A major benefit of using Cinnamon is that it helps to enhance skin complexion. This is due to the anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of cinnamon and is popular with our clients for weight loss as cinnamon is known to balance insulin levels and curb sugar cravings  .This Beautiful Ancient bar with Ceylon roasted cinnamon with a goat milk and Organic honey base is secret blend used for thousands of year in many Ancient civilizations 
The beauty treatments and procedures that many of us are enjoying nowadays are in fact inspired or derived from the practices ancient civilizations.

Ancient Egyptian Roasted & Honey Cinnamon

  • You must have heard of how AHA, or Alpha Hydroxy Acid, is important in exfoliating your skin. In fact, if you look at the ingredients of many skin products sold in the market today, you will realize that majority of them contain AHA. Queen Cleopatra, the epitome of beauty even up to the present, used AHA through milk baths to keep her skin soft and smooth as ever. It is a common misconception that AHA is a synthetic ingredient. In reality, however, this substance is naturally found in Goat milk and other citrus fruits.

  • Cinnamon helps regulate your levels so this excess fat does not build up. For the reasons mentioned above, maintaining a regulated blood sugar level is important forweight loss. Cinnamon can help do this by controlling insulin quantities as well as directly act on the blood sugar itself. our Ancient Body bars contain Honey for added nourishment to the skin . as such is not reccommened for diabetics.

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