Did You Say Donkey Milk?
Cleopatra had her own herd of 700 donkeys for her daily donkey milk beauty bath. Hippocrates prescribed it for various health and skin conditions. The closest in composition to human breast milk, raw donkey milk is rich in ceramides, proteins, phospholipids (fatty acids), vitamins, minerals, & omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, which are known to hydrate dry skin, regenerate & reduce wrinkles. Its naturally anti-biotic lysozyme content and hypo-allergenic properties make it the ideal milk for the health of your skin.
From an immunological point of view, donkey’s milk is able to induce release of inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines from normal human peripheral blood lymphomononuclear cells, thus maintaining a condition of immune homeostasis.
So why isn’t everyone using this liquid gold? Perhaps because donkeys only produce a few cups of milk a day, only for a few months at a time, and only when treated well and allowed to be with their babies when not being milked. Compare this to the cow, producing gallons of milk a day, and you get the idea.
We’re so fortunate to have a relationship with Dulce de Donké. Our team was so impressed with her story and her product line, we wanted to make it available to not only our clients, but the people of Tulsa. We encourage you to visit http://www.dulcededonke.com/ and jump into the joys of her natural and organic skincare.