Have you thought about why Donkey Milk from Greece is famous? As is well known, the environment in which the mammal is growing up in plays a very important role in the quality of the milk and its benefits to the body, whether consumed as food or utilised in cosmetology.
The sun – and therefore the greater amount of vitamin D- and the particular terrain increase the benefits and prospects of this premium product
The production of donkey milk from Greece
To produce donkey milk, the female donkey must not be stressed, this requires special care and personal relationship. The donkey wants love and a personal relationship, and that is why farming for milk cannot stop being a family matter. The milking of the female donkey always takes place with her baby next to her, and only after three months after giving birth. A female donkey can be milked twice a day for a period of six months per year and can produce a total of about 85 kg per year.
For their breeding and milk quality to be productive, the herds must graze in open areas and not be restricted, which makes Greek morphology possible.
What makes donkey milk special?
What distinguishes donkey milk is that it is rich in carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, D and E). It also contains high levels of Vitamin C and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, iron and zinc. Finally, it contributes actively to the synthesis of collagen, elastin and keratin on the skin and therefore the Greek products for industrial use (cosmetics) utilising this raw material are even more effective. After all, it is known that the cosmetic properties of donkey milk made some of the most beautiful women in antiquity use it to care for their skin.
Benefits of Donkey Milk
Due to its unique combination of ω3 and ω6 fatty acids with Vitamin A and E it rejuvenates the skin and prevents its aging. Usually a spread is enough to have visible effects on dry, sensitive, prone to poor healing, with allergic sensitivities, wrinkled and aging skin.
In cosmetology, high levels of protein phospholipids and ceramide make donkey milk an excellent anti-aging, wrinkle treatment and skin regeneration product. It also has significant benefits in the treatment of eczema, acne and psoriasis. Thus, many cosmetic products such as soaps, face and body creams contain donkey milk utilising its beneficial properties.
Do you still think about it? Make today yours the better Greek donkey milk products and see your skin change for the better from the very first use!