Egyptian milk bath has became really famous after historians and archaeologists have proved that this procedure was number one in Cleopatra beauty arsenal. Milk bath is known as a rejuvenating procedure since ancient times. Special popularity brought her great Queen of Egypt Cleopatra who took milk baths on a daily basis. It is known that for milk baths Queen used the milk of a young donkey. However, beauticians say: there is no difference what milk you have - cow or goat milk, it is both great.
Egyptian milk bath improves blood circulation, skin metabolism, opens pores, on the one hand washing away all the dirt and greasy deposits, and on the other hand, providing deeper absorption of biologically active substances gained from milk.
Milk is enriched with vitamins A and E, this way it refreshes the skin, nourishes it, making the skin elastic and beautiful. Vitamin B helps in getting rid of wrinkles. In addition, the fat and milk protein, perfectly moisturize skin, preventing it from dehydration. It is therefore considered that milk bath is especially useful for those who have dry and sensitive skin.
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