Don't destroy your skin. Do you realize that your skin is the largest organ you have? Treat it
with the same diligent care that you do with your other organs.
Goats milk relieves dryness, softens and restructures the skin. Goat milk absorbs easily into
It contains all of the known and essential amino acids. Goat milk contains over 50 nutrients
including C, B1, B6, B12, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Choline, E, calcium, potassium, Magnesium,
Phosphorus and many other trace elements.
Zinc will help reconstruct collagen fibers and encourage moisture retention to help maintain
Goat milk is more similar to human milk than any other animal's milk.
Goat milk contains pH reducing caprylic acid which helps maintain a slight acidic mantle that
healthy skin generates to prevent bacterial invasion.
Goat milk soaps have a natural glycerine. The glycerine is generated when the soap
saponifies. Commercial soaps also produce glycerine but it is removed and sold separately for
increased profits. Think about this!! The only ingredient that is good for the skin in a
commercially produced bar of soap is removed. Commercially produced soaps are actually
synthetic, chemically produced detergents with a significant presence of harsh surfactants and
additives, such as whitening agents. These chemicals are very harsh on the skin. This has
caused a very high increase in the number of people with sensitive skin.
The lactic acid in milk is an alpha-hydroxyl acid, a natural substance that dissolves the glue
holding dead skin cells together. Milk has been proven to cleanse the skin down to its deepest