Camel's Milk 骆驼奶
When was the last time you saw a camel in real life?
In our Singapore Zoo? In outback Australia? While you were on the Silk Road?
Camel's milk has been cited aplenty in recent years in the food and beverage industry with all its inherent nutritional goodness and health benefits. Traditions and people in the Middle East are more familiar with camel's milk than us. But that's for food. And drink.
To incorporate the milk into our soaps? It's rather new too, even in Australia, where there's only one commercial camel farm. So this commodity is expensive. But why the soap?
It's a novelty, and something different from goat's milk. The proof is in the using. If you suffer from skin dryness or eczema, give this luxuriantly buttery soap a try.
Rose geranium is renowned for its ability to stabilise both dry and oily skin, thus leaving it supple. Lemongrass can be helpful in combating fatigue and anxiety, thus uplifting the mood. And tangerine has a powerful antioxidant d-limonene to enhance your immune system.
Contains: Saponified Oils of Olive, Coconut, Hemp, Castor; Shea & Cocoa butters, Camel's milk, glycerine (natural), rose geranium, lemongrass and tangerine essential oils.