It’s been recently noted that when our skin is warm and moist it is the best time to moisturize. Let’s now move to the shower where our skin is most receptive to moisture intake.
Our Picks: Goat’s milk soap (full of natural vitamins, minerals, canola and other oils that are easily absorbable to the skin), Patchouli Rose Soap (a luxurious fragrance that lingers on your skin) or Boise de Rose Soap enriched with jojoba creating a rich facial soap.
Or, Glacial Marine Clay Body Scrub, which offers superior-hydrating ingredients of sweet almond oil, evening primrose and organic aloe vera with an essential oil blend designed to tone and rejuvenate the skin.
Benefits of Goat’s Milk
Generally, it’s important to avoid detergents to keep your skin healthy. I’ve never met a handmade goat’s milk soap that wasn’t far superior to commercial bars.
For those of us with sensitive skin, diagnosed conditions, or issues with dry skin – Goat’s Milk is an amazing natural moisturizer, while also reducing inflammation. The goat milk contains vitamins, minerals, creams, and alpha hydroxy acids, all of which can moisturize and protect your skin from the colder, winter air.
Temperature of Water
Sure, it super nice to get into a hot steamy shower, especially when it comes to our cold Canadian winters. It’s one of the best ways to warm up on a chilly winter day. But hot water takes a toll on your skin. If you forget to use one of these handcrafted, all-natural soaps made with goat’s milk, dry skin may be the result.