Goat's milk skincare routine




Benefits of Goat’s Milk on Your Skin

Benefits of Goat’s Milk Natural Soaps and Lotion

The demand for natural soaps and lotions in recent years has risen significantly. Skincare products based on goat’s milk became a popular way to naturally soothe skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, or acne. So if you think it’s time to change your skincare- goat’s milk has it all!

Why is goat’s milk used in skincare? 

The benefits of goat’s milk on the skin have been known for centuries and goat’s milk is likely one of the oldest natural cosmetics used for its soothing properties to care for and heal dry or irritated skin.

The legend has it that even Cleopatra used to bathe herself in goat’s milk and the story of her delicate and soft skin is still well known today.

Goat’s milk can benefit the skin from inside and out. Children whose skin is prone to eczema may experience less inflammation when switched from cow’s to goat’s milk. So not only goat’s milk lotions are beneficial. Including goat’s milk in your diet can make a big change.

Promotes Glowing Skin

There are many benefits goat’s milk has for your skin. Since goat’s milk is rich in many microelements, triglycerides, and fatty acids it nourishes your skin and helps to bring out its natural healthy glow.

Goat’s milk is also rich in lactic acid. This natural exfoliant helps the skin get rid of dead cells and return its bright and healthy glow.

Helps to tame oily skin and fight blemishes 

High levels of vitamin A present in goat’s milk is important for the skin’s normal function and helps to fight acne, balance the skin’s oiliness and improve the overall health of your skin. Vitamin A, combined with the microbial, gently exfoliating qualities of lactic acid, helps keep the surface of the skin cleansed of bacteria, which in turn helps to tame the skin prone to acne.

If acne is what you are struggling with, Meadowfield’s Tea Tree Oil and Goat’s Milk soap will be perfect for you. Tea Tree essential oil has antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial qualities that add extra strength to goat’s milk cleansing qualities. This combination will help you get rid of zits in no time. For best results, remember not to over-dry your skin. Even oily skin needs moisturization, otherwise, it will try to counterbalance the dryness and act up by producing even more acne-causing sebum. For post-cleansing moisturizer, consider adding Meadowfield’s Goat’s Milk Lotion to your everyday skincare routine.

Handmade Goat's milk Soap with Tee Trea oil
Handmade Goat’s Milk and Tea Tree Oil soap from Meadowfield Farm


Best for sensitive or easily irritable skin

The natural nourishing effects of goat’s milk are an excellent way to soothe skin dry and prone to cracking.

If you are suffering from psoriasis, your skin often gets very dry or you work outdoors and your skin is often exposed to the elements, Meadowfield Goat’s Milk soap with Coconut and Olive Oil will work great to bring your skin back to good condition. For best results, we recommend using it in combination with Meadowfield’s Goat’s Milk Lotion.


Handmade Coconut Oil and Goat’s Milk Soap
Handmade Goat’s Milk, Coconut and Olive Oil soap from Meadowfield Farm

Easy to absorb

Goat’s milk has a PH close to that of human skin, making it easier to absorb than many other lotions. It helps keep the skin moist and soft without leaving any greasy residue.

Handmade goat's milk lotion
handmade goat’s milk lotion from Meadowfield Farm





Author: Magda Cybulska