A milk bath leaves your skin feeling soft and supple. The fat and protein in the milk provide immediate benefit in your bathwater. The milk also helps exfoliate the skin for additional softness. The lactic acid in milk helps clean and soften the skin.
Ingredients: Full Cream Milk Powder
A milk bath can help soften and smooth rough, flaky skin. Milk contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid that can help loosen the bonds that hold old, dead cells to the surface of the skin. Once these scaly dead cells are removed, your skin feels softer and looks brighter. A milk bath helps exfoliate your skin without any scrubbing, so you don’t have to worry about irritating your skin.
Exfoliating with a milk bath can help treatment products penetrate the skin more effectively, so your moisturizer does a better job of keeping your skin hydrated. Milk also contains fats and proteins that can help boost your skin’s moisture content and keep it hydrated even after you’re done soaking.
In addition to be an effective moisturizer, there are also a variety of vitamins found in most milk bath products that nourish the skin. Generally, vitamins A, D, and E are all primary ingredients in milk bath products. These vitamins are rich in antioxidants, and they can help repair unhealthy skin. As a result, your skin will have a natural glow as well as a new firmness to keep it looking young and fresh.
Run a warm bath. Add Ameliard Cottage Bath Milk Powder and swish to disperse. Soak and relax then gently scrub all over with a wash cloth or loofah to slough off even more dead skin cells leaving your skin feeling silky smooth and soft.
However, it’s not all about skin, let your hair soak while you’re in the tub and the natural fats in Ameliard Cottage Bath Milk Powder can work their magic helping to condition dry and damaged hair.