From the beauty secrets of Cleopatra – Sweet almond oil


Sweet almond oil is rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. It reduces wrinkles, softens dry areas, relaxes, invigorates and nourishes. Its toning and anti-aging properties make it ideal as a massaging oil for face and body.

It is a light oil that is not immediately absorbed into the skin, but which doesn’t leave an oily touch.
Almond oil is easily recognized by its colorless-yellowish tint and smell of almonds. Used daily, it moisturizes and regenerates the skin, efficiently participating in keeping it healthy and beautiful. Perhaps you’ve already noticed that in the list of ingredients of various cosmetics products and its sensational benefits are the reasons why.

Body oil has been an important part of the daily beauty ritual for women in Egypt. They used massage their skin with rosemary oil, almond, lavender and they always looked radiant. Sweet almond oil was also used as eye cream. To care for their hair, the Egyptian mixed equal amounts of coconut oil and almond oil. They used this magic potion to get their hair strong and shiny. Not ultimately, the Egyptian women also had a solution for wrinkles. For an excellent anti-wrinkle cream they mixed a teaspoon of sweet almond oil with two drops of essential oil of Boswellia. High society women of ancient Egyptian society used almond oil to prepare an ointment with honey, wine and cinnamon, to get beautiful, radiating skin.

Because it has a formula close to that of sebum naturally produced by our skin, almond oil can be used for cleansing the face, including around the eyes.
It is recommended for all skin types, including for oily skin due to it texture which resembles sebum naturally produced by the skin.
This miraculous oil is perfect for treating dark circles and to moisturize the lips, as well.

The high content of oleic and linoleic acids in sweet almond oil are extremely valuable in skincare. It intensively softens the skin, decreasing irritation and inflammation, and also preventing stretch marks, slowing the aging process of tegument, smoothing wrinkles at the same time.

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