GOAT ASSISTS IN RELIEVEING SIDE EFFECT FOR CHEMOTHERAPY PATIENTS
Roxanne Shaw working as an oncology nurse and owner of Goatmilk Goodness Valley Soaps, has created a soap using goat's milk which helps dry skin feel smooth and healthy. Chemotherapy patients who have dry skin can benefit from her soap as well as allergy sufferers and people with senstive skin.
SPRUCE CREEK, PA (PRWEB) October 12, 2003
Goatmilk Goodness Valley, a Huntingdon County based business, manufactures a soap that helps relieve chemotherapy patients of dry, flaky, itchy skin, a side effect of chemotherapy.
Roxanne Shaw, working as an oncology nurse and owner of Goatmilk Goodness Valley has created a soap from the milk of the dairy goats that she raises on her Spruce Creek farm. What makes Roxanne's soap better than commerical soaps is the fact that her handcrafted soap contains natural moisturizers which helps dry skin feel smooth and healthy. In addition, the low pH of goat's milk, when added to soap makes a cleansing agent that is closer to your skin's own natural pH, which makes it gentle for your skin.
When asked how she discovered that Goatmilk Goodness Valley Soaps would help chemotherapy patients, Ms. Shaw replied, "I gave my chemotherapy patients some of my soap to try to help relieve the discomfort of their dry, itchy skin. When they returned for their chemotherapy treatments, the flakiness was gone and their skin looked much better." Allergy sufferers and people with sensitive skin had the same results.
If you would like more information on Goatmilk Goodness Valley Soaps please contact Roxanne Shaw at (814)632-0099 or visit her website www. goatmilkgoodness. com