Already the ancient peoples knew the beneficial effects of goat milk for skin and health. Ancient Greek physician Hippocrates used the goat milk as a cure for many diseases. Even the claim that Zeus was the most powerful of all gods thanks to regular consumption of goat milk.
And why the goat milk is so beneficial?
It's because of its unique composition. It contains highly valuable proteins such as casein, globulin,
or albumin, but is also rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus and vitamins
A, B1, B2, B12, C, D, E, but also easily digestible fats. Besides containing AHA acids (specifically,
lactic acid and citric acid) and folic acid, which soften and moisturize dry skin and also additionally
have an antibacterial effect. Goat milk is also rich in antioxidants, ceramides or coenzyme Q10, which
fight against the signs of fatigue and aging.
The composition of goat milk causes, that while his consummation is our body protected from the harmful
effects of the environment and a wide range of diseases. It is less fat than cow milk so is drinking at
reducing diet. Goat's milk contains very small amounts of alpha S1 casein, so it can drink people with
lactose intolerance. For cosmetic purposes are mainly used two components of goat milk, fat and whey.
Why is goat milk used in cosmetics?
Cosmetics with goat's milk does not irritate and vice versa soothes, so it is very suitable for sensitive
and allergic skin. It is widely used to treat eczema, psoriasis and various rashes. It is also suitable
for problematic skin prone to acne formation. Ingredients help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and other
signs of aging skin. It is ideal for regeneration, softening and delivery of elasticity of the skin, helps
to correct minor defects of the skin. Goat milk is effective on sunburn because it can soothe burns and
promotes skin regeneration.