Make…a natural choice with camel milk soap
As incongruous as it may seem, the ingredients of soap are not always so clean. We’re all pretty particular about the type of makeup we use and the moisturiser we put on religiously each day, so why is it that we can be a bit blase about the soap we use on our skin?
If you’re keen to make a natural choice when it comes to soap, look no further than the Camel Milk Soap Company. Their specialty is handcrated cold-pressed soaps made from camel milk and other pure natural ingredients.
Diana from Camel Milk Soap is here to tell us about the merits of choosing a natural prodict and the benefits of camel milk for your skin and heath in general. Trust us, you’ll be rushing to get your hands on a bar ot two of this wonder stuff by the time she’s done, so read on!
1-4. Camel Milk Soap‘s all natural signature cleansing bars. Each bar comes individually packaged in an eco-friendly pillow box, which make them a perfect ready-to-go gift
Women have recognized for centuries the beautifying properties of camel milk and perhaps the most famous woman in history to have literally indulged in the benefits of camel milk was renowned beauty Queen Cleopatra, who contrary to popular belief, probably bathed in fresh camel milk, not asses milk.
She was one smart lady as it has been found today to have an amazing range of properties for the skin and well as for the body as a whole when consumed.
Camel Milk is rich in vitamins A, B and C as well as potassium, iron, sodium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, zinc and magnesium, the ample ratio of these properties are part of the wonder that explains the camel’s ability to survive without water in the desert.
The milk of the camel has 10 times more iron than cows milk and 3 times more vitamin C. It is a natural source of alpha and beta hydroxy acids which research has shown to have the capability of plumping the collagen in skin and thereby visibly smoothing fine lines. It naturally keeps the skin moisturized and prevents sign of aging, sun damage and pigmentation with its gentle exfoliating and lightening effect.
Known as the “white gold of the desert”, camels milk has a deep-rooted cultural significance in the Arabian Peninsula, home of the dromedary camel, a marvel of nature that is only beginning to be fully understood by modern science. It can safely be consumed by even the lactose intolerant and has lately been found to have a blood sugar stabilizing effect making it a valuable aid for diabetics. Since time untold the people of Arabia have used camel milk as a health food and often as their staple diet, relying on its nutritional completeness and its unique properties that boost the body’s immune system.
In addition to its cosmetic qualities, camel milk has anti microbial properties and has been traditionally used by the Bedouin of Arabia for centuries as a cure for many ailments. Camel Milk is also great natural cleanser. It is much recommended for allergic skin conditions such as acne as well as having a proven beneficial effect for those who suffer from eczema and psoriasis. By virtue of the high amount of proteins as compared to cow or goat milk it is most effective in reducing inflammation and speeding recovery of such conditions, while being a nourishing and cleansing experience for all ages. Because it is so neutral on the skin it is safe for everyone to use, even the most delicate and youngest skins.
PS. Have we convinced you to make a natural choice when it comes to cleansing your skin? Camel Milk Soap has relocated away from the GCC so their wonderful soaps are no longer available at Little Majlis’ marketplace Shop the market for other brands of camel milk soap and natural beauty products….
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