7 Aesthetic Secrets of Pharaonic Civilization

7 Aesthetic Secrets of Pharaonic Civilization

 

Whenever we mention the history of Egypt, we mention the Pharaonic Queen Cleopatra, known for her love and interest in timeless beauty. This character has long been a revelation of the passion for caring for and maintaining youth, through its peculiar and effective ways that are still transmitted by the women of the world today. You don't have to search the history books to discover all those secrets. We've collected them for you to keep your skin youthful and your body slim.

 

Eye makeup was essential in the life of Egyptian women, and natural ingredients were common for its application. 

1-  Burned almonds: were used to paint eyebrows and fill in the gaps.

2-  Saffron: was a traditional eye shadow in those days. 

3- The eyeliner was made of lead and was famous for using it before others.
 

-   Pharaonic culture glorified beauty and always sought perfection, hence women have always sought to fight wrinkles and preserve the freshness of their features, through a number of natural oils such as castor oil and Moringa oil.


4-  Cleopatra cannot be mentioned without mentioning the milk bath that she is best known for doing to exfoliate and soften her skin; Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt who captivated the hearts of millions with her breathtaking beauty, charming eyes, and pure glowing skin, despite the ages and advances in technology,  the beauty of Cleopatra had secrets crowned by simplicity and nature, and the milk bath is one of the most important secrets of beauty and brilliance and softness of her skin, where she was adding milk, honey and olive oil to her bathtub, to contain Milk on lactic acid and alpha hydroxy acid, which dissolves proteins carrying dead skin cells, rejuvenates and rejuvenates the skin, keeping it soft and free from blemishes, impurities and grains..


 5-  The salts extracted from the Dead Sea: were used by Cleopatra and the women of ancient Egypt as part of their aesthetic routine, especially when cleaning the skin.

 Reason?  These salts have a tremendous ability to regenerate cells and get rid of various common skin diseases.


 6-   A mixture to prolong and increase hair softness: was common in Egyptian women, a coconut milk mask with olive oil that they applied consistently to their hair strands.


 7-  Aloe Vera: was one of the most popular natural ingredients associated with the Pharaonic civilization, the Egyptian women believed in the ability of this herb to increase the beauty of hair and skin. In addition, they were eating aloe vera in their dishes to keep their bodies fit.


 

Queen Nefertiti, or as it is said to be the "jewel of the Nile" the beauty of the Pharaonic beauty, was characterized by strength and solidity and natural beauty stunning, relied on shea butter as a natural moisturizer to maintain the softness of her skin and protect it from wrinkles to preserve its beauty and femininity, and enjoy a lasting youth.

 

It is known that no one was able to find out the secret of her attraction, so people fabricated a lot of myths about this queen attractive and these legends still live among us. But later, scientists were able to unravel the beauty of the ancient Egyptian queen.

 

Scientists point out that Nefertiti was beautiful without "make-up" but apparently, the pharaoh, her husband, asked the sculptor to perform plastic surgery to look better than the original image. It seems that he was right because Nefertiti is still considered her unique beauty and became her name On the tongue of the public at any time and place.

 

It should be noted that the ancient Egyptians were good at surgical operations not only on mummies but on people, especially women.

 

Thus, the Pharaonic woman was an icon in beauty, but it paved us many ways that help us today to maintain our beauty in a natural way away from chemicals, cosmetics that always have a negative impact on the skin and body. So she was not only beautiful, but She was also a genius

 

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