Honey …Ancient beauty secret
Did you know Most microorganisms can’t grow in honey, so sealed honey does not spoil, even after thousands of years? Or that it takes a honeybee a lifetime to make one teaspoon of honey?
Honey is delicious and is really one of natures miracles. You’ve probably heard about the many benefits of honey, how about putting sweet tasting superfood on your skin and face?
The ancient Egyptians, Chinese, Greeks and Romans used honey for wound-healing. Components of honey under preliminary research for their potential antibacterial properties include methylglyoxal, hydrogen peroxide, and royalisin (also called defensin-1) So imagine what it can do to improve and maintain skin health.
Well, honey has been used for centuries for powerful healing properties and beautifying ancient remedies. Legend has it that Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, started skin care products. Originally indulging in milk and honey treatments daily.
Known to be historically one of the most beautiful women ever, but had smooth, glowing, soft, silky skin. We've also heard other Queens have followed honey beauty regimes designed for giving them beautiful skin. Taking baths in milk and honey resulted in smooth, nourished and lustrous skin. never going a day without their honey ritual.