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Goats Milk vs Shea Butter

Updated: Oct 12, 2020


Shea Butter vs. Goat Milk

All-natural ingredients have their own benefits to the skin, but we want what’s best for our skin. We hear different benefits of many ingredients from numerous people, as each ingredient works differently on each person’s skin. SheaButter and Goat’s Milk are two hydrating components of soap that have everyone confused. Let’ see the benefits of each of these elements and how they are similar and how they differ.

Shea Butter

Shea butte


r is fat that is extracted from the nuts of the shea tree and is known for its hydrating properties. It has a buttery rich consistency that makes it ideal for use as a natural eye cream, lip balm, or body butter. It penetrates the skin and contains 60% fat, making it highly soothing.

Shea Butter’s numerous benefits:

Suitable for all skin types- Shea butter is technically a tree nut product, but unlike most tree nut products, it’s very low in the proteins that can trigger allergies. It doesn’t contain the ingredients that dry out the skin or clog pores.

Moisturization- It contains natural vitamins and fatty acids including linoleic, oleic, stearic, and palmitic acids. These natural oils quickly absorb into the skin, restoringthe barrier between your skin and the outside environment. It holds moisture in and reducing dryness.

Anti-Inflammatory- Lupeol cinnamate, found in Shea Butter is known to reduce skin inflammation and even potentially help avoid acne.

Antioxidant- Shea butter consists of vitamins A and E, that aids in antioxidant properties.Antioxidants are essential anti-aging agents that protect the skin cells from free radicals that can lead to


premature aging and fine lines.

Skin Smoothing- Shea aids in the skin’s natural collagen production, which helpsyour skin generate healthy new cells. This results in younger looking and fresh skin. This factor also prevents the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.

Goat’s Milk

Goat Milk Soap is a natural, toxin-free alternative to traditional soaps which has both hydrating and soothing effects. Goats Milk has a pH similar to that of human skin, making it easily absorbed into the skin. Its high levels of niacin (vitamin b3), triglycerides, and fatty acids aid moisturization and provide nourishment to the skin.

Benefits of Goat’s Milk Soap:

Gentle Cleanser- Goa


t’s milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids, which work by loosening the dead skin cells so they can break off easier.It gently cleanses the skin and rids it of impurities, without stripping the skin of natural oils.

Antibacterial- A fatty molecule in goat milk works to inhibit the growth of microbial organisms that help fight acne.

Reduces Sun Tan- Vitamin A plays a key role in the healing of damaged skin cells, so it helps your skin to regenerate. This gives your skin a radiant glow.

Nourishing- Other than fatty acids, citric acid, antioxidants, and amino acids, goat milk is packed with vitamins such as A, B1, B6, B12, C, D, E and minerals such as copper, iron, magnesium, zinc, selenium, etc. These vital elements nourish the skin.

Anti


-aging- Being rich in Vitamin A, C, and E, which are powerful antioxidants that prevent free radicals from causing aging.

Exfoliant- It eliminates the dead layer of skin, causing the new skin cells to reveal themselves.

Moisturization- Goat milk is a natural moisturizer that readily absorbs into the skin. It creates a hydration barrier around your skin, making it soft and smooth.

Skin Healing- Goat Milk has anti-microbial effects that aid in healing skin infections caused by dry skin, like Eczema, Rosacea, and Psoriasis.

Both ingredients have their own unique properties and are highly beneficial to our skin.


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