Benefits of Donkey Milk in Skincare Products: 3 Reasons to Switch

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Benefits of Donkey Milk in Skincare Products: 3 Reasons to Switch

1.  Donkey milk contains all essential vitamins and nutrients.

Antioxidants, ceramides, amino acids, omega fatty acids are essential for healthy skin and donkey milk has them all. With more amino acids than any other milk, it hydrates, restores, and protects your skin. Donkey milk is also rich in antioxidants, which are your skin’s defense against damaging free radicals. The omega fatty acids that are abundant in donkey milk benefit skin by maintaining and constructing the cells on the surface of your skin, creating an even, polished complexion. Ceramides are protein and fat which is the glue that holds your skin cells together and stops water from escaping. As we age, the glue loses its effectiveness which leads to sagging, wrinkled, and dry skin. Studies show that applying ceramides to the skin can help boost their natural production. Donkey milk is full of sphingosine and fatty acids that make up ceramides. Fatty acids like linoleic acid (an omega 6 fatty acid) not only aid in ceramide formation but also help hydrate and vital in keeping your cells healthy. 

Just a tablespoon of donkey milk can deliver all of these wonderful benefits!

2.  Donkey milk is a natural product.

With all of the synthetic additives that are cheap and questionable, more consumers are reaching for a natural product; but with so many choices flooding the shelves, it can feel impossible to choose! Donkey milk products are a choice you can feel great about because they contain all of the essentials that your skin craves, naturally.

3.  Donkey milk contains vitamin C in the most natural, stable form available.

Vitamin C is a powerhouse when it comes to antioxidants. Antioxidants help to reduce signs of aging by regulating collagen, stopping free radicals, and aiding in cell regeneration. Donkey milk contains 3.5 mg / 100 grams of vitamin C compared to goats at 1.3 mg / 100 grams. The best part is that this vitamin C is extremely stable only in donkey milk, meaning it will not lose its qualities or strength to light or air, unlike the vitamin C in many other forms. Only donkey milk contains the perfect balance of vitamin E and ferulic acid, which are essential for vitamin C stabilization. With this proper combination, you are sure to get the most benefits from your skincare!

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Comments (4)

  • Olivia Reply

    I had no idea about this!!!! Vitamin C serums are so hot in the market… It all makes sense now, and been a donkey milk fan for years.

    I highly recommend you do a side by side of Skinceuticals Vitamin C serum (the so called gold standard of Vitamin C beauty/antiaging) and your face cream…

    I actually just bought 2 vitamin C serums before reading this, but not even mad, I’m going to test this out!

    February 22, 2020 at 10:50 pm
    • Cleopatra's Beauty Line Reply

      Hi Olivia
      I did a quick research on what you asked and if it the same product I found, your first ingredient is water, then it is Ethoxydiglycol (which is a filler/stabilizer), finally the other additives are vitamins and synthetics. They have researchers which formulate their products well, and they must pay them very well hence, the hefty price for their serum. They have a overly priced, synthetic product which should still give you the results you are looking for. My products on the other hand are natural, priced fair and should still give you the results you are looking for. Let me know how it works out for you.

      February 23, 2020 at 10:31 pm
  • Marta Reply

    I’m curious about the process of obtaining the donkey milk. I’m a vegetarian leaning towards vegan with my products. Animal cruelty free products are my preferences. Could you elaborate about your line and mission statement?

    February 15, 2021 at 8:19 pm
    • Cleopatra's Beauty Line Reply

      Of course I would love too and glad you asked.
      Cruelty free means keeping the animal out of harms way. No skin testing, fur testing or letting any animal ingest chemicals to see “what would happen.” Along with no starving, killing, neglecting or any type of intentional suffering put on any animal. Milking a donkey does not fall in those lines.
      My mission is to inform individuals about the benefits of donkey milk and help them realize that these animals are not just throw away animals when times get tough. Donkeys are usually the first animal to be abandoned or killed because they are thought to have less value than horses, goats etc., as well as being the first to be mistreated because the thought is they are just work animals and nothing more.
      Donkeys are loyal, friendly and protectors of owners. The benefits within their milk is astonishing!
      Obtaining the milk is simply cleaning the teat and hand milking, all while the donkey is eating dinner and not bothered by the milking what so ever.
      My product ingredients along with donkey milk are my own formulations, research and dedication (no copy cats), of keeping the ingredients on the line of natural and beneficial to the skin without having to add additional synthetics.
      Good luck to you and your line. There are a lot of hand makers here in Ohio that make all vegan or vegetarian products and I believe they do well as there is a market for it.

      February 15, 2021 at 9:21 pm

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