The ancient Egyptians mixed their fragrances with oils and butters to provide a luxurious ointment balm for skin and hair ravaged by the dry and arid weather of Egypt. The blend of Myrrh fragrance oil with other oils and butters provides moisturizing, age-defying, and skin-repairing properties.
Myrrh is a natural resin extracted from the tree Commiphora myrrha across the Middle East and parts of Africa. Like frankincense, it is an antimicrobial. It is also widely used as a palliative for bruises, arthritis, sprains, and toothaches. The ancient Egyptians used Myrrh as incense for their midday temple ritual, as well as medicinally.
Directions: Apply as an aftershave, lip balm, wrinkle treatment, beard balm, and hair moisturizer.
Ingredients: myrrh resin, almond oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil, palm butter, shea butter, beeswax