Goat soap is ideal for everyone and those with dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, acne, allergies having sensitive skin, goat soap is a god -send. It leaves your skin revive and ready for the daily element. I like to share with you about some of the contents in goat soap and compare them to some thing around us every day.
Let start with this.
The contents contained in goat soap are glycerin, which helps to draw moisture to the skin. Triglycerides which help enable the bidirectional transference of adipose fat and blood glucose from the liver. Caprylic acid which is also used in the treatment of some bacteria infections and helps balance your skins natural pH. pH is a measure of the activity of the (solvated) hydrogen ion. Pure rain water has a pH very close to 7, but most goat soaps made right are 6 to 4. What I’m saying is the higher the pH the more likely it will irritate the skin.
Goats milk will absorbed into the skin, giving a quick hydration back to the skin while providing vitamins A, B6, B12 ,E, amino acids, citric acids, unsaturated fatty acids and zinc.
let me say this: Goat soap contains a low pH level that is lower then the rain that falls on your face in a rain storm and will always(if made right) leaves your skin feeling great. Like I said, rain runs about a 7 pH, but goat soap should run 4 to 6 pH.