Wildflower honey, lavender and creamy goats milk

Spotlight on Goats Milk

From a skin point of view I knew I wanted to use goats milk in my soap making, I have long been aware of the gentle skin nurturing benefits it offers. The silky, luxurious lather of goat milk soap tends to be much less drying than other types of soap formulas, leaving the skin soft and supple, it hydrates and brightens the skin by removing dead skin cells resulting in younger looking, smoother skin.

I personally have always loved goats milk, I have drunk it all my life, it has innumerable health benefits:

  • Goats milk has been used since ancient times as a natural cleanser.
  • Goats milk properties are unique, they include fine moisturising and emollient properties. high in proteins, vitamins and minerals, particularly vitamin A, necessary for  repairing damaged skin tissue ultimately maintaining skin health.
  • The cream molecules of the milk help boost the moisturising quality of the soap, it will never dry the skin, it prompts cell renewal.
  • Goats milk will truly benefit your skin’s health, it is great for irritated, allergy prone skin, dry, sensitive skins, eczema, psoriasis and acne prone skin.
  • Goats milk has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.