Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Go ahead and try some Goats Milk on your skin!

Few things sound as odd and out-of-place as goat’s milk used to moisturize skin  - but the stories behind it can help it make more sense! 

Milk is no stranger to skin care and was said to have started when Cleopatra of Egypt would take daily baths in milk to cleanse and moisturize her skin. Goat's milk is not much different.
Here are three reasons why you should use goats milk as a moisturizer.

Goats Milk is Rich in Vitamins
Goat milk is rich in a multitude of vitamins including vitamins A, B6, B12 and E and also is composed of nearly three times the amount of casein protein that is found in cow’s milk. Casein is quickly absorbed into your skin and can lead to a quick hydrating for your skin.

People with sensitive skin or allergic problems to different chemicals are often soothed by goat’s milk because of how gentle it can be to even the most sensitive skin. Best of all, it is natural!

Fountain of Youth
Not exactly, but using goat’s milk can reduce wrinkles and abrasions on different parts of the skin where it is applied. It can help create that youthful glowing skin that so many skincare products claim to provide.

Make sure to stop by Candace and Kids Soap Company for a large selection of Goats milk soap - homemade on Daniel's Divide in Thomaston, Georgia. Candace and Kids has a wide variety of goats milk soaps that help in many skin irritations and skin problems

Go ahead, take the jump and go out and try some goat’s milk for your skin in great goats milk soaps at Candace and Kids.

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