We've Got Milk!
Soak, Exfoliate, Moisturize
Everyone knows to drink your, right?so why not apply it to your skin as well? Milk is rich in nutrients and vitamins and has been a favored ingredient in skin care for centuries. In fact, Cleopatra, the legendary queen of Egypt and fashion plate, was known to take milk baths as a means to keep her skin supple, smooth and radiant. This beautifying enzyme has not lost any steam in the beauty world since then and is commonly employed for its various benefits to the skin. These products are not only good for you, but also great smelling!
Chocolate Milk Bath
A luxurious spa treatment right at home.Chocolate Milk Bath is made from the essence of chocolate to revitalize and nourish your skin.
Strawberry Milk Bath
If there's an impressive beauty soak that your heart will love this it! undeniably delicious!
Vanilla Bean Milk Bath
Infused with a sweet blend of vanilla beans ,this luxurious milk bath is pure indulgence.!
The Benefits of Milk It Does a Body & the Skin Good!
1. Excellent Exfoliator
Milk contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid that gently sloughs away dead skin cells and also promotes cell renewal. In her book, "The Skin Care Ingredient Hand Book," author and skin-care manufacturer Linda Walker says these exfoliating properties are ideal for reducing wrinkles, pigmentation and discoloration.Milk lightens your skin by promoting the shedding of pigmented skin cells.
2. The Moist-Maker
In "Milady's Skin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary," Natalia Michalun and Varinia Michalun note that the lactic acid found in milk also effectively hydrates the skin by increasing its water retention capacity. They also mention that milk is rich in amino acids, which enhances water retention and skin moisture and allows for deeper penetration into the skin.
3. The Potent Protector
Complexions can also benefit from milk's antioxidant-rich properties, as antioxidants are attributed to helping combat free radical damage and environmental toxins. "Skin Inc." magazine's October 2012 article antioxidants in skin care states that anti-aging products often harness milk's antioxidant powers as they can also help improve cell function and elasticity and boost collagen production in the skin.
4. Great for Acne Skins
Milk has a unique ability to remove the oil-soluble impurities with the help of fat-soluble enzyme lipase, protein based impurities with the help of protease and dead skin cells with lactic acid. Your skin will become smoother and radiant
5. Anti Aging
The secret of radiant and wrinkle-free skin of Cleopatra is historically attributed to milk. Did you know that milk helps in reducing wrinkles? Thanks to the enzymes, proteins, mineral and vitamins content of milk
6. Calms sensitive and irritated skins
Calms red, irritated skin, Milk soothes sunburn with the help of anti-inflammatory, moisturising and skin-repairing properties.
7. Milk Baths
You can simply add milk to warm water in the bathtub to nourish your skin. Pamper yourself with a home based spa treatment
8. Dry cracked heel skin
Milk helps in repairing the cracked heels by exfoliating the dead skin and moisturising the dry skin of your heel and treats the rest of your feet to a great pedicure.