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Pre-order for March: Donkey Milk Facial Bar with Frankincense and Manuka Honey 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 everything is ready. (This soap will be cured and ready to ship on MARCH 4th)
Ingredients & their Benefits
Frankincense Essential Oil: One of the most coveted, and expensive essential oils, for good reason! "Used topically and cosmetically, its astringent and cytophylactic qualities help Frankincense oil to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and skin imperfections such as discoloration. ... Used medicinally, this anti-inflammatory oil is known to soothe inflamed skin by reducing the sensations of redness, swelling, and itching..." read more about Frankincense essential oil here.
Farm raised Chicken Eggs: there's a good reason egg soaps are the preferred facial soaps of Swedish women... "egg whites contain 18 essential amino acids that are great for the skin and body. In fact, collagen has been shown to be so prevalent in eggs that it is found in the shell membrane, yolk and egg white.3 In a 2015 study, researchers discovered how egg shell membranes have outstanding effects on the suppression of skin aging and protecting the skin from UVB radiation." read more on the amazing egg from Dr. Axe here and more research here and on wrinkles here.
New Zealand Manuka Honey: "Manuka honey can improve your skin's appearance. It can balance your skin's pH level and help slough away dead cell debris to keep your skin clean. Its anti-inflammatory effect can decrease local inflammation caused by acne. As an antibacterial, Manuka honey leaves fewer bacteria to infect pores and cause acne...ResearchTrusted Source has reported the honey’s various beneficial actions. For example, it destroys harmful bacteria. Because it contains hydrogen peroxide and compounds like methylglyoxal, Manuka honey is effective in killing pathogens, including antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Keeping the skin bacteria-free speeds up the healing process. This honey is also a great emollient, meaning it softens the skin. Its high concentration of sugars can keep a wound or burn area moist. This can also accelerate healing.... Manuka honey reduces inflammation and pain at the wound site. It can also help with skin problems, such as psoriasis and dandruff." read more on Manuka Honey here.
Manjistha (Herb)*: Manjistha is well known for it's benefits in Ayurvedic Medicine, "The herb comes studded with a compound called Alizarin which has antibacterial properties. Topical application of Manjistha combats dry skin, rashes, itchiness and inflammation. It lightens scars and marks..." read more about Manjistha in Ayurveda here.
Vitamin E Oil: read about the top ten skin benefits of Vitamin E here.
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.
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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.