Goat’s milk is extremely hydrating and easily absorbed, which is why it has been used for centuries in skin care products. One of the problems has been a short shelf life, but Canus, a company based in Canada, has been able to figure out how to extend the shelf life to 5 years. Good news for us, because Nature by Canus is a luxurious line of pure vegetal base soaps, milk baths, body wash, and lotions that is sure to please all skin types.
Nature by Canus’ body lotion is very soothing and soft, massaging in easily into the skin. It is gentle, so even those with more sensitive skin will be happy. The lotion has a higher concentration of emollients so silky smooth skin, and the fatty acids in the goats milk provides increased moisturizing. The Nature line is free of dyes and colorants, EDTA, phosphates or parabens. The ingredients used come from Canadian goats, and sustainable farming. Canus use sustainably farmed organic palm oil. The lotion scents come in original, shea butter, lavender, and fragrance free. I tried the lavender Nature by Canus, and the scent was not overpowering in the least. The feel of the lotion was creamy and did not leave the skin feeling sticky or coated, but refreshed and hydrated.
You can get the products individually, in sets with lotion and matching body wash, or gift sets. Canus also is a national sponsor of the Ronald McDonald House Charities, showing that the company is dedicated to giving back. Nature by Canus is a product that feels good to use from start to finish, and will have you ordering your next supply before you get to the bottom of your current one because you won’t want to risk running out. Pamper yourself or someone else this holiday season by checking out https://canusgoatsmilk.com/usa/.
Kim Alsumiri is a Senior Writer who focuses on baby products and travel. A proud California native, she has a deep understanding of the needs of families with young children. With over 10 years of experience in the writing industry, Kim has a passion for finding and sharing the best products and experiences for parents and their little ones. She has also developed a strong interest in social issues related to parenting and child-rearing. As a mother of three young children, Kim knows firsthand the joys and challenges of raising a family. Her personal experience and love for travel allow her to offer valuable insights to her readers on the best places to go and things to do with kids in tow.