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What is skin milk lotion? Dermatologists explain its skin-softening benefits

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Rich, creamy, nutritious. Just thinking about the word “milk” connotes nourishment and good health. Back in the ‘80s, there was a famous advertising slogan: “Milk: It does a body good.” Today, a non-dairy milk lotion does a complexion good, with moisturizing, skin-soothing, barrier-repairing ingredients like hyaluronic acid, ceramides, plant-based oils and extracts. Ironically, most skin milk products are lactose-free. They’re simply called skin milks because of their white, milky appearance. Although, “Some do contain milk components like proteins, fatty acids and lactic acid that help to support a healthy skin barrier,” says Dr. Mona Gohara, a board-certified dermatologist based in Connecticut.

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