The Best Type of Soap for Your Skin …

What is the best type of soap for your skin? This article will answer that question – you’ll never have to wonder again.

Goat milk soap, made with fresh goat milk straight from the farm, contains vitamins, minerals, and cream, as well as alpha hydroxy acids that make it the #1 overall soap for your skin. It has a unique kind of cream, which is the fat used in the soap, and quality fat is essential to any soap. Goat milk soap from off the farm also doesn’t contain harsh detergents or chemicals either. For people with sensitive or dry skin, especially in the winter months, it’s the perfect solution.

So what are some of these nutrients?

1.) Vitamins
Goat milk is high in vitamin A which is great for repairing damaged skin tissue. Several medical studies show that facial creams made with vitamin A reduce wrinkles, lines, help with acne, and also can relieve psoriasis. And it doesn’t contain just vitamin A. It also has essential nutrients like vitamin D, C, B1, B6, B12, and E, that nourish the skin and are easily absorbed into the body.

2.) Minerals
Selenium is a mineral that is found in goat milk. This mineral has been found in medical studies to play a big role in preventing skin cancer, as well as helping protect the skin from honey almond vanillasun damage.

3.) Cream
The cream that is present in goat milk is essential to the moisturizing properties of the soap. The cream in goat milk is an anti-inflammatory. This is likely why it really works on eczema. Fat molecules are an important part of making good soap, and it also helps a lot with dry skin in the winter months – it won’t dry out your skin like other soaps will.

4.) Alpha Hydroxy Acid
Dead skin cells are hard to remove – thus the invention of skin scrubs and masks. But something that removes dead skin cells really well is something called alpha hydroxy acid. This acid also helps delay signs of aging, because studies have shown that it prevents lines and wrinkles. Goat’s milk soap has a high content of alpha hydroxy acids such as lactic acid. These acids break down the bonds of dead skin, removing dead skin cells from the skin’s surface and leaving behind new cells on the surface that appear smoother and more youthful.

Your skin can benefit from using handmade goat milk soap, with no chemicals, preservatives, or harsh detergents like what is found in commercially available soaps.

Harmony Lane Goats is a beautiful goat milk farm that offers beautiful, handcrafted goat milk soap as well a nutritious raw goat milk through a herd share program.

Mark and Julie David, the owners of Harmony Lane Goats, have 60 ADGA (American Dairy Goat Association) registered dairy goats; Harmony lane-Julie and goatAlpines, Saanens, Toggenburgs, and LaManchas.

Situated on 44 acres east of Nashville, their farm has array of abundant foliage that the goats love to browse on, including blackberry fence rows in the back of the property, they drink from the natural spring and this helps to produce better milk and an all around healthier goat.

Check out their page on my Tennesseans For Raw Milk website.  Here is the link to it http://tennesseansforrawmilk.com/harmony-lane-goats/. 

They offer raw goat milk cheeses, too. They would like to try to start delivering to major metropolitan areas across TN, like Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.

Contact them by clicking here.

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About 

An author, speaker, and health copywriter, Shawn Dady is also the president of Tennesseans For Raw Milk and the Nashville/Brentwood/Franklin Chapter Leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is a consultant and nationwide influencer for people on health and wellness issues and has been in the industry for more than 20 years.