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A soap with boost of essential fatty acids, probiotics, and vitamins

In addition to lactic acid, “goat milk contains fatty acids that help repair the skin barrier, probiotics to encourage the growth of normal skin flora, and vitamin A to help gently exfoliate.

Benefits of Brightening Goat Milk bar soap for Skin

  • Great For Sensitive Skin: According to Green, goat milk and human skin have the same pH. Because of this, goat milk is incredibly nourishing, even for the most sensitive skin. “Skincare products containing goat milk as an ingredient won’t disturb the natural skin microbiome of those with extra sensitivities,” Green explains.
  • Gentle Way to Deliver Powerful Ingredients: While goat milk is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin, Green assures us that it’s still incredibly powerful, thanks to its rich combination of vitamins, fats, and probiotics, all of which can be beneficial for all skin types.
  • Can Reduce Redness and Irritation: Thanks to its rich fatty acid make-up, goat milk is super soothing, too. “These fatty acids (capric, caprylic, caproic) may have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties,” board-certified dermatologist Blair Murphy Rose adds, noting that the milk has skin-soothing properties which can reduce redness and itching.
  • Makes an Effective Humectant: When it comes to skincare products, Green says that goat milk is a humectant, meaning it draws moisture from the environment and helps the skin retain it.
  • Contains a High Concentration of Lactic Acid: Green shares that one of the key selling points of goat milk in skincare is the fact that it’s loaded with lactic acid, a gentle alpha-hydroxy acid that helps to slough away dead skin cells and reveal smoother, brighter skin underneath. “The exfoliative properties of goat milk help keep the skin healthy, refreshed, and renewed by removing the top layer of dead skin and eliminating underlying impurities,
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