Donkey Milk?

Updated: May 9, 2021

A Natural Skincare Miracle!

Preserving great beauty requires great effort and famously, Cleopatra took daily baths in donkey milk to preserve the vitality and beauty of her skin. In fact, since ancient times humans have been using donkey milk for cosmetic and health-care purposes, but does it really work?

Thanks to recent scientific studies, donkey milk has now been hailed as an incredible skincare product with exceptional anti-ageing and regenerative properties. Literally a nutritional powerhouse for your skin, it’s loaded with essential nutrients and minerals and packed full of vitamins, essential fatty acids, omega 3, omega-6, phospholipids, ceramides, lysozyme, natural emollients and triglycerides.

It contains a bioactive enzyme with anti-bacterial agents and anti-allergens making it perfect for the treatment of skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema, and it’s also charged with powerful antioxidants and nutrients giving it amazing anti-wrinkle effects.

Because of their natural origin, milk ingredients are perfect for cosmetics, and across the world donkey milk is now widely used in the manufacture of soap and moisturisers. Unsurprisingly, France leads the way in product development and in recent years the cosmetic industry, which has been focused towards products made with natural ingredients, is now also oriented towards sustainable consumption.

Intensely hydrating and deeply cleansing, our pure and gentle French donkey milk soaps are very moisturising and soft on the skin. Made with organic donkey's milk sourced from a small family farm in Hérault in the Occitan region and enriched with organic shea butter, they are gently fragranced with beautiful perfumes from the famous town of Grasse - the internationally recognised "world capital of perfume".

But just what is the secret behind the benefits of donkey milk?

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Contains powerful antioxidants and essential fatty acids with omegas 3 & 6 and vitamins B1, C and E which boost collagen levels, counteract free radical production, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and prevent signs of aging.