When it comes to treating (and cleansing) your skin naturally, Goats Milk is a natural, very powerful ingredient that packs a lot of benefits.
When added as an ingredient in cold-process soaps, it's an amazing alternative to synthetic facial cleansers, body washes, and yes, even shampoos.
We source 100% Canadian goats milk to use in our handcrafted bars. Each premium soap bar is made by hand, and cured for 6 weeks. This allows the natural oils to settle and become dense - helping with longevity of the bar and creating a rich lather (a little goes a long way).
We take it a step further, by infusing raw, organic, sustainably-harvested sea kelp from the Atlantic in every bar. Sea kelp is a very powerful skin care tool for moisture content, reducing redness and inflammation, while being packed full of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients essential to building strong, healthy skin.
1) Cream - Natural fat helps boost moisturizing therapy for dry skin from the winter months.
2) Alpha hydroxy acids - Helps remove dead skin cells and clear pores. Leaving smoother, younger looking skin.
3) Vitamin A - Repairs skin tissues, helps reduce appearance of wrinkles, and offers irritation relief.
4) Selenium - Helps prevent excess skin damage from sun exposure.
1) Cleanse, Nourish, Moisturize & Protect.
As a moisturizing compound, it achieves all of these factors at once. Which is why it's such a powerful, natural, nourishing ingredient that's been used across the globe. It will not only help to clean your skin, but also provide nourishment, and repair any damage that's occurred. Goat's Milk is a top natural solution.
2) Keeps skin soft, preventing dry patches and flare ups
For those of us with sensitive skin, diagnosed conditions, or issues with dry skin - Goat's Milk is an amazing natural moisturizer, while also reducing inflammation (the culprit for typical irritation). By providing a strong, soft base for moisture, your skin will look and feel healthier.
3) Can help prevent premature aging signs
We all want to help turn back, or slow down the clock. Although we can't actually turn back time, we can be pro-active and seek-out products that benefit the longevity of our skin. By avoiding cheaper, synthetic skin care products, your skin is benefits from nourishing properties, rather than stripping the natural oils and exposing to chemical compounds. This all equates to healthier, younger-looking skin.
4) Reduced chance of break outs from acne, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis
Goat's Milk can help maintain PH balance, which helps skin repair faster. The name of the game here is 1) Reduce inflammation 2) Cleanse / clear pores 3) Moisturize and provide mineral content. Over time, it can have a significant impact on reducing the symptoms of many irritating skin conditions.
Our natural soap bar with Canadian goats milk is available now in Canada and the USA, with Free Shipping over $50. Only at NovaScotiaFisherman.com
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