Ostrich Angels - Ostrich Oil

Goats Milk, Ostrich Oil & Honey Soap

A stunning combination of local Yorkshire ingredients & exotic oils. Give your skin this gift of goodness.

With the added benefits of Bergamot Essential Oil for eczema, psoriasis, wounds & bites

With a rich, woody, amber-musk fragrance, with bergamot, blue cypress, musk, precious woods this amazing soap will take you to the wild moors and the scent of wild heather.

 

  • Only £4.99

Description

Goat’s milk from Nancy & Nanny's herd just yards down the road from where this stunning soap is made. You can’t get fresher than this!  Honey from a beekeeper that hides his bees in the North Yorkshire moors pollinating on moorland heather, and beautiful Rapeseed Oil from fields of Yorkshire gold.

Natures gift Goats Milk for: - Its unique nourishing properties make it a perfect ingredient for any product that touches your skin. It is both an anti-aging wonder and a lifesaver for dry and sensitive skin. This goat’s milk soap is a must for your daily shower. With its unique benefits, not only will you notice healthier skin, but one more little glorious thing will happen — you will begin to notice a need for less moisturizer.  

Goat’s milk is rich in essential fatty acids and triglycerides. The essential fatty acids have a unique PH similar to humans, so it is less irritating and more easily absorbed by our skin. These fatty acids and triglycerides are super moisturizing.

But there’s more! Goat’s milk contains precious skin minerals like selenium and is loaded with vitamins, particularly vitamin A, the most important vitamin for the skin. As with other milks, goat’s milk contains lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA). It assists to gently slough off dead skin cells and helps to hydrate and brighten the skin.

Ostrich Oil a gift from the gods: - Used and adored by the Egyptians since ancient times, ostrich oil has been revered for its beauty and medicinal secrets. History has many stories of ostrich oil protecting, healing and caring for skin. These claims - from rejuvenating aging skin to relieving arthritis - are as diverse as the uses for ostrich oil.It's only in today's world however, that we're beginning to comprehend the true potential of this richly nourishing oil.

Ostrich oil is an amazing source of Omega 3, 5, 6, 7 and 9, essential fatty acids (EFAs) known to be vital for cell growth, division and recovery. More concentrated than emu oil, ostrich oil is also naturally rich in Vitamin F, Vitamin A and Provitamin A, ingredients renowned for their skin rejuvenating benefits.Yet, its physical properties are equally important. The low melting point allows ostrich oil to be absorbed quickly without obstructing pores, penetrating deep into your skin to nourish the cells.

Mother knows best Honey for: - helping to keep skin hydrated and fresh and prevents drying. Honey is a natural absorbent substance as it attracts and retains moisture. When used in skin and hair treatments, honey traps and seals in the moisture leaving skin soft and supple.

Honey is said to help treat minor acne by attacking the bacteria that cause the outbreaks while moisturizing the skin to aid rejuvenation.Honey acts as an anti-aging agent, and moisturiser.  Additionally, it contains anti-microbial properties and natural antioxidants which help to protect the skin from sun rays and facilitates the skin’s ability to rejuvenate and refresh exhausted looking skin, thus leaving it soft and silky.  

It is known that ancient women used honey and milk to keep the skin youthful, radiant, and smooth.  Honey benefits are so varied and effective that it gets very hard to mention them all at one go!

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