Why Camel Milk?
For centuries, camel milk (known as desert gold) has been recognized by women for its many unique and amazing beautifying properties. The Bedouin of Arabia have understood the curative powers of Camel milk for thousands of years and traditionally used camel milk as a cure for many skin ailments and as sunscreen protection from the scorching desert sun.
Camel milk is saturated with protective proteins beneficial for skin and is a great natural cleanser. By virtue of the high amount of proteins, it is most effective in reducing inflammation and speeding recovery of skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis and well as accelerated wound healing and reduced inflammation.
Camel milk is a natural source of age defying Alpha and Beta Hydroxy acids (known to plump skin and smooth fine lines). It naturally keeps the skin moisturized and prevents sign of aging, sun damage and pigmentation with its gentle exfoliating and lightening effect. Rich in Vitamin C, (a natural anti-oxidant) it increases collagen production and improves skin resiliency. Camel milk has 3 x more Vitamin C than cow’s milk, is rich in Vitamin A, which stimulates cell turnover, and vitamin E which protects the skin against cell mutation in the sun and pollution. Camel Milk is a natural source of Essential Fatty Acid Linoleic (known for moisture retention). The deeply moisturizing lanolin in camel’s milk provides a calming and soothing effect on the skin and is beneficial for all skin types, even the most delicate and youngest skin.
Although camel milk is only beginning to be fully explored by modern science, camel milk is understood today to have an amazing range of exceptional healing properties for the skin. The naturally occurring immune properties and anti- bacterial agents in camel milk have prompted clinical studies to further our understanding of all of the benefits camel milk can provide.