Why Goat milk ? DIY REMEDIES.

DIY’s have always been very much interesting to me rather than all the market products not because they aren’t great but because home is where the heart is and so using all natural products always have provided me with great satisfaction.

DIY’s have been great as they have helped me understand my skin in a better way but the choice of choosing what to use and what not have always been a tough one.

Such was when I came across Goat milk and its benefits left me wondering if I should be using it or no .. I did give it a try and was truly AMAZED!! so here I am sharing it with you all.

Goat milk is rich in essential fatty acids and averages in 35% fatty acids making nutritionally whole some to cow milk. It contains precious skin minerals such as selenium , loaded with vitamin A , triglyceride and also contains anti-inflammatory properties.

Benefits for skin

Goat milk is another wonderful natural ingredient that just works wonders for skin. With the amazing minerals found in  it helps in delaying signs of aging , brightens the  skin keeping it smooth and moisturized.

Given are the following vitamins found in and how they help our skin rejuvenate.

  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids

Alpha hydroxy acid is an natural exfoliant which helps removing the dead cells and allows the renewal of new skin cells.

  • Vitamin A & E

These vitamins present in the goat milk  repair and renew damaged skin tissues. Also , Vitamin A helps fight acne and eczema.

  • Vitamin B6 & B12

Vitamin B6 and B12 helps with acne , uneven skin tone , wrinkles and dryness.

  • Vitamin C

This  reverses DNA damage and neutralizes free radicals.

  • Vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for skin cell growth. It  helps in wound healing and also maintaining healthy skin barriers.

  • Triglycerides

It is an anti-oxidant that repairs and protects skin.

  • Calcium

Calcium helps in protecting  against dry skin and fine wrinkling.

  • Rich butterfat

The butterfat present in goat milk softens the skin. It fills cracks in skin , seals water in which inturn hydrates and moisturizes the skin.


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