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Bath – Beauty – Aromas of Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt was world-renowned for products pleasing to the senses, caring for the body, and protective of the skin. Years of research and testing were committed to reconstructing the most effective and luxurious bath, beauty, and aromas from Ancient Egypt.


The ancient Egyptians bathed religiously with natron and showers or baths in sacred lakes. The Ebers Medical Papyrus from c. 1500 BCE describes animal and plant-based fats and oils that were mixed with alkalines or salts to provide a soap-like substance that the ancient Egyptians used to bathe. Our bath salts are formulated to be identical to ancient Egyptian natron, and our soaps and body washes are also formulated to be similar to the ancient Egyptian soaps to promote the same cleanliness of the ancient Egyptians.

Body Wash

Our body wash is all-natural and blends several oils and butters with a mild but effective liquid soap with no synthetic agents. It provides a cleansing and moisturizing lather.

Instructions: Wet skin in the shower or bath. Apply the desired amount on a washcloth or pouf and lather. Rub in a circular motion and rinse completely. Repeat if desired. 

ingredients: Distilled Water, Saphonicated Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, Xanthan Gum


Our soap is handmade from synthetic-free olive oil, grapeseed oil, almond oil, and coconut

Instructions: Wet hands and rub into a lather. Massage the lather over the skin before rinsing with warm water.

Ingredients: Saphonicated Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Almond Oil, Distilled Water


Natron is detoxifying; rash and sunburn relieving, and leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth. Natron is a blend of natural salts used by the ancient Egyptians to purify their bodies and clothing. The natural salts in natron’s composition will relieve itching and pain from rashes, insect bites, and sunburn. Natron provides a PH of over 9.5, which is extremely beneficial to the skin as a detoxifying agent.

Directions: Pour into the bath and allow to dissolve. Can also be mixed with water into a paste and applied directly to

Ingredients: Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Sulfate


The ancient Egyptians were world-renowned for their beauty products and cosmetics. They created beautification still in use today and excelled in skin regeneration, age-defying, and skin condition treatments.


Our hand and body lotion quickly replenishes moisture & restores softness.

Our lotion is all-natural, moisturizing, skin-protecting, and inflammation-reducing, and provides natural SPF sunscreen. The ingredients are safe and non-toxic to the skin with ingredients that were used in ancient Egypt.

Directions: Shake well. After bathing, apply lotion while the skin is still damp and rub in a circular motion until absorbed.

Ingredients: Distilled Water, Shea Butter, Beeswax, Lettuce Oil, Aloe Vera, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Zinc Oxide


The ancient Egyptians created their cosmetics with ground minerals and plants for color and sun protection mixed with beef tallow, beeswax, and oils. Satjya Natjrw has formulated traditional cosmetic paints for the eyes, lips and
cheeks with cosmetic grade mica mineral and zinc oxide to protect from the damaging rays of the sun.

Ingredients: beeswax, beef tallow, distilled water, zinc oxide, xanthan gum, mica, jojoba oil


Our Kyphi is a unique product for maximum skin moisturizing and age-defying treatment.

Ingredients: Dates, Grape Wine, Date Wine, Honey, Frankincense, Myrrh, Chios, Pine Resin, Sweet Flag, Rooibos, Lemongrass, Spearmint, Sweet Galingale, Juniper, Pine Kernels, Chervil, Cinnamon, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil

Ka’ Hr Ka’

Ka’ Hr Ka’ is a unique product from ancient Egypt that is antimicrobial and regenerates skin tone and condition. It excels at improving fine lines, wrinkles and age spots, and other skin conditions.

Ingredients: Frankincense resin, Pine resin, Honey, Egyptian lotus, Palm Butter, Olive oil, Castor Oil, Grape Wine, Beeswax, Cinnamon


Mendesian moisturizes, cleans, tightens the skin, exfoliates, and strengthens skin muscles to reduce aging. Mendesian facilitates the fading of unwanted blemishes on the skin and soothes itchiness. It effectively cleans,
moisturizes, and tightens the skin, thereby reducing and preventing further chapping, cracking, and sagging.

The antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of Mendesian provide a multitude of benefits for the skin.  Mendesian also supports blood flow to the skin, improving moisture. Mendesian also helps remove dead skin cells and reinstate the softness of your skin. Mendesian smooths the skin while promoting relaxation.

Ingredients: Myrrh, Cinnamon, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil


has natural astringent properties, and balances oil production while tightening the skin.

Frankincense benefits include the ability to strengthen and improve skin elasticity, and tone, and strengthen against bacteria and blemishes, as well as inflammation reducing and tissue remodeling components.

Ingredients: Frankincense Resin, Almond Oil, Grapeseed Oil


Myrrh is effective in improving the condition and health of the skin and hair.

Used topically facilitates the fading of unwanted blemishes on the skin, soothes itchiness, and improves skin conditions. It effectively cleans, moisturizes, and tightens the skin, thereby reducing and preventing further chapping, cracking, and sagging. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant components of Myrrh smooth the skin while promoting relaxation. Myrrh’s astringency strengthens hair roots and reduces hair loss, as well as improving the health and appearance of hair. 

Ingredients: Myrrh Resin, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil


Our special blend of oils, herbs, and resins is drawn from ancient Egyptian medicine and has proven to aid in stronger, longer, and healthier hair.

The Ebers Papyrus provided many remedies to aid in hair loss, strength, health, and softness. Drawn from this ancient document, Satjya Natjrw formulated an effective product to improve the quality of the hair.

Lettuce oil is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B6, C, and E and minerals Calcium, Iron, and Zinc. These are beneficial to prevent hair loss, stimulate hair growth, strengthen the hair shafts, and maintaining scalp health. Lettuce oil also protects the hair from damage by the sun, weather, and hard water. Also, it is effective in softening dry and coarse hair and gives dull hair a healthy sheen. The Ebers Papyrus lists lettuce oil as an ingredient to encourage the growth of hair when applied to the scalp.

Fir oil contains several antimicrobial components that help treat and prevent some scalp conditions. Fir also contains natural antioxidants that assist with maintaining hair growth. The ancient Egyptians used fir oil as a hair growth tonic.

The Ebers Papyrus provided a specific formula of lotus, myrrh, cumin, juniper, and moringa oil as an effective treatment that “keeps hair and scalp in good condition in the dry hot climate.” Modern dermatologists recommend all
these ingredients for the scalp and hair. Lotus oil is promoted for its benefits in hair growth, damage repair, and early control of hair graying. Cumin is known to nourish hair follicles and the scalp to potentially aid in the prevention of hair loss and dandruff. The inflammation-reducing, antioxidant, and astringent qualities of juniper make for a benefit for dandruff and hair health. Moringa oil is suggested for dry and brittle hair from treatments and to moisturize, strengthen, and protect hair.

Directions: Massage into the hair and scalp after washing hair. 

Ingredients: Lettuce Oil, Fir Oil, Egyptian Lotus Oil, Myrrh, Cumin, Juniper, Moringa Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Almond Oil


Our unguents are a combination of oils, beeswax, and butters combined with raw products for an effective beauty treatment.

Directions: Use as a balm for dry skin, an exfoliating scrub, and a beauty mask for fine lines and wrinkles.

Ingredients: Castor Oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil, palm butter, shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax


Our ointments are a blend of oils, beeswax, and butters infused with our fragrance oil for moisturizing, age-defying, and skin-repairing properties.

Directions: Apply as an aftershave, lip balm, or wrinkle treatment. Our ointment also works well as a beard balm and hair moisturizer

Ingredients: Castor Oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil, palm butter, shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax


The ancient Egyptian elites and commoners alike enjoyed pleasing aromas upon their bodies, and many records we have found are from tombs that provide the recipes of the owner’s favorite scent in unguent or oil form. Doctors utilized scents in their external medicine of utmost importance in the treatment of their patients. From Cleopatra, who scented the sails of her pleasure barge with Susinon; to the baker’s wife who enjoyed a fragrant oil produced with myrrh on a holiday of Hathor, scents brought joy to the people of ancient Egypt. The gods themselves enjoyed scents of burning incense, oils, and unguents on their sacred statues and temples. Tons of exotic ingredients from frankincense to cinnamon to spearmint were offered by the Pharaoh to the temples of the gods for their continued beneficence.

Satjya Natjrw researched recipes for these fragrances and modernly reproduced the scents of ancient Egypt. We then used them to produce products all bearing these unique aromas of the gods of ancient Egypt.

Our fragrance oils are created from ancient Egyptian formulae found in temples, tombs, and on papyri. We use the ancient method of heat steeping as the ancient Egyptians utilized, whereby the ingredients are heated with oil over several hours. As modern perfumes use distilled essential oils that were not produced until the 13th – 14th centuries CE, our scents are more subtle than modern perfumes, especially when smelled from the bottle, but they are more fragrant after they are shaken and then applied to the skin. Compare our prices to modern iterations that use essential oils and ingredients that did not exist in ancient Egypt. While ancient perfumes require more application, our fragrance oils are more economical and accurate to ancient formulae.

Directions: Warm the oil and shake well to agitate the contents. Apply to the skin and allow the scent to


Known as Kyphi by the ancient Greeks, this ancient incense bears the name of Ka’apat, which was the oldest word for incense. Its wonderful scent permeates the mind and soul, relaxing the spirits. Ka’apat was burned in ancient temples
during the evening rituals, to prepare the god for Their slumber. Satjya Natjrw has reconstructed this incense from the ancient recipe found at the Ointment Workshop of the Temple of Horus in Edfu, Egypt.

Ka’apat is an incense that has a long history in ancient Egypt. Its earliest mention comes from the Pyramid Texts,
where it is listed among offerings that the deceased king would find good in the afterlife. In the medical Papyrus Ebers, a recipe for Ka’apat appears to cense the home and clothes and was ingested as a treatment for bad breath. The Papyrus Harris I lists the ingredients for Ka’pat as offerings to various temples by Rameses III. The word for censing or burning incense is ‘ka’ap’ hence it can be seen Ka’apat is one of the oldest incense created and used by the ancients.

The late first/early second century CE historian Plutarch is most notably a wealth of information on Ka’apat (called Kyphi by his time as a Greek transliteration of Ka’apat). He reveals the Egyptians ingested Kyphi as a cleansing tonic, and its smoke is calming and brought sleep.

“The Kyphi emits a sweet breath and a beneficent exhalation by which all is changed, while the body, being moved by the whiff softly and gently acquires a temper that seductively brings on sleep, so that without intoxication it relaxes and loosens the chain-like sorrows and tensions of daily cares. The scent purifies and polishes like a mirror the faculty, which is imaginative and receptive to dreams, just like the notes of the lyre which the Pythagoreans used before sleep to charm and heal the emotive and irrational part of the soul. For scent often restores the power of perception when it is failing, while they often obscure and calm it, since the exhalations penetrate the body because of their smooth softness.”

Plutarch – Second Century CE

Plutarch also reveals Kyphi was burned in the temples during the evening rites of temples in Egypt, along with frankincense in the morning and myrrh at midday. This corresponds to a story in the 4th century B.C.E. of Petese, the prophet of Ra in Heliopolis, who was struck down by the gods. The wife of Petese mixes frankincense, myrrh, and Kyphi; she burns this for the sun god Ra who then speaks in the voice of Petese, thus this powerful combination was able to bring the power of speech to her dead husband.

Ingredients: Dates, Grape Wine, Date Wine, Honey, Frankincense, Myrrh, Chios, Pine Resin, Sweet Flag, Rooibos, Lemongrass, Spearmint, Sweet Galingale, Juniper, Pine Kernels, Chervil, Cinnamon, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil

Ka’ Hr Ka’

The sacred Kaʿ Hr Kaʿ unguent is produced for the burial rites of the god Sokar-Osiris during the month of Khoiak to renew the cycle of His death and rebirth. Though the Kaʿ Hr Kaʿ unguent is to anoint the emblematic Sokar mummy the ingredients are excellent for the skin. The complex scent consists of layers of cinnamon and frankincense, Egyptian lotus, with a hint of pine. It will leave you with that feeling of the immortality of Osiris ascending to the heavens.

Ingredients: Frankincense resin, Pine resin, Honey, Egyptian Lotus, Palm Butter, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Grape Wine, Beeswax, Cinnamon


This scent originated in Mendes; the Greek name of the Ancient Egyptian city of Djadwt, also known in Ancient
Egypt as Par Ba’nabdjadwt (The Domain of the Ram Lord of Djadwt) and Inapat, is known today as Tell El-Ruba. This Nile Delta city became the capital of Ancient Egypt’s Late Period. The mendesian perfume was so popular for thousands of years, that it became known simply as ‘The Egyptian’ by Roman times.

Ba’anabdjadwt was the god of Mendes, who was consulted by the Divine Tribunal in the Judgment of Horus and Seth. Ptah, the creator god of Memphis, took the form of Ba’anabdjadwt in his form of virility in the conception of Ramesses II. It can be worn for creativity, virility, and a favorable court verdict.

Ingredients: Myrrh, Cinnamon, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil


Boswellia serrata is the botanical name given to the tree that produces the resin known to the ancient Egyptians as Sanatjar. It was first imported from Syria and Punt, with Pharaohs Hatshepsut, Tuthmose III, Amenhotep II, and Rameses III attempting to grow trees to provide a domestic supply. Sanatjar was utilized in cosmetics, medicine, and ritual censing.  Burned as incense in purification rituals, it was also the first burned in the morning temple rites.

Ingredients: Frankincense Resin, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil


Myrrh is a natural resin extracted from the tree Commiphora myrrha across the Middle East and parts of Africa. Like frankincense, it is an antiseptic. It was used in Pharaonic medicine as an analgesic for bruises, arthritis, sprains, and toothaches. The ancient Egyptians used Myrrh as incense for their midday temple ritual.

Ingredients: Myrrh Resin, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil


This favorite of Cleopatra is made with the highest quality ingredients of lily with complex notes of cardamom, sweet flag, myrrh, and Persian saffron.

Susinon oil was exceedingly popular and used by Greeks and Egyptians alike, but the quality of Egypt’s Susinon was considered far superior. With evidence going back as far as the 26th dynasty of the production of lily oil, it had been in
production in Egypt since 500 B.C.E. The most exotic ingredients were used in the production of oil, with top-quality moringa oil as its base for its long-lasting, non-greasy, and light consistency. Only the best quality Persian saffron and lily procured in Aswan, Egypt is used to reproduce this rare and luxurious scent.

Ingredients: Lily, Moringa Oil, Sweet Flag, Myrrh, Sweet Aromatic Wine, Cardamom, Persian Saffron, Cinnamon, Honey, Sodium Chloride