Cleopatra bath

A Cleopatra bath is a bathing experience named after the famous Egyptian queen Cleopatra. It is a bath, usually carried out in a tub or whirlpool, with special ingredients added to the water that are intended to help relax and nourish the skin.

Traditionally, milk and honey are added to the Cleopatra bath to nourish and soften the skin. Milk contains lactic acid, which can help break down dead skin cells and smooth skin. Honey is a natural antibacterial and moisturizing agent that leaves the skin soft and supple.

Other ingredients can be added depending on the user’s preference or goal. For example, essential oils such as lavender oil or rose oil can be added for their calming and relaxing properties. Salts or minerals like Epsom salt can help relieve muscle pain and promote relaxation.

Often considered a luxurious and pampering experience, the Cleopatra bath can help reduce stress and improve mood. However, it is important to make sure that the water is not too hot and that you do not stay in the water for too long to avoid overheating your body. It is also recommended to shower before bathing to remove dirt and oils from the skin and to ensure that the bath ingredients can work directly on the skin.