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Aromatherapy in Egypt|Perfume in Ancient Egypt

  • 05 16, 2023

Aromatherapy in Egypt

Egypt has great fame for making oils and  perfumes, especially aromatherapy, But there is a big gap between the Egyptian perfumes, oils, and the current perfumes that we know,  the real concept of liquid and perfumes ointment was different from what we found in King Tut Ankh Amun Tomb 

The Ancient Egyptians mixed the oils and perfumes with the religious culture which is were the first civilization to mix it which means the foul odors associated with uncleanliness and beautiful smell were associated with holiness.

Perfume in Ancient Egypt

which is that body care was the main requirement for all Egyptian men and women even at all level's  society plus they oiled their bodies as a daily routine and we have all the details in Ebers papyrus one of the earliest recorders It indicates that the Egyptian doctors have an accurate knowledge of all kinds of herbs and flowers  

Check out our shopping tours and you will get the chance to visit the ancient Egyptian oils and perfumes stories to see how the ancient Egyptian made their social perfumes and learn about how could the priests used the oils in temples with kings and within the festivals then, after all, you can smell by yourself our fabulous perfumes 

 

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In Egypt, aromatherapy is widely used for a range of purposes. It is commonly used to promote relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, relieve headaches, alleviate respiratory issues, and enhance sleep quality. Additionally, aromatherapy is often employed in skincare and beauty treatments due to its ability to rejuvenate the skin and improve overall complexion.

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