"JUST GOATS MILK SOAP" - Happy Easter to everyone! -
by Caress By Nature Australia
Using goat milk soap on the skin is highly effective in providing eczema relief. Those who suffer from severe eczema should use an unscented soap in order to reduce the possibility of further irritants. You should also switch to an unscented laundry soap that is not made with detergents, irritants, or optical brighteners.
This Goats Milk Soap we created are for those who needs the best, purest and mildest soap to deeply moisturize their skin to relieve eczema.
Our JUST goats milk soap (UNSCENTED) contains the following:
** 100% Pure Fresh Goats Milk - Goat Milk has been used since ancient times as a natural cleanser. It is one of the finest moisturizers and has excellent emollient properties and contains vitamin A, and several B vitamins including riboflavin, niacin, B6, B12.
Goat milk actually 'feeds' the skin and permeates through the cell walls delivering calcium similiar to patches applied to the skin. The PH of goat milk is closer to skin's own natural PH which reduces the surface tension of skin, allowing it to absorb the moisturizing effects of goat milk and the glycerin which is a natural by-product of soap making.
** Pure Unrefined Coconut Oil - Unrefined, virgin coconut oil is an effective eczema remedy because it is a healthy, natural moisturizer with anti-inflammatory properties. It works to provide immediate relief, soothing irritation and redness in dry skin. The moisture also helps stop the skin flaking. And since unrefined coconut oil has amazing antibacterial, antifungal properties, it can also help keep the area clean and help prevent infection.
** Virgin Olive Oil - Olive oil shows some promise as an eczema treatment. Its skin-healing benefits have made olive oil a natural skin treatment for centuries. Olive oil has a high content of polyphenols---antioxidants that slow down the aging process of the skin and other bodily cells.
** Organic Moroccan Argan Oil - Eczema and psoriasis are two skin complex skin conditions that dermatologists generally prescribe medicated ointments for. While eczema has a number of external triggers, such as allergens and irritants, psoriasis is actually linked to a deficiency in the immune system. Still, both of these conditions produce dry and rough patches of skin that can become painful and get infected when scratched. Instead of spending money on medicated ointments that offer temporary relief, using argan oil can actually help to treat eczema, while relieving patches during breakouts associated with plaque psoriasis.
** Castor Bean Oil - Ricinoleic acid, the main ingredient in castor oil, has antiseptic abilities. When used, castor oil eliminates bacteria from the surface of the skin and penetrates to kill even deeper bacteria. Castor oil will not dry out the skin. Instead, castor oil benefits the skin by calming inflammation and leaving the skin hydrated.
Other Factors That Will Help Relieve ECZEMA
- Avoid soaps with harsh chemicals or allergens, especially the fragrance linalool.
- Avoid hot showers for a prolonged period
- Avoid irritating fabrics like wool
- Consider installing a water-softener for hard water
- Get rid of bed bugs and other dust mites
- Don’t scratch and keep nails short and clean
- Expose the area to sunlight for about 15-20 minutes about every day or so
- Check for any food allergies such as to wheat or dairy and eliminate accordingly