers underneath. Both of these result into delayed aging and getting rid of premature signs of aging like the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, and so on.

 

Keeps Skin Acne-Free:

According to experts, goat milk soap is capable of giving tough competition to any other anti-bacterial soap available in the market, especially when it comes to treating acne and blemishes. The milk proteins present in the products possesses amazing anti-microbial properties, which help prevent the growth of acne-causing bacteria and destroy the ones already on your skin.

 

 

Relieves Irritation And Inflammation:

Regular use of goat milk soap can be helpful in relieving the skin inflammation. Goat milk is known to have strong anti-inflammatory properties due to the presence of fat molecules in it.  Besides, it does not include chemical additives. So, anybody (even people with sensitive skin) can use it without worrying about irritation or inflammation.

 

Heals Skin Infections Quickly:

Goat milk can soothe our skin without causing itchiness. On the other hand, it also offers effective anti-microbial effects. Therefore, the soap made from it can easily be used to sooth skin infections, such as rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, and contact dermatitis faster, which allows skin to heal faster.

 

Repairs Damaged Skin Faster:

Goat milk is enriched with alpha hydroxyl acids, which removes dead skin cells and encourage the growth of fresh new cells in our body. It helps in repairing damaged skin, giving us a young and vibrant look.

 

With all these wonderful benefits there is no excuse for not using goat milk soap.  Make sure you look at all your soap labels to ensure it is RAW goat milk, NOT powdered.  There really IS a difference!