Skin Care Resources

During my research on skin types I found that no scientific studies have defined different skin types.

I did learn, however, that Helena Rubinstein started using these terms in the early 1900s. Since then these skin care market segments have ballooned into a multi-billion-dollar industry by creating and marketing products made specifically for these skin types.

That’s what I was going to do!

Since no scientific studies have been conducted to support the different skin types, most skin care professionals encourage folks to eat healthy, fresh foods. Below are are few websites that offer more information on their beliefs of healthy skin.

I’m currently reading Naturally Healthy Skin: Tips and Techniques for a Lifetime of Radiant Skin by Stephanie Tourles. If you would like to follow my blog about this book, select this

link to my blog.

Why Doesn’t My Doctor Talk to Me About My Skin Type?

Mayo Clinic Healthy Skin Care

Science Daily

WebMD Skin Problems and Treatments

Consumer Reports Healthy Living Healthy Skin

American Academy of Dermatology

Dermatology Skin Care

Wikipedia — Skin types

My recommendation is for you to read these articles, examine your life style, then see what works best for you. It’s your skin and it’s your family’s health.

I am, and will remain, a goat milk bath and beauty manufacturer. As a firm believer in the benefits of goat milk, internally and externally, I will continue producing goat mil skin care products.

In the meantime, I will continue looking for ways to improve our goat milk products. Various oils, emollients, additives or combinations thereof all make a difference in your skin care. Finding those winning combinations for making the most moisturizing soaps and lotions is my goal.

You have told us that we have excellent goat milk products. Thank you. But if I can find a way to improve our products either through ingredients or process improvements, I will.

One thing will not change: We’ll always use goat milk as our base ingredient.

Happy soaping!

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