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Goat Milk: A Skin Beauty Treatment You Can Buy at the Grocery Store

Much Cheaper Than Over Priced Beauty Treatments
Beauty product can be expensive. The beauty products that promise the most amazing results using have the most expensive price tag. Today more and more beauty products are announcing using natures own products to create a truly beautiful result. Ingredients such as honey, lemon,
vitamin c, and olive oil are popular in today's most successful beauty products.

So if Este Lauder, L'oreal, and other popular beauty product lines can benefit by adding these products - so can you! At home DIY beauty is becoming more and more popular. Women today are becoming more frugal with the economy and really getting back to what works. We are all tired of the expensive beauty products, many of which fail to measure up to their promises. So when taking beauty to a new level - get back to nature!

Let me introduce you to goat milk! Yes, you heard me correctly, goat's milk. Goat milk has a myriad of benefits for the skin. You can see goats milk as an active ingredient in many of today's top beauty treatments.

Goat Milk:

Where you have seen it:

Crabtree & Evelyn Goatmilk Comforting Body Cream Retail $28.00

Canus Goat's Milk Foaming Milk Bath Retail $10.00

Kate Somerville Goat Milk Cream Retail $55.00


Goat milk conditions the skin and is highly moisturizing. It serves as a great beauty treatment in the bath. Simply purchase goat milk (from farm, or canned from grocery store) and add two cups to a warm bath and soak. You will immediately notice your skin feels silky smooth. Don't get squeamish - this is too good of a skin treatment to throw away on fist appearances!

Goat's milk has smaller proteins, making it easily and quickly absorbed into the skin. Goat milk is a well known beauty aid in fighting and treating serious skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Goat milk's high content of lactic acid makes goat milk a perfect moisturizer!

Goat milk can also serve as a great exfoliant. After skin is treated with goat's milk, old skin cells easily slough off. To aid in the process, you can add some baking soda and goat milk, making a paste. With firm pressure, rub goat mil and baking soda paste onto your skins most
dehydrated and flaky areas and watch your skin be renewed! That's the potent power of goat milk.

Using goat's milk in beauty treatments is nothing new. It's one of those oldies but goodies dating back to biblical times. Just as honey and olive oil, goat milk is a great old time ingredient to keep in your beauty arsenal.

Where to buy:

You can buy goat milk in most grocery stores, although it is usually canned and sold with other canned milks. You would probably find it near the evaporated milk, condensed milk and even coconut milk. Optimally you would purchase milk from a farm. Raw goat milk is the best of the best and takes the cream of the crop award for beauty. But don't worry - if you are unable to obtain it from a farm. Even out of a can, goat milk packs a powerful punch to creating smooth, radiant, silky, and supple skin.

So next time your at the grocery store, think of your beauty and your skin and pick up some goat milk! You will be glad you did.