According to research, donkey milk has regenerative ingredients and prevents certain skin diseases. It also contains essential fatty acids that help in the absorption of vitamins while still improving the healing process. Also, the mineral salts of the donkey milk allow the skin to be cleansed by removing the dead cells of the skin in order to create new living cells. In addition, it gives whiteness to the skin and reduces the blur of the face. The rich milk composition with high levels of protein phospholipids and ceramides make it excellent for
· The treatment of wrinkles,,
· Restructuring and regeneration of the person with excellent results.
It is indicated for dry skin, eczema, acne and psoriasis.
In the Hippocratic texts there are several references to this milk, since Hippocrates recommended it for various diseases and accidents, from snake bites to dysentery. During Roman times it was used as a cosmetic, while the myth says that Cleopatra was soaking in a bath full of it to enhance her beauty. The second wife of the Roman Emperor Nero, Poppea Sabina, also followed the same secret of beauty and youth in her daily routine, as also stated in Plinius description of the attributes of donkey milk for the skin. Plinius says that “the gooseberry wipes the wrinkles on the skin, makes it thinner and keeps it white. It is known that some women wash their face with it seven times a day, rigorously on this number. ” Napoleon Bonaparte’s sister, Pauline, was also a follower of donkey milk for skin care.