5 Reasons to Use Goats Milk Soap and Where I Buy Mine

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Consumers {myself included} are becoming more aware of the mass  production chemically laden commercial body care products. Is it a ploy to save money and cut production costs – yes, likely. We are all looking for ways to save money- so can you blame them?

Unfortunately, these cost cutting measures are coming at an extreme cost – our health! Sadly, over the years, these chemical based products have gone from ‘personal care’ to ‘personally destructive’ cancer causing silent killers: from hormone disrupting phthalates, heavy metals, to toxic surfactants. Heck, I personally have not worn deodorant in almost 10 years – we are still friends right?

Today I’m sharing another gradual change we have been making over the years – can you say good bye commercial sodium laurel sulfate {that’s a mouth full, right?} it’s much easier to say ‘hello’ goats milk soap.

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5 Reasons to Use Goat Milk Soap

Delays Signs of Aging – the high levels of alpha-hydroxy acid [naturally occurring} work with the skin rather than breaking it down or ‘burning’ ones skin. Alpha-dydroxy simply breaks down the dead skin cells  leaving behind ‘new’, smoother, and more youthful cells. No chemical acids. No additives. Just nature doing it’s thing!

Anti-Infalamatory Properties– the fat molecules in goats milk soap acts as a moisturizer. Allowing the body to heal naturally soothing those damaged skin cells.

Essential Vitamin and Nutrient Rich– using goats milk soap is like singing the alphabet; A, D, C, B1, B6, B12, and E – wasn’t that fun?!? There have been many studies on the benefits of vitamin A reducing lines and wrinkles. Goats milk is also rich in selenium. Although, over the counter soaps may contain calcium, sodium, and iron – most of these elements are found in our water and therefore, aren’t really a benefit after all {they are simply fillers}.

Treats Acne – the antibacterial properties of goats milk soap have been found to delay micro organisms that cause pesky acne.

Dry Skin? No more – the cream in goats milk serves as a natural moisturizers in every wash. Out with the dead skin cells and in with the new.

So, where do I buy mine? Sunshine Meadow Farms!!

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One of my personal favorites is “Sunset Cowboy” – I literally could just leave a bar in every room because yes, it smells that good!!

Are you familiar with the benefits of Activated Charcoal? If not, maybe I’ll save that for a newsletter or upcoming post 😉 In the meantime check out this gem –

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Get your Activated Charcoal Goat’s Milk Soap {Unscented} Here  – Enriched with activated charcoal and left unscented. Bars are 3.1 oz in size.

Ok, so your not quite ready to ditch your everyday body wash – then maybe ‘butter up’ this winter and treat your skin to a little ‘home spa’ treatment with Sunshine Meadow Farms; Solid Lotion Bar – easy to use, no messy squeeze tubes, great for travel, and makes a great gift stocking stuffer!

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Your skin is your largest organ – and absorbs 60% of the products used topically. So, shop small and treat your body to what it deserves – an all natural alternative to the commercial chemical laden products we have become accustom to buying. After all, if you want a different result then you have to do things differently.

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3 comments

  1. Karen says:

    Jenny – I love this post! I’m going to check out the website and order some. Do you use activated charcoal? Please do a post on it if you do – I’ve read about it but don’t know anyone who has actually used it. Thanks!

    • Jenny Irvine says:

      It is not something I use daily – but, I do keep it on handy mostly for allergic reactions and bug stings. My mom has used it to whiten her teeth and I have a friend who swears by it for clearing acne….so many uses in such a scary looking black powder. lol.

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