Ingredients: Buttermilk & Goat's Milk
As a soapmaker, I love to explore different liquid ingredients that add benefits to my soaps. My exploring has led me to cider, wine, beer, tea, and milk. As you know from our Coconut Milk blog, milks can add skin-softening goodness to soap. Two of our favorite milks are buttermilk and goat’s milk. Both are deliciously rich and packed with healthy nutrients for your skin.
Fresh goat’s milk spoils quickly, so I use the goat’s milk powder instead for our goat’s milk soap. I have found that the powder is easier to add to my soaping oils and have crafted my recipes accordingly so they use the powdered form.
Buttermilk is used in several of our artisan soaps because it adds a creamy moisture and a rich lather. It gently exfoliates the dead skin cells away to expose the skin’s healthy glow. Deep-cleaning and astringent properties keeps your skin looking its youngest! Here are our products with creamy buttermilk!
Goat’s milk richly moisturizes dry skin, so we use it in our Goats and Oats Artisan Soap and our Black Salt Clay Soap for shaving. Let your skin enjoy!
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