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At home, products available include the Korres Milk Proteins 3 in 1 Cleanser, Toner and Eye Makeup Remover (£15, lookfantastic.com), which includes milk proteins, and the Agera rx Microderma system (£36, uk) , which exfoliates the skin with lactic acid.‘There will be a higher level of lactic acid in your bath if you use fresh milk which has gone sour,’ says Dr Patterson.So you can save money, wait for it to go off – and then take the plunge.
Bathing in dried milk powder – which is often found in the back of kitchen cupboards – is said to boost collagen and hydrate skin.It also has vitamins A, C, B6 and does aid in collagen production.'Vitamin B6 can be used in the treatment of acne, and stop water loss from the skin.'And calcium and vitamin C are antioxidants which prevent free radicals that bind your proteins and damage the skin.'A lot of moisturisers do the same thing, but people would be attracted to milk because it is natural.'Meanwhile, consultant dermatologist Dr Nicole Chaing said the lavender oil in Miss Willoughby's blend helps to keep the skin soft.