What is goat's milk soap and why you need to make the switch?
Before the age of western medicine and mass-produced skincare, people took care of their bodies by using what earth could provide for them.
Way back in the day, the actual beauty queens (Cleopatra, Poppaea, the mistress of French King Henry II, Napoleon’s younger sister, and even Mariah Carey) would treat themselves by bathing in milk.
They already knew something that beauty companies today are now realizing.
Goat’s milk is a superfood for your skin.
What other brands may need to artificially add to their products, goat’s milk already has naturally. It contains Alpha Hydroxy Acids which help to gently exfoliate the dead skin cells from the uppermost layer of your skin, leaving the newest layer of skin brighter and more hydrated.
It is packed with vitamins, particularly vitamin A. This is great for repairing damaged skin, reducing lines and wrinkles, slowing down skin aging, providing elasticity, controlling acne, and even psoriasis. Thanks to the lactic acids it also contains, goat’s milk helps in relieving skin irritations and itching.
Unlike water, goat’s milk is full of fat. These fat molecules present in the milk makes it extremely moisturizing and more easily absorbed by the skin, while at the same time preventing moisture loss.
Aside from all these benefits, it matters now more than ever to switch to more natural alternatives. Using products that contain more natural than chemical and artificial ingredients like goat’s milk can go a long way.
While it is easy to see the benefits of goat’s milk, it isn’t exactly practical to get 150-300 liters to accommodate our Cleopatra style bath. This is where we come in.At Bare Necessities MNL, our soaps not only contain natural oils and vegan butters, but we also add fresh goat's milk for more benefits your skin will thank you for. Visit our shop and choose from our variety of goat's milk soaps available and sign up for our newsletter.