You already know the benefits of donkey milk and have started using products in your daily beauty routine. But if you belong to the most skeptical people and want to find out a little more about this miracle ingredient, you’re in the right place! What are the donkey milk advantages compared to other skincare products?
Donkey milk advantages compared to other skincare products
It’s not just a beauty product
The first and main difference between donkey skin care products and other cosmetics is that they are not just beauty products. Donkey milk products, in addition to making your skin maintain its elasticity and stay glowing, can even cure chronic skin problems. Donkey Milk Face Cream has a 50% effect on skin regeneration and rejuvenation, wound healing, hydration from psychogenic dehydration such as psoriasis and eczema, in relation to common creams that result in 10-15%.
It’s 100% natural
We challenge you to read in detail the ingredients in donkey milk face cream. The rich synthesis of mineral salts present in donkey milk aids in removing dead cells and remedies damaged ones. The concentrated levels of phospholipids, proteins and ceramides make it ideal for-the relief of dark circles-reversing the effects of aging-drastically reducing wrinkles-effectively repairing and restoring healthy skin. Our face cream formula is blended with Aloe Vera -which contains vitamins A, C, E.Vitamin A (retinol)- and Coenzyme Q10, a natural antioxidant which is effective against the decay of skin cells brought on by free radicals.
Donkey milk skincare products contain lactic acid, which encourage the exfoliation of the skin. That means shedding old skin cells to reveal the new, improve skin discoloration and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
How is donkey milk produced?
The gestation of the animals lasts about one year, followed by the birth of one or rarely two small ones. Mother’s milk production begins from birth. For two months after giving birth, the baby donkeys are breastfeeding without restriction and then they separated from their mother during the day, but still have eye contact with their mother, to allow the milking process. After milking and without any treatment other than filtration, the milk is available for consumption either fresh or frozen. Pasteurization is not necessary because the donkey is one of the few animals that do not suffer from brucellosis.