As a person with dry skin, I am always looking for hydrating products that won’t either sit on my face or get absorbed so much that my face still feels dry. I’ve tried a lot of powerful ingredients to ensure my skin is properly nourished but I have never tried camel milk. Camel milk is known to have nutritious and positive properties not just for your skin but your body as a whole.
Camel milk is noted to have similar super components as human breast milk. Babies who have skin issues are often told to bathe babies in breast milk and it generally helps the issues. I don’t know if camel milk can do all that but I’ve been wrong before.
Camel milk is said to be great for sensitive skin and it’s great for wrinkles because it hydrates. Are you interested in trying some products with camel milk? Here are a few to consider.
Elina Organics is proud to launch its first skincare product using real Camel Milk – Sahara Soufflé. Always 100% organic, cruelty-free and handmade, this hydrating face mask features the buzz-worthy ingredient praised for centuries for its anti-aging, hydrating, healing and rejuvenating properties.
Camel Milk contains a powerful balanced blend of skin-repairing nutrients like unique proteins, natural alpha-hydroxy acids, and beauty vitamins like C & D. Topically, it helps to rescue dry complexions, and nourish and restore sensitive skin. It even reduces unpleasant sunspots and acne marks. Specifically, Camel Milk is loaded with lactic acid, an AHA that gently sloughs away dead skin cells. It also helps increase the skin’s production of ceramides, assisting with moisture retention and a brighter, more even skin tone. Camel Milk also assists with collagen production and protects the skin from free radicals and other forms of oxidative stress.
However, not all Camel Milk products are created equally! “Our formulation has encapsulated the liposomes of Camel Milk to ensure you’re receiving all of the nutrients,” explains Elina Fedotova, celebrity esthetician and founder of Elina Organics Skincare & Spas. “We are able to do this without exposing the ingredient directly to oxygen.”
To use, massage Elina Organics Sahara Soufflé over wet skin to activate the Camel Milk. Leave on for 5-10 minutes and rinse with warm water or a compress made with facial tea.
Camel Life is the first skincare line to use camel milk. The Florida-based company launched with 14 products including tattoo gels and shower soaps.
So, are you interested? Would you be willing to give camel milk a try? What’s the worse that can happen, right?