While it might seem like just a wasteful decadence, there's actually a reason why milk is good for your skin. The lactic acid in milk is an alpha hydroxy acid, which helps cleanse the skin and release dead skin cells. That allows the skin to rejuvenate itself more quickly, resulting in radiantly glowing, satiny smooth and soft skin—what every woman wants.
Alpha hydroxy acids are commonly added to moisturizers, cleansers, toners and masks and are good for the skin in the same way milk is—they act as an exfoliant. Over time, they are especially effective in decreasing the look of wrinkles and roughness. So taking a milk bath is the natural way to get these benefits for your skin—and from head to toe, at that.
FRAGRANCE: Creamy milky top-note, a warm caramelized sugar middle-note with a toasted sugary sweet vanilla base-note.
Corked bottle | 8.0 oz