The recipe for beauty
LIQUID HAND SOAP MILK & HONEY
Today, there aren't many cosmetic companies that wouldn't use it as it is well known that milk, high in calcium, potassium, phosphorus, vitamins A, E and B group, strengthens the body not only from the inside but also, processed and added to creams, improves skin condition. Milk proteins penetrate skin cells stimulating collagen and elastin production and simultaneously increasing the content of the moisturizing hyaluronic acid, promoting skin regeneration and firming and as a result smoothing the wrinkles. It is added to facial creams and masks dedicated to aging skin that has started to lose the elasticity. Amino acids found in milk have the ability to retain water in the epidermis which increases skin moisturizing and improves elasticity of the stratum corneum. Hence, they are common ingredient of the moisturizers. Hair products containing milk proteins strengthen hair giving them healthy, shiny look. Milk lipids can restore the damaged hydrolipid skin layer and therefore they are often used by the products dedicated to sensitive, dry or irritated skin.
Enzymes, hormones and antibacterial substances make honey a truly versatile substance in relation to skin care. Honey can moisturize, regenerate, cleanse and smooth the skin. It is a wonderful ingredient of home-made facial masks. It also contains flavonoids responsible for removing free radicals from the body and is well known to prevent aging. Honey helps to moisturize the skin and maintain the proper moisture level. Therefore, it is often used as a natural ingredient of all types of cosmetics for sensitive, delicate skin also for the children.
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In ancient times, many women like Cleopatra or Nero's wife Poppea believed that bathing in donkey's milk helps maintain beauty.Taking care of the beauty, Poppea bathed daily in milk produced by 500 donkeys. Rubbing the skin with bread soaked in milk was popular in Rome - it was one of the first natural body scrubs.
To produce 1 kg of honey, bee needs to sit on flowers or leaves about 4 million times.