Get The Benefits Of Goat’s Milk Soap From Black Owned Brands

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 unsplash-logoKristina Balić

Goat’s milk is different from cow’s milk in several ways.  Goat’s milk contains higher levels of magnesium, potassium, and lactic acid; and the fat particles are smaller.  Goat’s milk also contains ample amounts of calcium, Vitamins A and B,  and fatty acids.  These properties contribute to the moisturizing, skin softening, and exfoliating properties of beauty products made with goat’s milk.  Additionally, soap made with goat’s milk is said to help with eczema.  In reviewing companies on ShopWithLeslie, I was moved by the stories and testimonials provided by some vendors about the usefulness of their products to remedy eczema and other skin conditions.

There are many choices of goat’s milk soap from black owned brands.

  • Bubble Bistro offers a “honey cream luxe” moisture bar that includes honey, hemp seed oil, and fair trade shea butter.
  • Cream & Coco offers a “pear riesling sweetcream” goat’s milk bar that also exfoliates.
  • Divine Clementine’s Soap on a Rope offers several different types of goat’s milk soaps made with various herbs.
  • Elle Skincare Co. makes a “soothe soap” in different sizes made with goat’s milk, lavender and chamomile essential oils, and oatmeal.
  • Ixora Botanical Beauty offers “oats galore” and  “lavender lemon” bars made with goat’s milk.
  • La Belle Femme offers a “goat’s milk and honey” luxury soap that exfoliates and rejuvenates.
  • Maurita’s Essentials (ME) offers a “goat’s milk, lemongrass, & lavender bar.”
  • Petals Bath Boutique offers several different soaps enriched with goat’s milk.
  • Smell Good Spa offers several customized soaps that are made with goat’s milk.

I hope you find a goat’s milk soap product that works for you.  Also, Shop With Leslie is now on Patreon (as of August 2018).  Patrons receive additional  and exclusive content.  Happy Shopping!

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References

  1. Arora, R., Bhojak, N., & Joshi, R.  “Comparative Aspacts of Goat and Cow Milk.”  International Journal of Engineering Science Inventionhttp://www.ijesi.org/papers/Vol(2)1/B210710.pdf  December, 2013
  2. Bhandari, Bhesh.  “With fat globules, size matters.”  https://www.foodprocessing.com.au/content/processing/article/with-fat-globules-size-matters-193611797 31 August, 2017
  3. Jackson, Kristen Collins.  “Using goat’s milk for hair & skin benefits may be your best beauty decision this year.”  https://www.bustle.com/articles/123717-using-goats-milk-for-hair-skin-benefits-may-be-your-best-beauty-decision-this-year 3 December, 2015
  4. McLaughlin, Sharon T. “What is the benefit of goat milk soap?”    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/sharon-t-mclaughlin-md-facs/what-is-the-benefit-of-go_b_9286700.html 23 February, 2017
  5. Miley, Michelle. “The good things goat’s milk soap does for the skin.”  https://www.livestrong.com/article/176480-the-good-things-goats-milk-soap-does-for-the-skin/ 14 August, 2017
  6. Sharma, R., Sanodiya, B. S., Thakur, G. S., Jaiswal, P., Pal., S., Sharma, A., & Bisen, P. S. “Characterization of Lactic Acid Bacteria from Raw Milk Samples of Cow, Goat, Sheep, Camel and Buffalo with Special Elucidation to Lactic Acid Production.”  http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/BMRJ_8/2013/Sep/Sharma342013BMRJ4860.pdf September 2013

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