Homemade Coconut Goat Milk Soap

Why Goats Milk | Soap Bars

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Goat’s Milk Soap bars are incredible for skin repair. In Thailand, goat milk has been renowned for its beneficial properties in lifestyle therapeutic treatments and cosmetics. From ancient times until today users have been overjoyed at the healing and restorative properties of this animal’s milk. Goat milk soaps have been recommended for those with eczema.

Incredibly this soap is a storehouse and can contain over fifty nutrients to pamper all skin types. Nutrients include enzymes, lactic acid, amino acids, citric acid, Selenium, unsaturated fatty acid and proteins. Niacin, zinc and calcium are present plus an impressive wow list of vitamins such as A, B1, B2 (riboflavin), B6, B12, C, D, E, and K.

Skin can easily absorb calcium and vitamins A, B and C. from the Goat’s Milk. It has natural anti-inflammatory elements which can soothe psoriasis, acne, eczema and heat rashes.

The soap is naturally rich in restoring proteins. Which can make it a favourite for softening and rehydrating complexions.

Goat’s Milk Soap can gently cleanse skin without stripping or drying it. While moisturising, smoothing and plumping skin. Plus soothing allergenic or sensitive skin conditions.

Many people suffer dry skin, particularly in the wintertime months, this is an important quality Goat Milk Soap.

Skin also needs to be exfoliated. Combined with water, lather and gentle rubbing the Goat’s Milk Soap can break down the dead skin cells. So that oily Sebum can escape from the body’s hair follicles. Meanwhile there is protection against harmful bacteria to stop pimples forming by providing healthy nourishment and rejuvenation.

There are two components of Goat’s Milk Soap that are crucial for well-being.

Alpha-Hydroxy Acid (AHA) and Caprylic Acid, both play a major role in skin rejuvenation which are vital elements of soap skin-care.

Over time and with aging, your skin thickens and can lose its elasticity and ability to get rid of old dead cells fast enough.

The alpha-hydroxy acids in Goat’s Milk Soap neutralise free radicals and can break down the protein glue holding your dead skin cells together. To allow, the skin to easily shed unwanted dead layers. Creating less wrinkles, less age spots, less acne, and less dry skin.

Goat’s Milk Caprylic acid is fatty and reduces the alkalinity. Excellent because it gives goat’s milk soap a PH level very close to that of human skin. Therefore, the soap can cleanse with no stripping of the skin’s protective barrier of necessary natural oils.

The Caprylic acid also soothes the surface tension of the skin. So that it can be allowed to be moisturized and to absorb the other healthy anti-fungal nutrients of the soap.

Although there are many vitamins in this bar soap, vitamin A is probably the most important. Vitamin A acts as an anti-aging antioxidant to neutralise the harmful elements in our skin.

Lastly, it is one of nature’s finest moisturizers and cannot be synthetically reproduced. Therefore truly a natural, unique skin pampering product. #