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Why I Use Goat Milk In My Products

Even dermatologists have to admit it's a skin-care superfood: Goat milk is full of moisture-boosting fat molecules, redness-reducing exfoliating acids, nourishing vitamin A, and a handful of other skin-loving minerals that make it a powerful, yet gentle antidote for everything from eczema to acne.

Goat's milk is the unexpected skin-care ingredient that's been quietly shaking up the beauty industry for its ability to soothe dry, sensitive skin. It can be found in popular skin-care products, or used in its pure form as a DIY treatment.

Dermatologists agree that goat's milk works for all skin types and has multiple benefits including boosting moisture levels, repairing the skin's barrier, preventing fine lines and wrinkles, and reducing acne.
Promotes Glowing Skin. The fatty acids and triglycerides found in goat’s milk not only keep your insides running smoothly, but they help you look great on the outside, too. Their moisturizing qualities help keep skin baby soft. Goat’s milk also has high levels of vitamin A. Vitamin A can improve your complexion, fight acne and improve overall skin health. Meanwhile, the lactic acid found in goat milk helps rid your body of dead skin cells and promotes skin smoothness and thickness.
Because goat’s milk has a pH level similar to humans, it’s absorbed by the skin with less irritation and helps keep bacteria at bay (goodbye, pimples!). For this reason, many people often add goat milk lotion and goat milk soap into their natural skin care routines.
And that's why I use Goat Milk in my products. I want only the best for you.