A REPUTATION THAT HAS TRANSCENDED CENTURIES

Cleopatra was not mistaken; the virtues of donkey milk for youthful skin were already known in her time. She bathed daily in donkey milk to preserve her legendary beauty. Poppaea, the wife of Nero, and Josephine, the wife of Napoleon, did the same.

The secret of donkey milk lies in the richness of its composition. Vitamins, minerals, trace elements contribute to its effectiveness in skincare, but these are not the only elements; others will act on the skin to maintain its youth, protect it, and purify it.

A FORMIDABLE ALLY IN THE FIGHT AGAINST SKIN AGING

The high concentration of vitamins C and E with antioxidant properties will slow down skin aging.

Indeed, the skin undergoes multiple aggressions over time: external aggressions such as wind, cold, excess sun, or the effects of poor nutrition, alcohol, or smoking.

Faced with these elements, cells oxidize, they rust in a way, and thus encounter difficulties in renewing correctly. This leads to accelerated skin aging. Thus, antioxidants that are either ingested or applied to the skin will slow down this process of cellular oxidation.

The presence of proteins, and particularly alpha-lactalbumin*, will also contribute to the youthfulness of the skin. The benefits of this protein are numerous. Here are some of them:

  • Hydration: alpha-lactalbumin can help retain moisture in the skin and make it more hydrated and supple.

  • Antioxidant: alpha-lactalbumin can help stimulate collagen production in the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

A BEAUTY PARTNER FOR ALL SKIN DISCOMFORTS

Vitamin A and essential fatty acids (omega-3 and 6) present in donkey milk act directly on the cell membrane to strengthen it and contribute to its hydration and regeneration.

Alpha-lactalbumin can have a soothing effect and help reduce redness and irritations. It can also help regulate sebum production in the skin, reducing the appearance of pimples and enlarged pores.

The presence of lactoferrin helps purify the skin and limit the appearance of blemishes.

The lactose in donkey milk has hydrating and softening properties.

Thus, donkey milk is suitable for all skin types, including mature, dry, sensitive, oily, and blemished skin.

*Note: The term "alpha-lactalbumin" is kept untranslated as it is a specific protein name.

HITTON DONKEY MILK SOAPS AND COSMETICS

We offer a complete range of cold-processed soaps and organic donkey milk cosmetics. The richness of donkey milk in our products (30% in soaps and 40% in cosmetics) makes it one of the most qualitative offerings in the market.

You have the choice of 10 cold-processed donkey milk soaps, including 3 specific care soaps, suitable for different skin types:

  • Donkey Milk Calendula Soap, our "best-seller," enriched with apricot kernel oil and calendula macerate produced on the farm. It has reparative and soothing properties, fragrance-free, making it perfectly suitable for the most fragile skin, pregnant women, and infants.

  • Donkey Milk Bergamot Soap, specially formulated for combination to oily and/or blemished skin, enriched with green clay for sebum production regulation and essential oils of bergamot, petitgrain, and cedar with antibacterial properties.

  • Donkey Milk Avocado Ylang-Ylang Soap, perfectly adapted for dry to very dry and mature skin, enriched with red clay, softening, and avocado oil, ultra-nourishing.

In the cosmetic range, 4 products suitable for the most fragile skin:

  • 40% Donkey Milk Face Cream, with a rich and melting texture, formulated for very dry and fragile skin.

  • 40% Donkey Milk Body Lotion, with a fluid texture for perfect application, relieving dry and tight skin.

  • 40% Donkey Milk Hand Cream, forming a protective film and repairing very dry and/or cracked hands.

  • Donkey Milk Lip Balm, enriched with cocoa butter and beeswax, the perfect ally for undernourished lips. The 15g balm jar provides 6 months of use.

  • It should be noted that research on the benefits of alpha-lactalbumin on the skin is still limited, and additional studies are needed to confirm these effects.