It has been of huge debate whether ingesting milk actually does trigger acne to appear or become worse. It has been stated before that you are what you eat and what you take into your body will show through to your skin. We constantly recommend a diet high in organic fruits and vegetables, a moderate amount of lean proteins like chicken and fish, and a healthy amount of whole grains and nuts. But what do we recommend when it comes to dairy, especially milk? Well that is where it gets a bit tricky. There has been much proof that using milk as a topical treatment on your face, like in a face mask for example, is beneficial for your skin but what about when it comes to regularly drinking a big glass of cold milk?
Gentle enough for all skin types, ideal for people prone to dry, flaky, and dull-looking skin. Oats contain healthy fats that add moisture and hydration to skin. Oats are a great exfoliator for the skin, removing cellular build-up (dead skin cells) and allowing new, fresh skin to surface.
It may sound silly to put this on your face but beauty and skincare experts swear by it! Milk of Magnesia is actually liquid magnesium which is from the earth