Yogurt, moisturizing and soothing

Yogurt is a food with a creamy consistency derived from milk which, thanks to the inoculation of lactic ferments, undergoes a fermentation process. Of uncertain origins and certainly casual discovery, this product is attested in 6000 BC. – circa – in Central Asia during the Neolithic and only later brought to Europe and the Balkans via the Turkic peoples.

Considered almost a panacea, as well as a remedy for insomnia and tuberculosis, yogurt was scientifically analyzed only at the beginning of the 1900s by Doctor Stamen Grigorov who subsequently decided to build the first commercial plant for the production of this tasty nectar.


Very important for intestinal health, to strengthen the immune system and help bones stay healthy, yogurt is also used in the cosmetic field. Its properties? Antibacterial, cleansing, moisturizing, soothing. The lactic acid contained in large quantities helps to nourish dry skin, giving it new softness and preventing the appearance of blemishes; the fatty part of yogurt is instead perfect for soothing sunburn and for reducing the formation of annoying blisters. Finally, mixing it with clay, honey or almond flour, you can obtain a scrub which, in addition to exfoliating the skin, will hydrate it thoroughly, leaving it more nourished and plumped. In the cosmetic field, this ingredient has no contraindications and can be used for all skin types, even for the most sensitive.

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