Eucalyptus, Mint, & Moringa Donkey Milk Soap 4.5 oz
**If you are also purchasing Better than Botox moisturizer (made to order, once a month), and would like your soap shipped ASAP, please order separately, otherwise, it will ship when your moisturizer and the rest of your order is ready.
Eucalyptus, Mint, & Moringa Donkey Milk Soap
Wake up your senses with the invigorating blend of organic Eucalyptus and organic Mint essential oils combined with farm fresh Donkey Milk! Not for the sensitive type...some people say it's invigorating. My daughters say "It burns my eyes Momma! Who would want Peppermint in their soap?" Answer: You, my invigorated friend. You.
Ingredients & their Benefits
Raw Donkey Milk: Rich in ceramides, proteins, phospholipids (fatty acids), vitamins, minerals, & omega 3 & 6 fatty acids. Donkey Milk is known to hydrate dry skin, regenerate & reduce wrinkles. Traditionally used for psoriasis and eczema. Cleopatra is said to have bathed in donkey milk as part of her beauty regime. Hippocrates recommended it for various skin and health conditions. Our family discovered it's benefits in fighting our daughter's autoimmune disease.
Organic Olive Oil: Rich in Vitamin A & E, helps plump and moisturize the skin, soothes itchy, dry skin.
Organic Virgin Coconut Oil: The Vitamin E found in coconut oil soothes psoriasis, eczema, and sunburn and its antiviral and antifungal benefits help to treat bug bites. Contains 3 fatty acids known to kill candida, a common cause of fungal skin infections.
Organic Moringa Powder (Herb)*: The superfood Moringa is chock full of antioxidants, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E, A, and essential minerals iron, manganese, calcium, phosporus, zinc, copper, sulfur, folic acid, selenium, chromium, potassium, and magnesium.
Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil and Organic Peppermint Essential Oil
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Our family gives every sick child that comes to our farm the first jar of milk for free. After that, we need your help to continue giving milk to children that need it but may not be able to afford it.