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Why Goat Milk Shampoo?

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Why Our Goat Milk Shampoo? Our Goat Milk Shampoo helps – Keep hair soft and manageable while increasing shine. – Is excellent for dry scalp, dandruff conditions and the dreaded straw like hair. – Helps soothe and improve eczema, psoriasis and other scalp conditions. – Softens hair and smooths out nicks or scratches across the…

How goat milk is more demanding for skin care?


Milk is a primary source of nutrition for all young ones. It is an important food. Human beings require a nutritious diet. If we talk about food then milk is the one of the only foods that contains almost all the nutrients we require. Goat milk contains many such nutrients. Many times a person allergic to cow’s milk can often tolerate goat milk.

Tip of the Day – Lip Care


Do you have problems with your lips? Do you have a hard time keeping them healthy?

Peeling, cracking and red sores or markings around the mouth are a sign you are allergic to your lip products. So many lip products on the market are full of chemicals and synthetic sunscreen and many people are allergic to them. Try a rich natural lip balm that is not too oily and you may see a real difference in your lips. NNS corrective “sensitive” lip balm was designed to be used by the MOST sensitive lips. In fact it is the ONLY lip balm the owner of NNS can wear after suffering most of her life from the effects of the commercial lip products.


Tip of the Day – Get a Handle on Breakouts


Breakouts…..don’t you hate them!

Steps you can take to help minimize bacterial invasion on your face. Clean your hands before washing your face, when using face cloths or other facial cleansing devices by ensuring they are dry and clean each time you use them. If the cloths are damp from the previous morning, it will contain bacteria and other elements that will cause breakouts.
Use an astringent toner after washing to help close pores to prevent bacteria and pore clogging from your moisturizerand makeup. If you wear makeup, especially foundation and blush make sure to wash your application devices such your brush and sponge a couple times a week to prevent bacterial build-up.

Tip of the Day

Did you know that most of the soaps in your local grocery and drug stores are actually synthetic detergent bars and not true soap? Ever wonder why they call them things like “Beauty Bars” or “Cleansing Bars” ?

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