FAQ

Where does Camel Milk come from?

Our Camel Milk comes from sustainable camel farms in the Arava region of Israel. We only work with farms that love their camels and milk them ethically and are approved by the Ministry of Health. Our products are made in Israel.

 Why does Camel Milk cost so much?

Camels produce a much lower yield of milk compared to a cow. They only give milk when they have a baby and lactation lasts from 10 months to over a year. Camels have long pregnancies, and it’s not easy to breed them. Milking camels (cows) produce around 5-6 litres a day. So it takes a whole farm, lots of feed and pasture and care to milk those beauties.

How is Camel Milk processed?

The milk is pasteurised which means it is heated to a certain low-heat temperature to make sure that there are no harmful pathogens and at the same time to preserve all the amazing natural qualities.

What are the ingredients used to make Cammellatte products?

We use Camel Milk and other natural ingredients. Our scented products include a proprietary blend of natural oils. Due to FDA recommendations, we use the term fragrance to refer to these oils.

What are the ingredients not used to make Cammellatte products?

Cammellatte products contain no preservatives, artificial fragrances, colorants, or raw materials derived from mineral oil.

Are Cammellatte product gluten-free?

Yes, they are gluten-free.

How long before the products expire?

After opening our products can be used for at least 12 months.

Are the products temperature sensitive? 

It is recommended to keep our products below a temperature of 25°C or 77°F.