In the world of beauty, donkey's milk is a source of youth known for millennia, and that we rediscover gradually. Donkey's milk is the closest to human breast milk, source of all beginnings. Nothing is more natural but also more universal and timeless.
The Greek physician Hippocrates recommended it for all sorts of problems (wound healing, poisoning, joint pain).
Cleopatra VII took baths in donkey’s milk.The Romans used it to prepare a luxury drink and beauty products.
Pauline, Napoleon Bonaparte’s sister, is said to have used donkey’s milk for skin care.
rich in vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E), minerals (calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc...), trace elements and essential fatty acids (omega 3 and 6). It contains a lot of retinol (vitamin A) which has a very significant wrinkle-fighting and tightening effect. Retinol also helps to accelerate healing and collagen production. We understand that it is especially effective on problem skin with eczema, acne or psoriasis. The skin regenerates more easily and thus eliminates impurities. Donkey's milk moisturizes and is recommended for early skin aging.