Goat Milk Soap Benefits

The Fatty Acids Soften and Moisturize the Skin

The fatty acids and proteins of goat milk work with the premium skincare oils and glycerin to moisturize and hydrate the skin. But, there's a difference between moisturizing and hydrating the skin.

Moisturizing is the act of coating your skin with a moisture barrier, and in this case, the fat molecules from goat milk, coconut oil, olive oil, and palm oil. This coats all of those little cracks and gaps between cells, seal the moisture in, and leaves skin feeling smooth and supple. Think of cream cheese spread over toast. Hydration is the act of attracting and filling cells with water.

The alpha-hydroxy acids in goat milk attack the "glue" that binds dead skin cells together. With these bonds are broken, those dry, lifeless cells are removed to reveal young, healthy skin beneath.

It Does Wonders to Soothe Sensitive Skin

We started making goat milk soap to relieve Chance's eczema (read more about our story here), and it worked! In fact, many other Bend Soap Company enthusiasts have found that our goat milk soap has significantly reduced their eczema, psoriasis, or dry skin. If you're interested in learning the "how" behind what goat milk soap does for your skin (or if you're just a soap nerd like us), check out The Science of Goat Milk Soap.

We started making goat milk soap to relieve Chance's eczema (read more about our story here), and it worked! In fact, many other Bend Soap Company enthusiasts have found that our goat milk soap has significantly reduced their eczema, psoriasis, or dry skin. If you're interested in learning the "how" behind what goat milk soap does for your skin (or if you're just a soap nerd like us), check out The Science of Goat Milk Soap.

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