Goat Facts

 

Why is Goat’s milk good for your skin?

Cosmetic chemists call goat’s milk “nature’s liposomes” because of its amazing healing capacities. No wonder Cleopatra used to bathe in it! Goat’s milk is well know for its ability to relieve acne, psoriasis and eczema, as well as balancing the skin, whether oily or dry. Its low pH helps maintain the slightly acidic mantle that healthy skin generates to prevent bacterial invasion. Its molecular composition (closer to human milk than cow’s milk) allows goat’s milk to actually soak into the skin’s barrier instead of just sitting on top, carrying these healing goodies.

ALPHA HYDROXY ACIDS
Raw goat’s milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid when help remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface. This leaves new cells on the surface on you skin that are smoother and younger looking. The alpha-hydroxy acids are so effective because they break down the bonds that hold the dead skin cells together. Removing dead skin cells will help many skin conditions by removing irritation.

VITAMINS
Raw goat’s milk contains many vitamins but is particularly high in Vitamin A, which is necessary to repair damaged skin tissue and maintain healthy skin. There have been several medical studies showing that creams made with Vitamin A reduce lines and wrinkles, control acne and provide some psoriasis relief.

CREAM
Fat molecules are an important part of making good soap. The cream that is present in goat’s milk helps boos the moisturizing quality of goat milk soaps. Since many people suffer from dry skin, particularly in the winter months, this is an important quality for soap. Goat milk soap will not dry your skin out like many other soaps. This is important because keeping skin naturally moisturized helps keep skin healthy.

MINERALS
Goat’s milk contains important minerals for the skin such as selenium. Selenium is believed by scientists to have an important role in prevent skin cancer. Selenium can also help prevent damage to the skin from excessive time in the sun.

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