Goats' milk = great skin, claims model

Last updated 11:11 26/09/2012
Amber Valletta
Getty Images
MODEL'S MILK: Amber Valletta swears by the exfoliating powers of goats' milk.

Relevant offers

Beauty News

World Cup beauty loses modelling contract World Cup model fan in hunting controversy World Cup fan gets major modelling deal The most awkward Photoshop fails of 2014 In my beauty bag: Zoe Foster-Blake Best & worst: Haircuts of the World Cup What has she done to her hair?! Extra credit for hairy pits Life in plastic, it's fantastic What's with all the superfood beauty collabs?

She has an arsenal of expensive beauty products at her disposal, but supermodel Amber Valletta swears by raw goats' milk to keep her skin glowing.

Valletta, 38, says she washes her face with the milk because it's an "amazing exfoliator".

"Raw goat's milk is full of lactic acid, so is an amazing exfoliator," she told the British edition of Marie Claire.

"I often splash it on my face. A good scrub is my skin's instant pick-me-up as it brings blood to the surface and makes my face feel plump."

Ad Feedback

- Cover Media

Comments

Special offers
Opinion poll

What's your fave grooming option?

I'm on trend - full bush up top, bare down below

No hair at all!

I don't wax down there at all - ain't nobody got time for that!

Vote Result

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content