The goat's milk collection: the beginnings of Druide

Published : 12/01/2020 14:59:33
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The goat's milk collection: the beginnings of Druide

The "Goat Milk" collection dates back to the creation of Laboratoires Druide in 1979 on a farm in Racine, a small village in the province of Quebec.

From there, the founder recycled the surplus milk from his farm that was thrown into the fields. He first began to create soaps based on goat's milk, then gradually experimented with different formulas with plant extracts.

To this day, Druide Laboratories perpetuate this heritage, which emphasizes all natural and locally sourced ingredients while offering high quality end products.

The benefits of goat milk, known for thousands of years.

The Nordic countries were the first to observe the positive effects of goat's milk on skin and hair.

They first noticed that it provided lasting protection and nourishment for skin weakened by harsh winters. Then, in addition to the comfort provided, they studied its molecules and discovered powerful antioxidants effective against skin aging. The latest research related to our more modern conditions, count many properties that are both softening but also sanitising in the event of dermatological failure such as eczema, psoriasis or acne.

Thanks to its nourishing properties, goat milk is ideal for cleansing and moisturising the skin and hair. It respects the pH and the hydration barrier of the skin while providing it with vitamins, minerals, nourishing active ingredients as well as the probiotic Lactobacillus* and its precious postbiotic: lactic acid.

It is ideal for dry, delicate and sensitive skin. Its fluid, ultra-light emollients penetrate quickly, while aloe vera, glycerin and sunflower extracts give the skin a soothing protective veil.

The fine proteins in goat's milk also have restructuring and moisturising properties, thanks in particular to the presence of minerals and vitamins.

  • Vitamins A, B6, B12 and E, as well as essential trace elements such as selenium, Ca, Na, Mg, P, K and Zn, Mn, Se, Co, Cu and Fe, then vitamin C and l 'ubiquinone (coenzyme Q10), act naturally on the premature aging of the skin.
  • A rich source of Lactobacillus, a probiotic favorable to microbiomes, and postbiotic lactic acid: very useful for maintaining good skin pH in reactive, allergic, atopic skin...
  • Contains triglycerides such as capric and caprylic acids, with nourishing properties.

* stimulates and protects the immune system of the skin flora

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