DERMATOLOGY AND CAMEL MILK
FOR HEALTHY SKIN!
Camel milk contains lanolin which PROMOTES HYDRATION OF THE SKIN.
Its richness in vitamin C also gives it ANTIOXIDANT VIRTUES.
Vitamin B in camel milk has a PROTECTIVE EFFECT AGAINST UV RAYS.
Amino acids form an effective ANTIMICROBIAL BARRIER.
The anti-inflammatory properties of camel milk relieve THE EFFECTS OF ECZEMA.
Camel milk offers REPAIRING EFFECTS very interesting for the skin.
Like donkey milk or mare’s milk, it is naturally more effective for two reasons:
-it contains the useful molecules in greater number.
-it is THERMORESISTANT, which allows it to keep all of its qualities in preparations: including soaps and cosmetics.
The Comparative Alternative Medicine (CAM) activities of camel milk have been previously documented.
Although there are no data concerning Comparative Alternative Medicine (CAM) activity of camel milk cosmeceuticals, these data explain the findings that camel milk cures Atopic dermatitis when swabbed on a child.
This led to making a cream containing over 95% camel milk.
The local application proved as effective in curing localized skin problems as the raw milk that was imbibed. Nowadays the knowledge of the cosmetic contents with camel milk uses the skin-friendly aspects for beauty treatments as well as CAM activities, including the very active immunoglobulins, which are incorporated in cosmeceuticals.
Observations are presented on the efficacy of the camel milk in many parts of the body, explaining in each case what substance in the cosmetics is responsible for the rehabilitation of the skin. The cosmeceuticals are made in factories in a factory, Beauty Treat which combines the specialized knowledge of cosmetics with the specialized knowledge of camel milk properties. Among the maladies healed by camel-milk-cosmeceuticals are: acne, acne scarring, dandruff, localized psoriasis and fungal infections (tinea pedis)..
EXAMPLES OF CAMEL-MILK-COSMECEUTICALS FOR SKIN AFFLICTIONS
Simple dry skin is the most common cause of itchy, flaking dandruff. oils and skin cells from the scalp can build up, causing dandruff. (Mayoclinic, 2013) – A yeast-like fungus (malassezia) lives on the scalps of most healthy adults without
causing problems. But sometimes it grows out of control, feeding on the oils secreted by the hair follicles. Before using the creams care must be taken to ensure that hands and the skin site have been washed with camel milk soaps.
Camel milk shampoos quickly restore the health of the skin and hairs. The skin oils are cleansed by the camel milkand the antiviral and antifungal properties will prevent the activity of malassezia or any negative immune response. The
cell repairing substances will reintroduce normal hair development.
Scars from acne can seem like double punishment — first having to deal with the pimples, now you have marks as a reminder. (Goodman, 2006). Acne lesions or pimples happen when the hair follicles (or “pores”) on the skin become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. A plugged follicle is the perfect place for bacteria to grow and create the red bumps and pus-filled red bumps known as pimples.
Acne comes in different forms: Mild acne, which refers to the whiteheads or blackheads that most of us get at various times
Moderate acne, which includes red inflamed pimples called papules and red pimples with white centers called
pustules Severe acne, which causes nodules — painful, pus-filled cysts or lumps — to appear under the skin The papules and pustules are removed by the skin repairing mechanisms and the bacteria are killed by the camel milk The scars are repaired by the cell repairing properties in camel milk.
Open wounds and sores of all sizes and origins are cleansed by the protective proteins and the sores repaired by the tissue repairing mechanisms. This applies to Atopic dermatitis and localized psoriasis where the small, active immunoglobulins are activated and skin healed.
The creams are very effective against localized psoriasis (general psoriasis requires drinking the camel milk). The effectiveness is due to the antibodies in the creams being active “on site” and in the tissue repair substances.11
Tinea pedis is a fungal infection of the feet, most frequently affecting the spaces between toes (interdigital spaces). It is transmitted by human to human contact in warm humid environments, for example through shared towels and on wet floors in swimming pools, changing rooms and gymnasia. The antifungal properties in camel cosmeceuticals rapidly heal the fungus.
The specific small but efficient immunoglobulins of camel milk are also found in the cosmeceuticals.
This can be important for skin cancer as it is one of the most common cancers in the world. Non-melanoma skin cancer refers to a group of cancers that slowly develop in the upper layers of the skin. The term ‘non-melanoma’ distinguishes these more common kinds of skin cancer from the less common skin cancer known as melanoma, which spreads faster in the body.
The first sign of non-melanoma skin cancer is usually the appearance of a lump or patch on the skin that doesn’t heal after a few weeks.
Camel-milk cosmeceuticals can play an important role at this stage. As diabetes treatment doubles skin cancer drug’s effectiveness camel-milk cosmeceuticals can be effective at the skin level.
The presentation of the properties and potential benefits of camel milk on this site is based on scientific research, laboratory tests and consumer experiences.
This is in no way a medical opinion