Of course, like most ancient fashionistas she also understood the power of aromatherapy. Therefore, it's not surprising that her famous milk baths were often perfumed with Jasmine essential oil, rose essential oil or rose water. It is also no stretch of the imagination to consider the fact that Cleopatra most likely shared baths with both her lovers, Caesar and Mark Anthony.
- Prevents sun damage and premature skin aging as a result of sun exposure
- Stimulates collagen production within the skin cells
- Is a highly effective astringent on sensitive skin
- Rejuvenates and exfoliates the surface layers of the skin
- Is highly effective at moisturizing all skin types
- Can help treat acne through its antibacterial properties
Fun Fact: During religious ceremonies, the priestesses of Ancient Greece used to immerse white doves in rose water and then release them to sprinkle rose water over the gathering as a representation of the blessings of Aphrodite, the Goddess of love.