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I use all organic goats milk  soap base and here's Why.

1.Gentle cleanser                                                         

Most commercially made soaps contain harsh surfactants that can strip your skin of natural moisture and oils, leaving it feeling dry and tight.

To maintain your skin’s natural moisture, it’s best to use products that don’t remove the natural fats in the skin barrier.

2. Rich in nutrients

Goat milk is rich in fatty acids and cholesterol, which make up a large portion of the skin membrane. A lack of these components in your skin can lead to dryness and irritation.

Furthermore, the milk is a good source of vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin shown to have anti-aging properties.

Finally, it’s a good source of selenium, a mineral shown to support a healthy skin membrane. It may even improve psoriasis symptoms like dry skin.

However, nutrient levels in goat milk soap largely depend on the amount of milk added during production, which is usually proprietary information. Moreover, it’s difficult to know how effective these nutrients are due to a lack of research.

3. May improve dry skin

Dry skin, xerosis, is a condition resulting from having low water levels in the skin.

Normally, your skin’s lipid barrier slows moisture loss. That’s why low lipid levels can lead to excess moisture loss and dry, irritated, and tight skin.

4. Natural exfoliant

Goat milk soap contains compounds that may exfoliate your skin.

Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) can treat a variety of skin conditions, such as scars, age spots, and hyperpigmentation, due to their natural ability to exfoliate.

Lactic acid is a naturally occurring AHA in goat milk soap. It can gently remove the top layer of dead skin cells, allowing for a more youthful complexion.

What’s more, lactic acid can be one of the gentlest AHAs, making it a suitable option for those with sensitive skin.

However, the amount of AHAs in goat milk soap remains unknown, making it difficult to know how effective it is at exfoliating the skin. Therefore, more research is necessary.

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