Milk in skin care dates back to Ancient Egypt when the pharaoh Cleopatra, known for her staunch skin care regimen, used to bathe in it to rejuvenate her skin.
Milk is extremely rich in nutrients including proteins, lipids, vitamins, and minerals. And within each of these nutrient categories there are a number of different varieties. For instance, milk doesn’t contain just one protein, rather there are dozens of different types, including enzymes, each of which does something different for the skin.
Milk protein has a positive effect on traumatized skin and supports the wound repair process, which makes it extremely beneficial to sensitive skin. It provides hydration and moisture, and reinforces cutaneous elasticity and softness. Milk also has a regenerating effect for epidermal kertinocytes.
For these reasons, it’s perfect in the post-treatment, particularly following laser and other aggressive procedures. Its nourishing and soothing qualities make it an ideal finish to nearly any treatment, and especially for traumatized and sensitive skin.
Rhonda Allison uses milk protein in a number of products, it can be found in the Milk Mask, Gentle Milk Cleanser. The Gentle Milk Cleanser hydrates while gently clearing away surface residue. It can be combined with our other cleansers or used as an eye make-up remover. The Milk Mask is 100 percent pure milk protein. The creamy, soft mask nourishes and soothes the skin…and it has a delicious vanilla scent to boot. The Goats Milk Peeling Cream is a mixture of milk protein, enzymes and antioxidants, and works to soften skin and digest dead cells.
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