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Cinnamon and Myrrh soap

Cinnamon and Myrrh soap

Cinnamon and Myrrh soap


Cinnamon and myrrh were held in high regard already in the antique times.

In ancient Egypt myrrh ws used in perfumes. Even Cleopatra was known for combining cinnamon and myrrh in her cosmetics. In Greece myrrh was also very widely known. It was even used to scent wine.

Myrrh was also one of the three gifts presented to newborn Jesus Christ. The gift itself symbolised cleanliness, purity the ability to heal.

The use of cinnamon did not border with Europe however. In ancient Chinese medicine it was used to slow ageing and to rejuvenate the body and the mind.

Myrrh is a very strong antiseptic which also helps to lower stress.

Cinnamon is an antioxidant which also stimulates the blood circulation.

Together they create a soap which has a cosy Christmas aroma, deep history and a symbolic meaning.

  • ingredients

    Lard, Sodium hydroxide, Cinnamon, Cinnamon essential oil, Myrrh

  • Weight

    120 grams

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