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Ancient Skincare Rituals for Eternal Beauty

Cleopatra's milk bath was more than a luxury. The lactic acid in milk exfoliates and softens skin, leaving it velvety.

Cleopatra's Milk Bath Elixir

Ancient Egyptians moisturized and repaired skin using honey and olive oil. Honey's antimicrobials and olive oil's antioxidants performed miracles.

Egyptian Honey and Olive Oil Mask

Greek ladies rejuvenated their skin with wine baths. Wine's tartaric acid gently exfoliated and antioxidants rejuvenated the skin.

Greek Wine Baths

Chinese royalty used jade rollers to massage their faces to improve blood circulation and reduce puffiness. This simple utility remains popular.

Chinese Jade Roller 

African tribes used shea butter to preserve skin from harsh conditions. Its moisturizing power hydrated.

African Shea Butter Shield

A healthy facial mask was made from crushed cocoa beans and honey by Mayans. Antioxidants in cocoa boosted skin youth.

Cocoa Elixir

Native Americans employed aloe vera sap to treat skin irritations. It hydrated and cooled better than anything else.

Aloe Vera Balm

Many dog enthusiasts like Irish setters' affable, feisty personalities. Most enjoy children, other dogs, and dog-friendly cats, making them great family dogs.

Japanese Rice Water

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