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Beauty Secrets Of Cleopatra – The Egyptian Beauty!

Cleopatra was the most beautiful women of Egyptian history, I mean who doesn’t know her? Her flawless skin, silky hair, and amazing body were just the thing any man would dig! Luckily, her beauty secrets are documented, making it possible for women everywhere to test them and create that same seductive beauty that made her a legend.

Milk And Honey Bath :


Cleopatra’s most well-known beauty secret was her ritual of bathing in milk and honey. Together these ingredients soften the skin, exfoliate naturally, and leave you smelling fresh and sugary. So make your own by adding two cups of milk and ½ cup of honey to your bath water.

Body Scrub Of This Queen :


In order to get that faultless skin Cleopatra had her servants giving her a body massage of this phenomenal scrub. Just mix sea salt with cream (full cream, flavored or you can use malaai ) and gently rub your body with it in circular motions. Make sure to leave this scrub to sit on your skin for at least 5 minutes, then rinse.

Face Mask :


Take 2 tablespoons of cream or malaai with 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply it to your face and, after letting it sit for about 10 minutes, rinse it off with warm water. Cleopatra also used a grape mask that can be made by crushing grapes and mixing honey in them, apply the paste on your face and let it sit for 15 minutes. These masks will leave your skin fresh and smooth.

Rose Water :


Using rose water as a makeup remover works like magic, also scatter it in the morning and at night – the process will hydrate your skin and nourish it. Rose water is the best skin toner and it can be used on the face instead of makeup primer – your foundation will glide on your skin very smoothly and easily, and the wonderful odor is a great bonus!

Apple Cider Vinegar :


Back then too, Cleopatra was aware of the magical benefits on apple cider vinegar. For the rinse you need 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar and 1 basin filled with warm water. Pour the apple cider vinegar into the warm water. Thoroughly splash your face with the rinse. And, then let your face dry without using a towel. Before you do this, be sure to start with a perfectly clean face!