Donkey’s milk is a true fountain of youth for the skin, with remarkable properties, but is rare and precious. can be obtain In fact, less than one litter each day from one donkey.
Very rich in nutrients, donkey milk is an exceptional skin care, with soothing, moisturizing and nutritive properties. Used for beauty care since Antiquity, it is particularly well tolerated by all skin types, even the most sensitive. It especially has a marvelous effect on dry, irritated and reactive skins. Its tensing and regenerating effects are also appreciated in anti-age care.
Donkey’s milk is often compared to the human breast milk in terms of composition. With the mare’s milk, it is in fact the milk that is the closest to it, including a low fat and high lactose rate. It is also rich in nutrients and natural assets.
It is very rich in minerals and trace elements (calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc...) and vitamins (A, B1, B2, B12, C, D, E...). It also contains polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6), Proteins and amino acids, which are very active nutrients with regenerative effect on the skin.
Since antiquity, Hippocrates prescribed the donkey milk for various medicinal uses. Pliny the Elder, in his book "Natural History" also advocated the donkey milk for all sorts of problem, and to fortify the convalescent, but also in skin care to fight against wrinkles and clarify the complexion.
The reputations of donkey’s milk as a cosmetic care of exception therefore date of Antiquity. It would have been used in daily baths by the famous Cleopatra who had discovered that a regular application was salutary for the skin and the complexion.
- Nutritious, thanks to its richness in vitamins and minerals
- Regenerating thanks to the presence of fatty acids, amino acids and many vitamins.
- Moisturizing, thanks to whey, proteins and glycoproteins.
- Soothing and Repairing the irritated and damaged skin
- Nourishing and Protecting thanks to the presence of unsaturated fatty acids and phospholipids
- Fight against the aging of the skin
- Tensing and Firming effects
Donkey's milk is considered an excellent purifying.
Its mineral salts allow you to clean the skin in depth and get rid of dead skins. This detergent action also encourages the cell growth and the regeneration of the skin.
The donkey's milk has unchallenged moisturizing virtues. Nourishing the skin in depth, it makes a perfect natural tenser. Wrinkles and furrows are blurred and the skin remains smooth and dynamic, despite the passage of years.
Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, the composition of the donkey’s milk is one of the closest thing there is from the lipid film of the skin. Thus, not only its regular application does not dry the skin, but in addition, it preserves it against the risk of droughts. This characteristic explains that the donkey milk is indicated for people with dry, reactive reactive, or subject to any skin problems.
The donkey's milk exerts on the skin an antioxidant. The massive presence of Omega 3 and 6, protects the membranes of the skin cells and promotes the regeneration of the superficial layers of the epidermis. Through these fatty acids, very popular in cosmetology, the donkey milk slows down the aging skin. No need to worry about the effects of aging, your skin retains its youth longer.
5. Richness in vitamins
Donkey's milk is rich in vitamins. Its vitamin complex A B C E, blocks the free radicals of cellular metabolism and protects the skin effectively. This exceptional richness in vitamin would also explain the soothing action of donkey's milk on problematic skins.
6. Hypoallergenic (Especially for Soaps)
The donkey's milk soaps are recommended to relieve the skins with psoriasis and eczema. They take care of the most sensitive and the more allergic skins. It’s one of the rare natural soap known not to cause allergies. Its softening action allows you to swipe on redness, itching and dryness with a foamy and voluptuous caress.