Artisans formulate soaps for specific qualities - conditioning, bubbles, or cleansing.
The soap making process creates moisture loving, skin-friendly glycerin!
And soap artisans care just as much about what doesn't go in the soap to help you stay clear from unneeded synthetics.
I'm a bit of a broken record on the benefits of handcrafted soap, but wanted to point that out again when talking about the benefits of goats milk. Because adding goat's milk to a crummy or synthentic laden formula just isn't going to give as many benefits.
The benefit of goats milk in quality handcrafted soaps - well, it's a bit like the guys adding that chip to their pickups. Extra power!
The Benefits of Goat's Milk Soap
Butterfat = Extra conditioning power! We like it when there's a little left over oils (we call it superfat). It makes the skin feel that much better when you step out of the shower and you don't need to run for the lotion.
Sugar = Extra bubble power! People say the bubbles feel creamier too.
Vitamins and Alpha Hydroxy Acids = Control Top Support hose for your skin! Goat's Milk is high in Vitamin A which helps repair damaged skin and maintain healthy skin. Alpha Hydroxy Acids such as lactic acid help remove dead skin cells and leaves new cells on the surface.
PH - Some soap makers may also talk about the ph in goat's milk is very close to people's natural ph as a benefit of goats milk soap. I can't argue with the ph level of goat's milk, but in soap, the final ph is usually in the range of 9-10 whether it's made with goat's milk or water so it would be misleading to state that the ph of the goat's milk is adding a ph benefit to soap. (So I won't say it ;))
Fresh Goats Milk - I also can't say that the benefit of goat's milk is diminished when powdered goats milk is used. But I am one of the lucky ones who can use minimally processed ingredients including raw goats milk since our own herd of goats provide the milk for our soaps. It keeps us just a bit closer to nature so it is a benefit of 444Farm goats milk soaps.
The last benefit -
This is a bit of the stretch and makes some assumptions, but as soon as I post it on the internet, it must be true.
Since you asked about goat's milk...
You must like goats...
And I have goats...
Therefore, you must want to see pictures of my goats.
So the last benefit must be a release of endorphins when looking at goat pictures!