‘As a child, I had terrible eczema, and my mother discovered that adding goat milk to my bath at night helped calm my skin,’ skincare guru Kate Somerville tells a rapt audience of beauty editors at her L.A. celeb-favorite clinic. ‘So creating a line based on the curative, restorative properties of goat’s milk made sense.’


For the full effect, start with the Goat Milk cleanser ($34.), which comes out of the tube as a gel but turns to a milk upon contact with water.Then layer on the Goat Milk daily moisturizing cream ($ 65) , which is enriched with soothing Goat Milk and natural milk proteins to deliver deep hydration and help repair skin’s natural lipid barrier. We liked that it absorbed quickly, leaving us with a healthy, natural glow. Perfect for sensitive skin, or any daily regime. Even gals (or boys) with acne-prone skin won’t get break-outs.

Kate Somerville Goat Milk cream.

Kate Somerville Goat Milk cream.

Also in the Goat milk collection is the cooling eye balm in a roll-up tube which reduces puffiness, moisturize, and revitalize tired eyes. A combination of goat’s milk, natural milk proteins and nourishing manuka honey, it’s goes on sheer and feels soothing. Over time, it’s said to reduce the appearance of crows feet and minimize dark circles. (We’re carrying this around in our purse for those 14 hour days.) $34.

Goat Milk De-Puffing Eye Balm.

Goat Milk De-Puffing Eye Balm.

Available at Kate Somerville and also Sephora.




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