So it’s winter time here in Perth and that means more and more hot showers leaving your skin dry and in much need of moisturization.
I discovered Goat soap and started to research the benefits of using this soap. I have found that it maintains moisture in my skin and I am not left with dry skin. Winter is one of the worst months to maintain moisture in the skin because more people tend to take more hot showers and this means your skin is prone to dryness.
Benefits of using products with Goat’s Milk
- Goat’s milk soap has proteins that kill bacteria that produces acne. It would be a natural alternative to mainstream products that may contain many harsh chemicals
- It contains many vitamins that help to nourish your skin and maintain it’s health. Vitamins include A, C, E, B1, B6 and B12.
- Because goat’s milk does not contain harsh chemicals, it is beneficial for those of sensitive skins or those with skin conditions such as eczema. It reduces skin irritations or itchiness.
- Goat’s milk reduces the signs of aging and reduces wrinkles based on the skin repairing components that the vitamins provide.
- The creamy components from goat’s milk helps your skin from going dry and promotes moisture in your skin.
- Goat’s milk has a pH level which is close to human’s pH level. This means that it allows nutrients to enter our skin, reduces drynesss whilst also preventing chemicals or bacteria entering the skin.
- Due to it containing hydra-alphoxy acids, this helps promotes skin rejuvenation meaning that it also helps in removing dead skin cells.
Those were just some of the benefits I found online but there is so much Goat’s milk can offer in maintaining natural, soft looking skin and preventing your skin from aging faster. You can even drink Goat’s milk if you really wanted to
My bar of soap had Lemon Myrtle which is a plant that is abundant is South Queensland. It really does have a fresh lemon scent which I found comes from the leaves of the plant.
So I bought my bar of soap for $3.99 for Chemist Warehouse from a company called core-metrics. They don’t sell it off their website so I can only assume this is sold in chemists or pharmacies around Australia.
Here are some other sites I found that sell Goat’s Milk soap online:
Billy Goat Soap – $8.95
Goat Milk Stuff – As low as US $3.95 – liked this site very much because of the flavour range with so many choices!
Sassy Goat Milk Shop – as low as US$4.00
The Karma Soap Company – $6.00 – like the offer of a $5 voucher just for subscribing, so essentially you pay $1 for testing the soap
Goat’s Milk Soap Creations – $4.95
Moogoo – $6.90
As far as I could tell, most of these companies shipped internationally and I usually list items in Australian dollars unless otherwise specified. I have got to say there are so many companies out there offering handmade goat’s milk soap! I guess it’s finding what product suits you best and the customer service from that seller. I think it is reasonably priced and I think the benefits are remarkable for moisturizing your skin.
I wanted to share the label on my soap because I thought it was cute! Orangutang safe LOL!