Camel milk, a fairly recent addition to skincare, is packed with vitamin C, which helps produce collagen and is a fantastic product for sensitive skin. Other benefits include:

  •  It contains high levels of Vitamin A, C, E and D.  A, C and E and powerful antioxidants that may protect the skin from free radicals. Vitamin C encourages collagen, which promotes smooth and supple skin. Vitamin D is said to assist in fighting acne.
  • The use of camel milk soap for a face wash may reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is also said to exfoliate and to promote growth of new skin cells.
  • One of the minerals found in camel milk soap, ideal for a face wash, is potassium, which may help regulate sebum production and reduce blemishes. Calcium encourages skin renewal, while selenium contributes to skin tissue elasticity, and zinc promotes new skin growth and serves as an antioxidant.

Fun Facts About Camel Milk

  • It consists of between 86-88% water and has the lowest lactose level of all milk. Camel milk contains between 3.3-4.4% lactose, all other milk sources like cow milk, buffalo, sheep and goat contain between 3.6 and 5% lactose.
  • There are approximately 19 million camels worldwide, of which Africa hosts the majority with 15 million, while the rest is found in Asia.
  • Camel milk contains approximately 3.1% protein and 3.5% fat, which points to its usage also being suitable for diabetics in smaller quantities.

Key Benefits:

  • Anti-aging properties smoothens fine lines and wrinkles
  • Prevents pigmentation and whitens the skin.
  • Good for eczema and psoriasis
  • Aromatherapy properties from essential oils
  • Regular use can prevent acne
  • Cleanses and plumps up skin
  • Contains Natural vitamins A, B2, C and D.
  • Healthy and purifying results

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