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Fight Off Germs And Misinformation


Burberry Nubian's Goat Milk Soaps are beautifully designed to protect your skin and acid mantle from germs, viruses, and bad bacterias.

Coronavirus prevention has been at the forefront of the nation for the past several years. We've all seen it - the mass exodus of hand sanitizers and antibacterial soap in our local grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, and everywhere in between. Let's take a closer look at the actual correct precautions against this virus and any viruses. The easiest and most effective way to protect yourself from coronavirus is to wash your hands.

Companies are peddling out sanitizers and antibacterial soaps like no tomorrow, even though the FDA has stated that there are no proven studies that show antibacterial products are better than normal soap. Although hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol can work, the best thing you can do for yourself is good old-fashioned soap and water. Soap doesn't just clean your hands of germs, it actually kills the coronavirus. One scientist put it like this, "Soap dissolves the fat membrane and the virus falls apart like a house of cards and 'dies,' or rather, it becomes inactive as viruses aren't really alive." In 2014, the FDA told soap manufacturers that they had to prove that antibacterial soaps, made with triclosan, were actually more effective than normal soap and water. Antibacterial soaps have the potential to create antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which means that the bacteria are even harder to fight off. There is also little supporting evidence that it does more for you than simple soap, in fact, there's evidence that it can actually be worse for you when protecting against viruses.

Protecting Your First Layer Of Defense

Your skin has an acid mantle that is acidic in nature (a pH of 4.7) which is your first line of defense. When you strip that acid mantle your skin becomes more alkaline. Guess What? Just like your gut, which is almost as acidic as battery acid, your skin also needs to maintain a specific acidic pH in order to kill germs, viruses, and bacteria. So, when you use these antibacterial soaps and wipes, you are actually stripping away and eliminating your first line of defense. So, what's the best choice to protect your skin from bacteria and viruses like coronavirus?


Burberry Nubians Goat Milk + Kefir Soaps are handcrafted with naturally occurring probiotics, vitamins, and minerals that protect the acid mantle and fight off viruses like coronavirus. Our nourishing Goats Milk + Kefir Soaps are not only strong enough to kill bacteria, viruses, and germs but because of the naturally occurring probiotics in goats milk and kefir, they protect your immune system by building up your skin's beneficial microbiome. Don't fall for the panic with your wallet wide open. Do your own research before running to clear out the closest Target and protect your first line of defense.


If your hands are hurting from using hand sanitizers and washing them so much with heavy-duty soaps and you can't seem to find a moisturizer that works for you, look for soaps and lotions that contain goat's milk. There is no need to sacrifice your skin for clean hands -- you can have them both. Goat milk is the ultimate ingredient for dry, unprotected skin. It contains precious minerals necessary for skin health like Selenium and Magnesium, that protect and nourish the skin. High amounts of protein, fat, and vitamins like A, B6, B12, C, D, and E, -- the Goddess of all skin care. These vitamins and minerals offer anti-inflammatory properties to soothe irritated and inflamed skin. Goats milk is the only milk that contains naturally occurring Capric-Caprylic triglycerides which are an effective moisturizer that helps contribute to skin softness by forming a barrier on the skin to inhibit the loss of moisture. Goat milk contains natural glycerin which increases moisturizing properties. Lactic acid works as a gentle exfoliant and moisturizer. These super ingredients keep the skin from drying out. They immediately go to work to calm, heal and cool down the skin.


Because goat milk has received so many positive reviews from moms to scientists, it has become a popular ingredient in skincare, but not all goat milk products are created equal. When buying your goat milk soap, lotion, or skin care products be sure to do your due diligence before purchasing. Many "goat milk" lotions are made from powdered milk and don't even have a significant amount of goat milk in them but they can use "Goat Milk" on the label. Second, most goat milk skincare products are combined with ingredients that are cause for caution and alarm. Many goat milk products offered in stores have a lot of synthetic ingredients and chemicals you do not want to be slathering all over your skin. This completely defeats the purpose of using goat milk in the first place! Take time to know what is in your products. Lastly, how the goats are cared for is key, it is where it all starts. We are familiar with the saying, "You are what you eat," well, so are your animals. Many animals today are just as sick as their humans. They are fed a lifelong diet of medicated feed, vaccines, and antibiotics to keep them upright and breathing, but are they really well? All of those things determine the quality and healing properties of the milk. If I won't drink my milk, I certainly won't make skincare out of it. Find a local farmer who owns goats and uses their milk to make skincare and start that dialogue with them. Find out about their animal husbandry and feel confident in what you are putting on your skin and your loved one's skin.

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