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Top Ten Benefits of Goat Milk Soap

Updated on March 5, 2014

Goat Milk Soap

The popularity of natural handcrafted soaps is on the rise, particularly ones that offer therapeutic properties such as goat milk soap made with pure essential oils, no animal tallow and herbs/spices picked right from the garden.

Many who suffer from sensitive skin are realizing how several of the harsh skin care products on the market today not only effect their skin condition, but overall well being as well. This has many making the switch to natural products. Goat milk soap is just one of several types of natural soaps one can choose from.

You may be thinking- why would I put something that comes out of a farm animal all over my body. Goat’s milk has amazing benefits for your skin; in fact it is well known in the skincare industry that Cleopatra who was known for her amazing skin would soak her entire body in goat’s milk bathes. Here are the top ten benefits of goat milk soap.

Goat milk soap-top ten benefits

1. Has recently been proven to effectively treat acne.

2. Goat milk soap is less allergenic than synthetically loaded commercial soaps and detergents.

3. It is known that goat milk can reduce skin inflammation, and soothes dry and damaged skin.

4. Can reduce wrinkles and delay signs of skin aging.

5. Goat’s milk soap has alpha-hydroxy acids that soften the skin by breaking down the glue that holds dead skin cells together.

6. The famous Cleopatra known for her beauty and amazing skin, biggest skin care secret revealed was bathing in goat’s milk.

7. Goat’s milk has the closest PH level to our skin. This helps protect our skin from invading bacteria and chemicals.

8. Loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins like vitamin C, B1, B6, B12, and E.

9. Goat’s milk soaps are free from harmful chemical and a very mild soap bar safe to use for all skin conditions.

10. Goat milk consists of natural emollients and triglycerides that act as natural moisturizer.

These top ten benefits of goat milk soap are only a few of the many wonderful benefits goat milk has to offer. Not only does goat milk offer so many great benefits to our skin, but drinking goat milk is extremely healthy as well. I personally enjoy the taste of goat milk and think that it’s a mental issue for most folks trying it for the first time. I could be wrong everyone’s taste buds are different; however I think it taste like milk- “healthier milk”, which this could lead into a whole other topic, goat’s milk vs. cow milk. You should Google this I think you will be amazed learning of all the other great health benefits goat milk has to offer.

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      4 years ago


      Many people worry that they need to drink cow’s milk for calcium intake and the prevention of bone loss.

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      Ken Summers 

      5 years ago

      Hi, I make all natural goat milk soap from milk that I make myself. I love caring for my goats and they are like part of the family, our family loves goat milk to drink and especially the soap and lotions made from it. I'd like to invite you to check out my webpage or look us up on facebook. Summers Natural Farm.

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      sally elliott 

      6 years ago

      Awesome article! I was not aware of a lot of these tidbits on Goat's milk and Goat's milk soap. Very cool to know!

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      7 years ago

      I make I use I approve I love

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      8 years ago from Philippines

      Haven't tried goat milk soap, I'm gonna try it out.

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      ChristineVianello, that's great news! So glad you enjoyed goats milk as know you can enjoy all it's wonderful benefits. I think it taste just like milk should taste. Thanks for stopping by and commenting- take care!

    • ChristineVianello profile image


      9 years ago from Philadelphia

      I had my first tasting of goat milk the other day, and I must say I did enjoy it very much.

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      9 years ago from NY

      emilybee, thanks for stopping by. Goats milk soap is is a very safe and healthy product , I think once you use it you will notice a tremendous difference and not want to switch back. Thanks again for commenting.

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      9 years ago

      Very cool hub. I'd never heard of this before and yet I'm always looking for new and safer products to you on my skin. Thanks for the info.

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      profsear, thanks for visit my hub on goats milk, the milk that has many benefits for the skin!

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      onegoodwoman, Restoring an old abandoned farm sounds like a lot of fun, and perfect for having goats. We currently buy our goat milk from a neighboring farm, but have 5 acres and have discussed eventually getting our own goats. Thanks for stopping by and have fun on the farm, try not to work too hard, lol

    • onegoodwoman profile image


      9 years ago from A small southern town

      Ooh, I like goats milk soap too!

      Now that I have recently relocated and am in

      the process of restoring an old abandoned farm,

      I hope to have a couple of goats this spring.

      Making my own soap again is among the reasons

      for wanting them.

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      Thanks prasetio30 You should definitely find and get some goat milk soaps I am confidant that you will not be disappointed with your new goat milk soaps. Take care my friend.

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      9 years ago from malang-indonesia

      I love liked this information. I never knew about this before. Very informative and useful for us. I'll try to find a goat milk soap and really want to felt the benefit of this soap. Thanks for writing this. Vote up.

      Blessing and hugs,

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      mysisters thanks for stopping by and reading my hub on the top ten benefits of goat milk soap.Yes goat milk is just a wonderful thing and so healthy!

    • mysisters profile image


      9 years ago

      Very informative Hub. I never knew that Goat's Milk had all of these great benefits. Thank you.

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      Ben, I have been told raising goats could be tricky, that they tend to get out and into trouble often. We currently buy all our goat milk from a local farm, but have 5 acres and would love to some day get our own animals, and goats were top on the list. Thanks for sharing.

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      9 years ago

      Used to raise goats awhile ago now and was brought up on goat milk. Now I wouldn't give anything but goat milk to my children. Of course its good it's the best.

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      Katie, coming up with a top ten benefits of goat milk soap was not a difficult hub to write, I probably could have listed another 10 benefits goat milk has for the skin, the stuff is amazing, I will never use over the counter soaps again. Thanks so much

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      Katie McMurray 

      9 years ago from Westerville

      I love goats milk soap and your spot on with those amazing top ten benefits of Goats Milk Soap. Over the counter soaps are loaded with chemicals that we flat out don't need to add to the chemical cocktail we encounter in our environment today.

      WEll done! :) Katie

    • rpalulis profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from NY

      Thanks for taking the time to read this hub Pamela99 Yes goat's milk soap is definitely worth trying, especially for anyone with dry and sensitive skin, also for those who a lactose intolerant usually can drink goats milk instead.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      9 years ago from Sunny Florida

      I knew sometimes babies can tolerate goats mild better than cow's mile, buy didn't know there was soap made from goats milk. It sounds very healthy. Very interesting hub and I think I will try some goat soap. Thanks for the info.

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      9 years ago from NY

      oceansnsunsets yes goat milk is loaded with all sorts of goodies, I too am so impressed with what is naturally provided to us, thanks for reading this hub.

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      9 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      I didn't realize about all the vitamins in goats milk, thank you for sharing this! Its so great to see how nature has its way of taking care of us, and these benefits are pretty impressive!


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