How to Keep Skin Youthful with Goats Milk

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Goats milk is the secret age-rewinding ingredient you need to incorporate into your skincare routine. You’ve probably heard that milk is good for your body, right? Well, there’s more to it than building strong bones or enjoying a cold glass with some cookies. Milk is a trending ingredient in the beauty and skincare world, and for good reason: Simply put, milk contains lactic acid, which has proven itself to be a superior skin-softening agent and a natural exfoliant that doesn’t set off alarm bells for irritation or dryness. While cow’s milk remains popular, when it comes to all-natural ingredients with amazing benefits, goat milk tops the list.

Let’s skim over some reasons why goat milk is the G.O.A.T (Greatest of All-Time) age-rewinding ingredient.

Packed Full of Alpha Hydroxy Acids

From acne to anti-ageing products, alpha hydroxy acids are a staple in skincare. Hydroxy acids are commonly extracted from milk, fruits, or plants and are added to a variety of skincare products. There are three types of hydroxy acids: alpha, beta, and polyhydroxy acids. All three acids are commonly used as exfoliants, which can remove dead skin, minimize acne, erase pigmentation, blur fine lines, and help stimulate new growth of smoother skin.

Lactic acid found in goat milk is one of the most common alpha-hydroxy acids in skincare. AHAs dissolve the "glue" between the complexion-dulling dead skin cells that accumulate with age, allowing them to be sloughed off, revealing fresh skin. Discolouration is minimized, pores can look smaller, and skin feels smoother. Overall, your skin is more luminous!

Keeps the Skin Soft and Moisturized

Dry skin is also more likely to show fine lines and wrinkles. Once skin dries out, it starts to chap, crack, and even get tiny tears in it. But don’t fret, squeaky clean skin doesn’t mean moisture-deprived - the fatty acids and triglycerides found in goats milk have moisturizing qualities that help keep skin baby soft. These essential fatty acids have a unique PH similar to humans, so it’s far less irritating than traditional cleansers and soaps and more easily absorbed by our skin. Hello hydration, goodbye pimples!

Cleanses Gently but Deeply

The key to youthful skin is getting rid of sweat, excess sebum, makeup and dirt accumulated on your face without stripping away essential oils. Gentle cleansers are able to fight pimples while keeping your skin looking young by retaining moisture and providing anti-aging benefits. Goat milk contains special properties that offer a natural, less harsh exfoliation for the skin, and antimicrobial properties that can eliminate and even prevent acne altogether. Lets break it down: If your skin is irritated and inflamed or delicate and dry, the last thing it needs is an abrasive product. By washing twice daily with goats milk your skin will stay clear, soft, and youthful.

 Gives Healthy and Nourished Skin

Goat’s milk is naturally packed with vitamins and anti-oxidants, which as a skincare ingredient, are a healing miracle. Together Vitamins such as A, B1, B6, B12, C, D, E, etc., have a naturally regenerative effect to brighten the complexion and give way to healthy new skin. While the lactic acid scrubs away dead skin cells, vitamins promote the growth of healthier, more youthful-looking skin. Specifically, studies on Vitamin A consistently show that it can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Protects from UV Damage

Sun exposure is a prime suspect for quick collagen loss because UV rays penetrate deep into the skin and can damage your deep collagen support structures. Collagen gives skin strength and elasticity, and is what makes younger skin look more full, and less lined. Goat milk contains lots of selenium, which can protect skin from the damaging ultraviolet rays of the sun.

So when are you going to give goats milk skincare a try?


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