Milk naturally contains Vitamins A and D, which helps to make your skin soft,
yet strong. Further, the lactic acid in milk has natural beta hydroxy acids
which not only exfoliate your skin, but soothe it. The natural ingredients
found in milk improve the appearance and condition of your skin. As milk eliminates
dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, it adds essential moisture.
Milk is even beneficial for your hair because it seals up the small scales
on your hair follicles that can cause hair to look dull. Using milk on your
hair will make it shinier and healthier, just as using milk on your skin will
made it silkier and more radiant.
No matter what type of milk you use, it is sure to benefit your skin. Although
Cleopatra used camel's milk and many people today use cow's milk, other kinds
of milk are also excellent for skin care. Goat's milk has the same ph as human
skin and is quite effective for attaining smoother skin. Oat milk contains
oat grain, which is super for sensitive skin because it soothes as it moisturizes.
Soy and rice milk are also terrific for hydrating the skin and promoting healthy
new cells. Regardless of where the milk was derived, it is certain to deliver
multiple benefits to your skin.
You can make your own milk bath at home by adding a couple of cups of warm
milk to your bath, or in a pinch, you can substitute with a couple of cups
of instant milk. You can also add a drop or two of almond oil to the bath because
it smells delicious and will provide a bit of additional moisture.
For greater convenience, there are fantastic milk-based skin care products
available on the market. From cleansing to moisturizing to exfoliating, you
can do it with milk.
Consider using milk and milk-based skin care products for more
beautiful, glowing skin. After all, as the commercial tells us, "Milk does a body