Have you tried Donkey Milk Soap??

Hi everyone!

I went to a Bazaar the other day and saw handmade donkey milk soap. I was intrigued. I had seen it before sold in pharmacies and decided to get some and try it out. I had not read anything about its benefits and knew nada, but bought it anyway.

Now I know that donkey milk has a lot of benefits.

Donkey milk Soap

Is good for eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.

It is used as part of the anti-aging regimen.

It does not cause skin irritation.

It helps skin stay soft and hydrated and helps against skin bacterial infection.


Donkey are mono-gastric animals like humans which means they have one stomach and digest milk the same way as people do. That is why a lot of people drink it as well. Pop Francis said he drank it as a child (that’s what I read in the Telegraph anyway!). Cleopatra had bathes in it.Before you go out and milk a donkey and start drinking its milk, do ask a doctor cause I just read stuff online. I am no doctor!

My experience

I tried it and I can say that it made my skin feel soft and tight.I have eczema on my hands and the inflammation has gone down a bit (but I do still use the special creams I have).The scent is a bit yucky, but nothing you cannot ignore!


Pic by Katherine B.

You can watch my YouTube video where I give an in-depth analysis of donkey milk soap and do a real-time trial (there is also a small giveaway going on as well).

Have you tried donkey milk soap? How was it? Let me know in the comments below. Don’t forget to follow my blog/ YouTube channel. Connect with me on social media. Click on the ones you use and connect with me 🙂  Pinterest / Twitter/Instagram/Google+. or give my Facebook page (sidebar) a ‘like’ so you do not miss out on my super duper posts!!

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