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Business of…Camel products
As Europe approves camel milk, Kipp look at some of today’s camel-related items
March 7, 2012 10:57 by shafeer
While used as a source of food and for transportation, a long line of camel-related products have emerged these days that are quirky and mostly promoted with a health-twist to it.
First on our list is Camel Milk Soap, with the region’s first organic camel milk soap distributor, having just opened its website, camelmilksoap.com this month.
Distributed across the Middle East, the soap is reportedly rich in anti-oxidants (the wrinkle-fighting stuff) and Alpha-Hydroxy acids (botox-delaying stuff).
“Those who have been lucky enough to try camel milk soap never use regular soap again after experiencing the unique skin benefits of camel milk,” said Monal Zeidan, co-founder, who also happens to be Nissan’s marketing GM. (Who would have thought promoting Japanese cars could inspire someone to an exotic business of camel milk soap?)