Available size is 100 ml.

If you can gain nutrients and other health benefits from drinking milk, it might make sense to think bathing in it should do you just as much good. But that's not quite the case. Milk typically contains vitamins A, D and E, which are great for your body if you consume them in your diet. Many skin care products include these vitamins as key ingredients, too, but they're often used in a different form, such as vitamin derivatives. And, unfortunately, your skin won't be able to really absorb the vitamins in a milk bath and get these same benefits. Even so, that doesn't necessarily mean bathing in milk doesn't do your body any good.

A possible advantage to milk baths is that they may help to moisturize your skin. The fats and proteins found in milk -- particularly whole milk -- may help to hydrate skin and retain moisture after you step out. Just be sure to rinse off in clean water after your soak so that you're left with a soft, milky glow instead of a sticky milk residue.

Ingredients :

Mineral Oil, PPG-5-Laureth-5, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Milky Fragrance.

Benefits :

Gently cleanses the skin without drying. Preserves the hydrolipidic film with superfatted agents including the Sunflower Oil distillate which help the eczema-prone skin enhance the missing natural lipids. Smoothes discomfort by reducing the sensations of irritation, pulling and itching. Diminishes the frequency and intensity of flare-ups when used regularly. Water soluble oil requiring no rising. Does not leave any oily film.

How to Use :

Pour 2 or 3 capfuls into bath water. Mix to ensure complete dispersion and to produce a milky effect. Bathe your child gently. For optimal results, do not rinse. Dab skin dry without rubbing. For external use only.

 FDA NUMBER : 10-1-573-6954 


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