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Camel Milk...A Superfood for Beauty and Anti-Aging Skincare

CAMEL MILK has been an

Ancient Beauty Secret for Thousands of Years…


Camel Milk for Beauty and Anti-aging Skincare and Bath 

Camel Milk is revered for its curative properties in both Africa and the Middle East.  The Famous Egyptian Queen Cleopatra used to take a Queen’s Bath in a tub full of camel’s milk.

She bathed in Camel Milk, Honey, and Roses daily for soft, supple skin. Cleopatra was known to have maintained soft, beautiful, glowing skin as she aged. 


Cleopatra’s famed milk baths are a Beauty Ritual still practiced today!


Cleopatra Milk Bath with Roses


The United Nations has declared camel milk a "Super-Food" thanks to its medical properties.  Camel Milk is the most closely related to human milk, with its special composition. Camel Milk has natural anti-oxidative, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, and anti-aging properties, helping keep your skin at its healthiest. 

Camel Milk is also a Beauty Superfood!  Camel milk is rich in vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and the superstar ingredient, Alpha Hydroxy Acids or AHA. This combination is extremely beneficial to the skin providing moisturizing, soothing, plumping, and lightening qualities. When Camel Milk is combined with other ingredients such as Olive Oil, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Beeswax and essential oils, these benefits are further enriched and enhanced.


Camel Milk for Beauty Superfood


 It is undeniable that camel milk is loaded with healthy properties. Camel Milk is rich in Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, Vitamin D, and alpha-hydroxy acids. It can make skin appear smoother, supple, and wrinkle-free. It is known to smoothen the facial fine lines. Due to the lactic acid present in the milk, it can also do wonders for your pigmented skin and makes you look fresh and appealing.

 Cleopatra Camel Milk Bath for Beauty

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) is the Superstar Ingredient of Camel Milk.

  • Softens lines and wrinkles
  • Lightens dark spots
  • Heals Scars
  • Brightens Complexion
  • Improves Collagen and Blood flow
  • Clears Acne

Minerals:  Camel Milk has a high concentration of Essential Minerals.

  • Calcium: Removes lines and renews the skin.

  • Potassium: Clears impurities from skin

  • Zinc: Promotes skin growth and renewal.

  • Selenium: Improves skin elasticity.

Vitamins:  Camel Milk has the highest concentration of Vitamins of all Milks.

  • Vitamin A: Plumbs and hydrates skin.
  • Vitamin B: Improve inflammation such as eczema and acne.
  • Vitamin C: Promotes collagen and tissue repair.
  • Vitamin D: Improves skin immunity and repair.

Lactic Acid:

  • Lightens and Clears age spots and sunspots.

  • Tightens and evens skin tone.

Fatty Acids:

  • Lauric and Mystiric Acids: Gentle Cleansers and Hydration
  • Stearic and Oleic Acid: Soften and Condition the Skin.


Camel Milk Skincare and Beauty Products

Moroccan Elixir  

The Camel Soap Factory  

Moroccan Elixir is proud to present our partnership with The Camel Soap Factory in Dubai! 

Camel Milk Soap Factory makes their Camel Milk Soaps by hand and in small batches in Dubai.  
Their Signature Camel Milk Soaps are made with fresh camel milk ranging from 25% to 30%.  They moisturize and gently clean different types of skin. TCSF products use premium natural ingredients, FREE from Parabens, Synthetic colors, DEA, Phthalates, Glycols, BHT, Silicones, and Triclosan. 


Camel Milk Soap from Camel Soap Factory


Camels are a Cornerstone of Emirati culture and history. Camels were considered God’s gifts to the Bedouin, as these animals often made life in the desert possible, providing everything from transportation to clothes, nutrition, and skincare. 

Our camel milk is sourced from a local UAE dairy that has over 1,800 camels. This dairy farm is fully ISO certified.  More importantly, the camels there are not treated as livestock but are positively pampered and treated as revered creatures. The UAE is the natural desert habitat of the camel, it means they can freely roam outside all year round.

 Camel Milk Beauty Superfood for Anti-aging benefits

While cows mature early and start giving milk from the age of two, it takes six years for camels to milk yielding maturity. The gestation period for camels is 13 months and a calf is born once every 2 to 3 years. The time commitment involved in producing camel milk commercially makes it a rare and highly coveted delicacy! 


Camel Milk is often referred to as 


 in the Middle East.





Camel Soap Factory Camel Soaps for Beauty Rituals and Baths




I received a gift of camel milk soap, the scent was frankencise and orange – why do you not make this anymore? The scent was so beautiful.



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