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A Healthier Alternative to Harsh Commercial Products
At Just Kidd'n Ewe Farms, we're big on natural products! Why? Because we know that our all-natural goat milk soaps and lotions are not only great for your skin, they're a healthier alternative to the commercial products available on the market today.
Our goat milk soap will: Rejuvenate and nourish your skin Make your skin vibrant and youthful Leave your skin kissably clean Relieve dry, irritated skin Goat Milk Soap Makes Skin Vibrant and Youthful
The alpha hydroxy acids in goat’s milk attack the “glue” that keep dead skin cells
bound together. When the soap breaks these bonds, those dry, lifeless cells fall off to reveal that young, healthy skin that is hidden beneath. Goat milk is loaded with vitamins and minerals which promote healthy skin function, protect against free radicals and facilitate skin renewal. Because goat milk can penetrate the layer of dead cells and is easily absorbed by the skin, it delivers key nutrients where it matters - to the living tissue that can actually use it. Combine these awesome benefits of goat's milk along with the coconut, olive, and palm oil found in every bar and you’ve got a rejuvenating power elixir that is ideal for your skin.
A Gentle Yet Effective Cleanser
Most commercial soaps rely on harsh detergents to clean the skin. These detergents, along with a myriad of chemicals found in commercial skin care
products (like alcohols, parabens, dyes, and synthetic preservatives), do more
harm than good. Has a bar of soap ever dried your skin out or caused you to itch like crazy? You'll be happy to know that our goat milk soap won't! That’s because our soap is made from goat’s milk, olive oil, coconut oil, and palm oil. These all-natural ingredients are known for their skin-soothing effects and rejuvenating benefits. When you compare these ingredients with petroleum-derived detergents, you’ll begin to understand why synthetic skincare products irritate your skin. You can use our goat milk soap on your hands, body, face, and even as shampoo!
Softens and Moisturizes the Skin
The fatty acids and proteins of goat milk work with the premium skincare oils and quality glycerin to moisturize and hydrate your skin.
Moisturize vs. Hydrate: What’s the difference?
Moisturizing is the act of applying a moisture barrier to your skin, and with our soap, that barrier consists of the fat molecules from goat milk, coconut oil, olive oil and palm oil. This coats all of those little cracks and gaps between cells, seals the moisture in, and leaves your skin feeling supple and smooth. Think of cream cheese on toast. Hydration is the act of attracting and filling dry skin cells with water. Did you know that if you’re dehydrated, your skin actually loses its elasticity? Pinch your skin while dehydrated and let go, the skin will stay “tented” for some time before it returns to normal. The proteins and fats found in goat milk and glycerin penetrate the skin then attract and hold water. This drawing of water into the actual cells leaves your skin feeling firm and tight. The moisturizing and hydrating qualities of goat milk soap can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Once you try our goat milk soap, you won't want to go back to anything else again! It's the goat milk that is the amazing and "not-so-secret" ingredient in our fabulous soaps! Fresh goat milk is a wonderful thing and is the key natural ingredient in all of our soaps here at Just Kidd'n Ewe Farms. Every bar of our soap has over 26% goat milk!
Why is goat milk so great? Find out below.
Goat milk is easily absorbed by your skin. This is critical. Your skin is a barrier that keeps the bad stuff out, which is great! But in order for any substance to penetrate your skin, it must first make its way past the tightly packed layers of dead skin cells that cover the outside of the epidermis, or outermost layer of skin.
These dead skin cells also contain glycolipids which effectively “waterproof” your skin. They keep “outside water” out and “inside water” in. Fats, though, are not repelled by the glycolipids. Since goat milk is comprised of medium chain fatty acids (such as capric, caprylic, and caproic acids) and short protein strands, it can easily navigate this densely compacted maze of dead skin cells, penetrate the glycolipid “waterproof” barrier, and reach the layers of living tissue hidden beneath. Goat milk’s aptitude for increased absorption allows for intense hydration of the skin and effective delivery of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K to the living tissue hidden beneath the barrier of dead skin cells. It naturally penetrates the skin's defenses and delivers synthetic vitamins to living tissue.
The natural lactic acid of goat milk helps to remove dead skin cells by
weakening the bonds between them. Imagine a handyman scraping the shingles
off a roof with a shovel. The ugly, dead skin cells are removed revealing youthful, supple skin.
Random Fact: One of the top ingredients of dust is dead skin cells. In fact, the
average person sheds over eight pounds of skin a year!
The fat molecules in goat milk moisturize the skin by penetrating deeply to fill in the “cracks” and effectively seal the water in. The proteins in goat milk (amino acids) act as a humectant – which attract water molecules like a magnet attracts iron. The actions of both proteins and fats in goat milk work in conjunction to dynamically hydrate and moisturize the skin.
Goat milk can help repair damaged skin, maintain healthy skin, and reduce wrinkles. Vitamins A and E help with skin rejuvenation through the promotion of epidermal differentiation. What is epidermal differentiation? In short, it’s the process of skin renewal. Skin cells are constantly being created at the base of the
epidermis. Once new cells have been created, they begin working their way to the
outermost surface of your skin. During their pilgrimage, they undergo several changes and perform different functions before they finally die and fall off.
Vitamin A and E are anti-oxidants which can decrease the potential oxidative stress in your skin by neutralizing free radicals before any damage occurs. What are free radicals and how are they created? Free radicals are the atoms that are missing an electron which causes them to become unstable. In an effort to stabilize, they steal electrons from other atoms which can harm cellular DNA resulting in wrinkles, fine lines, and dry skin. Sun damage is one of the most common causes of free radicals. Antioxidants like vitamins A and E donate an electron to free radicals so that they don’t have to take electrons from your healthy cells.
The end result is supple, youthful skin that cannot be ignored!
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