Goat Milk Powder Cleanser
The lactic acid found in goat milk helps in brightening your complexion by decreasing the brown pigmentation in your skin. The results can be a lightening complexion, it acts as a gentle cleanser for dry skin as it is rich in nutrients, fatty acids and cholesterol. Which makes a large portion of the skin membrane a lack of these components in your skin leads to dryness and irritation. Furthermore, milk is a good source of vitamin A it has anti-aging properties. Finally, it contains Selenium, a mineral that has been shown to maintain a healthy skin membrane. It can also help with the symptoms of psoriasis, such as dry skin. Normally your skin lipid barriers slow moisture loss that’s why low lipid levels can lead to excess moisture loss and dry, irritated and tight skin. People with certain dry skin conditions mainly psoriasis, eczema often have lower levels of lipid such as cholesterol, Ceramides and fatty acids in the skin. The lipid barrier must be repaired and rehydrated in order to help dry skin. Goat milk is high in cholesterol and fatty acid levels may replace missing fats while providing moisture to allow better water retention. It’s a natural exfoliant, the goat milk contains AHA’s which is alpha-hydroxy acids that are used to treat a variety of skin conditions such as a scar, aging spots and hyperpigmentation due to the natural ability to exfoliate. Lactic acid, a naturally occurring AHA found in goat milk, has been shown to strip the top layer of dead skin cells gently, resulting in a more youthful appearance. It promotes a balanced skin microbiome by gently extracting dirt without stripping your skin’s natural lipids or healthy bacteria. Preserving your skin’s microbiome strengthens your skin’s barrier against pathogens, potentially preventing. Moreover, goat milk contains probiotics like Lactobacillus which is responsible for producing lactic acid it has shown anti-inflammatory effects including the body and skin. It may prevent acne also although promising treatment for acne varies from person to person therefore consult a dermatologist or health care professional to ensure the usage of the best product for your skin.