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It’s just fascinating studying the skincare ritual in Ancient Egypt. All men and women from all social classes performed it and applied make-up 6,000 years ago in their society.

 

It was part of their daily life. They believed cleanliness is necessary for good health (world class hygiene level), taking care of the body was a sign of humility, and beauty was a sign of holiness. These traits were so important to them that skincare culture back then was even more popular than it is today.

 

It wasn’t just about aesthetics. They also used cosmetics to protect them from the sun, insects, and desert weather, which makes me wonder if the sun protection was broad-spectrum at the time.

 

If you look closely into their skincare regimen, they were very similar to what we do today – cleansing with soap, exfoliate, wearing a clay mask, and applying natural oils. All were natural and organic too!

 

Their skincare culture was full of wisdom and delicacy. Would you care to know more about their ritual?