Making Homemade Soap

Can one substitute goats milk with regular household milk when making homemade soap?

ANSWER: Yes, you can substitute goats milk with regular household milk, BUT you will not get the same benefits.

Goats milk contains the benefits of all of these natural vitamins: A, B, C, D, E and K, unlike regular household milk. Regular milk contains some of these vitamins but goats milk and regular milk differ in the percentages of natural vitamins included.

Goats milk contains humectant moisture attracting properties and is a buffer that leaves skin very close to its natural pH level. Recent studies show that goats milk provides anti-aging properties. It aids in the regeneration of collagen under the skin. Goats milk is beneficial for all types of skin: dry, itchy, oily, pre-mature aged, flaky, etc... When you use goats milk soap, the skin's acid mantle is left intact, unlike modern day commercial soaps. Goats milk is the key ingredient to natural and healthful skin, hair and scalp conditions.

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