+Plus HEALTH with the upsurge in natural and organic forms of body care, the use of goat’s milk has been gaining a lot of attention. Goat’s milk has many amazing health benefits, including supplementing our immune system and helping to sustain healthy bones and blood sugars. Aside from the obvious health benefits that can be attained from drinking goat’s milk, there are other ways to enjoy this form of dairy. The use of goat’s milk in body care products is one such way that this is done. Interested in finding out how you can incorporate this form of dairy in your body care regimen? Let’s deep dive into how to use goat milk products for body care. One of the most common ways that people the world over have incorporated goat’s milk in their body care regimen is in the form of soap. Goat’s milk soap is nothing like the sodium lauryl sulfate blends that most people use today. Instead, it has a wide range of benefits – without the harsh chemicals. AN INCREASING NUMBER OF COMPANIES ARE TURNING TO GOAT MILK AS A BODY CARE PRODUCT. Almost 80 per cent of all people between the age of 11 and 30 get an acne breakout at some point in their life. It’s easy to see why goat milk’s acne-fighting capabilities are so well received. Goat’s milk has antibacterial agents that delay the growth of bacteria. This helps to reduce and treat acne because breakouts are fueled by bacteria and oil clogging the pores of the skin. We can all agree that we can do without ageing. If you feel particularly strong about that sentiment, you’ll be happy to know that goat’s milk soap helps to slow down the ageing process! How? Goat’s milk has a high lactic acid content, as well as other alpha-hydroxy acids. These types of acids break down dead skin cell bonds and remove them from the surface much quicker than sodium lauryl sulfate blend soaps. This gives skin cells the chance to regenerate quicker and gives the appearance of more youthful skin. If you suffer from inflammation in various areas of your body, goat’s milk soap may be the solution you’re looking for. It has a high-fat molecule content, which makes it a creamy moisturizer. In addition, goat’s milk soap also soothes dry and damaged skin. The essential oils and vitamins found in goat’s milk help to fight bodily inflammation and other discomforts. It contains vitamin E, C, D, B6, B12, and B1. These nutrients not only improve your skin, they are also leeched into your body. + GOAT MILK The essential oils and vitamins found in goat’s milk help to fight bodily inflammation and other discomforts 82 Blue Mountainslife To view this magazine in full go to: www.pocketmags.com/au/blue-mountains-life-magazine