Why Goat Milk?
What's all the buzz about Goat Milk? Is it safe for those with sensitive skin? Is it just another fad like Goat Yoga, or is this a product that is around to stay? How will it benefit your clients?
In case you didn't know, Goat milk has been around for a very long, long time. It's said that Cleopatra regularly bathed in goat milk to keep her skin soft, supple, and glowing. This dates back to 51 to 30 BC and we can follow the use of Goat Milk all the way to the 21st century. So, it's not a new thing but it is definitely having a resurgence in recent years.
Scientific research is constantly informing us about the human body. It disproves outdated information and allows us to make improvements in our lives and in our health. The beauty industry relies on this research to perfect skincare products that allow our clients to age gracefully.
One reason why Goat Milk is making a resurgence is because we're learning more and more about the microbiome that exists in the human body - and in the skin. And that is one reason why Goat Milk is gaining in popularity and usefulness.
Goat Milk has many benefits to the skin but one that is especially noted is the reparative benefits to the skin's protective barrier. When the skin barrier becomes compromised it can present as dry skin, skin tone issues, skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, acne, and more.
Goat milk contains many skin-friendly ingredients from vitamin A, minerals like selenium, natural fats and oils (humectant), and lactic acid (which is an alpha hydroxy acid).
This means Goat Milk offers the following benefits:
- maintaining healthy skin
- repairing and strengthening the skin barrier
- prevent premature aging
- improve fine lines and wrinkles
- gentle exfoliation
- brightens skin by reducing melanin (brown spots)
- relieves dry skin
- sooths sensitive skin
- seals in moisture
Goat Milk is ideal for those who struggle with skin sensitivities. It is one of the gentlest ingredients in skincare. Sensitive skin improves because Goat Milk nourishes and promotes a stronger skin barrier. This means sufferers of eczema, rosacea, dry, itchy skin experience lasting relief!
Goat Milk is a fantastic preventative product to keep skin youthful looking longer. With natural humectants, minerals and vitamins, skin is nourished. Nourished skin is beautiful skin.
When Goat Milk is formulated with complimentary ingredients, like those found in Dr. Esthe's Goat Milk products, it's the perfect solution for the days the skin is allowed to rest from aggressive anti-aging treatments.
Yes, Goat Milk in skincare is here to stay - because it works!
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