According to the legend Tutankhamen was so fascinated by the effects of black cumin that ordered his servants to have it with them all the time. After Pharaoh death vial with oil was closed in his sarcophagus. Cleopatra and Nefertiti owed black cumin’s oil a beautiful and silky smooth skin.
Perfectly relaxes, nourishes, delights with a sweet, nutty fragrance and light texture. ‘Fruits’ of the hazel tree, widespread plant, are appreciated from antiquity. Greek and Roman women used this oil not only for cosmetic purposes but also in the kitchen.
Produced from hand-picked shea tree’s nuts, which in Africa are sacred. That’s why it’s nothing suprising in the fact that it’s miraculous properties are widely use at the cosmetics and medicine. Shea butter is one of the best cosmetics delivered by nature. This is a great addictive to the creams, lotions, masks, body and hair care cosmetics.
In Namibia, the country in the southern Africa, women from Ovambo tribe for centuries are producing marula oil and use it as a universal cosmetic for skin and hair care. This yellow, liquid oil is pressed from the seeds of the Marula tree fruits, fav tree of the elephants. These animals love marula fruits and are eating it with seeds straight from the tree.
Feel like bathed in rose petals Angela from 'American Beauty'. Let the delicate aroma of hydrolate spread around the apartment and allow to nurture skin by valuable components of the preparation. Take the benefits of the queen of flowers, a symbol of love, strength and beauty. Rose is considered as one of the most exclusive and expensive natural materials.