The secret of such beauty is contained in the active ingredients of milk and in the fat content it releases into the skin.
Donkey milk is rich in vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E), mineral salts (calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and many others), trace elements and essential fatty acids (omega- 3 and 6). Contains retinol (vitamin A) which also helps accelerate collagen production and skin healing processes.
It is in fact particularly effective on eczema, acne or psoriasis and for all skin problems.
Vitamins A, B, C, E
Vitamin A, for the renewal of cell membranes that promotes skin regeneration by delaying skin aging. Vitamin B, against the risk of lesions of the skin and mucous membranes. Vitamin C, with antioxidant function against skin aging and rapid skin healing. Vitamin E, also with antioxidant power, protective of skin lipids and guarantor of the stability of cellular structures.
Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids
Essential fatty acids that the body is unable to produce (for this it is necessary to integrate them) with protective and healing skin capacities and reduction of aging processes (photoaging and ultraviolet radiation).
Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids ensure exceptional skin elasticity and keep it soft for longer.
Fundamental element naturally produced by the body, it intervenes in the conservation of intercellular water ensuring essential hydration to counteract skin aging.
Sweet almond oil
It has strong emollient, nourishing, eudermic and skin elasticizing properties. It is well tolerated even by the most sensitive skins, such as those of children.
BEAUTY IN HISTORY
Donkey milk has been a beauty elixir since ancient times, reserved exclusively for the most beautiful women of the highest social classes.
It was the cosmetic of the VIPs and was used by the 'divine' of history to obtain a soft and velvety, silky and deeply hydrated skin. A dedicated and pleasant, meditated and profound beauty ritual for body care.
The most famous was Cleopatra, queen of ancient Egypt, who used to immerse herself daily in the precious liquid to keep her beauty intact and preserve the splendor of her skin. The royal stables had over seven hundred donkeys that were raised and treated with every respect to produce the best milk.
And then Poppea, the fascinating wife of Emperor Nero, who, in order not to give up her beauty treatment, even while traveling, was followed by her herds of donkeys.
Even Paolina Bonaparte, Napoleon's beautiful and restless sister, used donkey's milk to maintain the beauty of her skin.
From today with Donkey's milk Body Wash by Wonder Company you too can get velvety skin and feel revered like the queens of antiquity.
|Aqua, Ammonium lauryl sulfate, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Lauryl glucoside, Donkey milk, Coconut oil glycereth-8 esters, Polyquaternium-7, Ethylhexylglycerin, Parfum, Sodium chloride, Phenoxyethanol.