- Dry skin
- All skin types
Gold was always on the most wanted list of humans. Pirates have hunted it. Monarchs have exploited it. Jewelers have sold it. But where did gold come from? Research by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics suggests that the Earth’s supply of gold originated from collisions of dead stars and has been present in the dust from which the Solar System formed. Because the Earth was molten when it was formed, almost all of the gold present in the early Earth is thought to have sunk into the planetary core. Therefore, most of the gold that is in the Earth’s crust and mantle is thought to have been delivered to Earth later, by asteroid impacts, about 4 billion years ago.
Amber is wrapped in even more mysterious stories. Since people learned to use amber, which happened more than 8000 years ago, attempts have been made many times to unravel the mystery of its origin. Both scientific works and folklore have come up with versions that have rarely met halfway.
Some researchers were, for example, convinced that amber was hardened oil, others tended to consider amber as fossilised honey of wild bees. Hypotheses were also put forward that amber was sea-foam that had hardened under the influence of sunbeams; amber was considered to be a product of vital functions of forest ants, solidified “sun ether”, mountain oil, earth mineral fertiliser and so on.
Ancient peoples endowed amber itself with supernatural qualities. Some primitive tribes used articles from amber in their magic rites. Amber amulets were worn as protection from diseases and against being killed in a battle. People believed that amber “pulled out” a disease from the body and attracted good luck. It was believed that amber adornments averted misfortune, guarded against the evil eye, brought luck in love, and made a man stronger and cleverer.
Apart from exaggeration, amber undoubtedly has a positive impact on the nervous system, its sunny colour is pleasant to see, and touching its warm smooth surface is not only enjoyable but it helps one to concentrate. Its properties bring multiple benefits to the body. Amber oil isused to clean the pores, has anti-aging properties and stimulates cell renewall. It is capable of improving elasticity and manage skin conditions.
The sophisticated perfume of ROYAL GARDEN natural soap is like a late summer walk through an exotic garden filled with blossiming flowers of delicate bitter-fresh neroli, enchanting top notes of sweet orange, touched by a pale undetrone of cedarwood. The golden hour before the sunset warms up the dominant, sweet and musky breeze of luxurious amber.
“We are stardust,
We are golden
And we’ve got to get ourselves
Back to the garden.”
– Joni Mitchell
- Covered in a 24-karat gold foil, ”Royal Garden” brings liquid colloidal gold as its main ingredient to help your skin look beautiful, young and healthy.
- Contains oils that protect and nourish the skin. They help the skin form a protective shield that is proven to be effective against premature aging.
- Amber essential oil, whose benefits have been known from ancient times, acts as a biostimulant and antiaging for the skin cells.
- It cleans the skin very gently, leaving a luxurious, warm fragrance imbued with precious essential oils of amber, neroli, sweet orange and cedar.
INGREDIENTS: olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, thermal water, colloidal gold, argan oil, seabuckthorn oil, neroli essential oil, sweet orange essential oil, cedar essential oil, amber essential oil, 24K gold foil