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Donkey's milk presents a number of particularly interesting characteristics in cosmetology. It contains a lot of unsaturated fatty acids and a number of vitamins:
- Vitamin A plays a role in renewing cell membrane. It thus allows the skin to regenerate while reducing the effects of skin ageing;
- A Vitamin B2 deficiency can lead to lesions of the skin and the mucous membranes. The presence of vitamin B2 in Donkey's milk thus suggests that it can, through its biological action, reduce this risk when applied to the skin;
- Vitamin C plays an anti-oxidising role much sought after in cosmetics. It thus favours the slowing down of the ageing process and speeds up the healing mechanisms;
- Vitamin E is recognised as being essentially an anti-oxidiser that slows down skin ageing and ensures the stability of cell structures;
- Rich in linoleic acid (Omega 6).
All these elements show the added value of Donkey's milk in the context of use in cosmetics.