So why should you care? Because you’ve been deceived. For years, soap makers have been cutting manufacturing costs by substituting cheaper synthetic chemicals to replace higher quality, more expensive, natural ingredients.
Goat's milk soap provides so many incredible benefits to our skin, once you use it you won’t be able to deny its extra creaminess from the fatty acids providing our skin with moisturization and softens our skin every time we wash. It cleanses gently but deeply so it is not harsh on our skin and also soothes itchiness and inflammation that occurs in sensitive skin from conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. It is rich in Vitamin A which helps control acne and reduces wrinkles, it contains AHAs that assist in anti-aging and helps exfoliate dead skin cells, promotes collagen production, brightens skin, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on your skin.
Cocoa Butter - Research has shown that cocoa can protect the skin from wrinkles, sun exposure that leads to collagen damage! Cocoa Butter also forms a protective layer to hold moisture on your skin. It also contains phytochemicals that can slow skin aging by protecting against the sun's harmful UV rays.
Washing your face with soaps that have ultra-moisturizing ingredients such as shea and cocoa butter, high oleic acid oils, and turmeric. These ingredients can boost collagen and visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Now think of viruses like tiny grease balls that have bits of genetic information, surrounded by a coat of fat and protein and do not mix with water. When you mix soap with water together it causes these soap molecules to start emulsifying and mixing with the oils, then it starts pulling things apart. The side of the soap molecule that is attracted to fat burrows into the virus's fat and protein shell and breaks the coating.
Once you pull the virus apart, you are now able to rinse your hands and wash the virus and dirt away down the drain!
Most people don't know their own skin type, but that's the first and most important step to finding effective skincare for you. It's crucial to know your skin type because products don't all work the same for each skin type and may worsen your skin conditions as well. This is how you find out what your skin type is!