Neathea joins the Science Park of the University of Salamanca

Neathea develops its activity in the rural environment, contributing to the maintenance of the Zamorano-Leonese breed of donkey, which is currently in danger of extinction, by raising these animals in the pastureland of Salamanca.

Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez, Vice-Chancellor of Research and Knowledge Transfer and General Director of the Science Park of the University of Salamanca, and the directors of Neathea, Elsa García, Director General and Marín García, Director of Marketing and Sales, have signed an agreement to join the Science Park at USAL’s Villamayor Campus, from where they will carry out the process of formulating, manufacturing and packaging 100% organic cosmetics, without chemical preservatives, from donkey milk.

During the signing ceremony, the entrepreneurs stated that “the project differentiates itself as a sustainable and environmentally friendly project, based on quality and continuous innovation.”


Neathea  is a newly created company devoted to the manufacture and marketing of organic cosmetics and food supplements with a very special ingredient: donkey milk. The reason? Its high content in retinol, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids makes it a very beneficial product for our skin and our organism.

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