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Morning Daisy Beauty Soap

Morning Daisy Beauty Soap

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Moisturizing Cream Soap from Pure Goat's Milk
Moisturizing Cream Soap from Pure Goat's Milk

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Published by: Jess Villarin Quijano on Oct 31, 2013
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Goat’s Milk for Body and Beauty
What is goat’s milk?

[SOURCE: Good Housekeeping, November 2005 Issue ]

o White Cheese from pure goat’s milk o FRESH goat’s milk

Do you know that goat’s milk is good for you, not just as a drink, but also as a beauty aid? For years, goat’s milk has been a staple in most cultures. Nutritionally, it is superior to cow’s milk because it contains more nutrients, vitamins, proteins, and minerals. Its fat globules are smaller than those of cow’s milk, making its absorption in the skin and digestive system faster and easier. Goat’s milk converts all carotenes into Vitamin A, increasing its presence in the milk. Having smaller fat globules and more Vitamin A, goat’s milk is easier to make into cream. Worldwide, more people use goat’s milk than cow’s milk, proof of its effectiveness as nourishment in food and drink, as well as skincleansing agent. Historical uses of goat’s milk Goat’s milk has become a renowned beauty essential. Its reputation as a skin rejuvenator and moisturizer dates back to the legendary Cleopatra and her wellknown beauty baths in milk. Revered as a cosmetic ingredient, goat’s milk is a favored element because it contains softening and moisturizing properties. It is believed that goat’s milk as a curative formula has been handed down through the ages and to this day, remains a remedy for dry skin and eczema, and care for the most sensitive skin.

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The milky way to beauty Scientists are learning that these remedies have a solid basis in scientific fact. Cosmetic chemists call goat’s milk “nature’s liposomes” because it is so easily absorbed into the skin, bringing with it moisture and restorative proteins, minerals and vitamins. Goat’s milk also contains over 50 nutrients, including the vital vitamins of A, C and B -complex, minerals and other elements that nourish and rejuvenate dehydrated skin. Vitamin A slows down the effects of aging, as well as prevents age spots and thickening of the skin. Zinc contributes to the reconstruction of collagen fibers, encouraging moisture retention and maintaining the skin’s elasticity. Rivoflavin, or Vitamin B-2 is another anti-oxidant and is essential for healthy skin, nails, hair and general good health. Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA) naturally exfoliate skin. Goat’s milk has AHA components that contri bute to the micro-peeling process, gently scrubbing off dead skin cells. Goat’s milk helps nourish the newly-grown skin and may encourage the production of elastin. New skin emerges smooth, healthy and younger-looking. Benefits of Goat’s milk soap
[SOURCE: http://goatmilkstuff.com/Goat-Milk-Soap-Benefits.html]

Morning Daisy Beauty Soap
Moisturizing Cream Soap from Pure Goat’s Milk Natural Functions: Nature’s Liposomes which are easily absorbed into skin and brings moisture health protein and restorative minerals and vitamins. Contains 50 nutrients, including vital vitamins of A, C and B complex, minerals and other elements that nourish and rejuvenate dehydrated skin. Natural Properties: Alpha-hydroxyl acids (AHA) contributes micro-peeling process and helps nourish newly-grown skin healthy for younger looking. Lactic acid which contains natural beta hydroxyl acids that acts as exfoliant to strip dead skin. Riboflavin acts as anti-oxidant which is responsible for healthy skin, nails, hair and general good health. Vit. A slows down the effect of aging. Zinc contributes reconstruction of collagen fibers which encourage moisture retention and maintain skin’s elasticity.

Many people are still washing their skin with soap made with water. Switching to soap made with goat’s milk can truly benefit your skin’s health. Goat milk soap is wonderful for people with dry or sensitive skin, or conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. It is also perfect for healthy skin that wants to stay that way. Unprocessed goat milk fresh from the farm contains many benefits. Alpha Hydroxy Acids. Goat milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid which help remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface. This leaves new cells on the surface of your skin that is smoother and younger looking. The alpha-hydroxy acids are so effective because they break down the bonds that hold the dead skin cells together. Removing dead skin cells will help many skin conditions by removing irritation. Water-based soaps may use harsh chemical acids to accomplish this, frequently with skin-damaging results. Vitamins. Goat milk contains many vitamins, but is particularly high in Vitamin A, which is necessary to repair damaged skin tissue, and maintain healthy skin. There have been several medical studies showing that creams made with Vitamin A reduce lines and wrinkles, control acne, and provide some psoriasis relief. Water-based soaps can be artificially fortified with vitamins, but most aren’t. Cream. Fat molecules are an important part of making good soap. The cream that is present in goat milk helps boost the moisturizing quality of goat milk soaps. Since many people suffer from dry skin, particularly in the winter months, this is an important quality for soap. Goat milk soap will not dry your skin out like many other soaps. This is important because keeping skin naturally moisturized helps keep skin healthy. Goat’s milk soap is another good choice in a bath product that is strong enough to thoroughly cleans e, but gentle enough for even the youngest bathers in your household. People with skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis have also found goat’s milk soaps and other bath products to be beneficial to their skin. At the very least, these products will be gentle enough that they won’t exacerbate any type of skin condition. Milk has been a skin care ingredient that has been used for centuries by some of the most beautiful women in history. Why not try this amazing product for yourself, and indulge in a goat’s milk bath the next time you decide to hit the tub? If it’s good enough for Cleopatra, surely it will work for you!

Nutritional Properties Profile Nutrients Goat Cow Fats 3.8 3.6 Solid 8.9 9.0 Lactose 4.1 4.7 Nitrogen 3.4 3.2 Protein 3.0 3.0 Casein 2.4 2.6 Calcium 0.9 0.18 Phosphorus 0.27 0.33 Chloride 0.15 0.10 Iron 0.07 0.08 Vit. A 39.0 21.0 Vit. B 68.0 45.0 Riboflavin 210.0 159.0 Vit. C 2.0 2.0 Vit. D 0.7 0.7

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