History of Face Masks: Cleopatra

Hey, it’s Faria here to educate you guys a bit!

We are going to begin a history of face mask series on our blog. For our first blog, I want to talk about the most beautiful women in history – Cleopatra. She was one of the first people to use face masks.  As queen of Egypt, it was important for Cleopatra to maintain her beauty. It was said she used it to charm the likes of Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony. What was the key to her spectacular looks? Masks! Cleopatra used a myriad of ingredients for her face masks. For anti-aging, she used a mixture of aloe vera, beeswax, and Cyprus grass power. Another mask contained egg whites to completely revitalize and nourish her skin. Cleopatra also combined honey and aloe vera to create a soothing mask to rejuvenate her skin. Honey has many amazing effects on the skin. This ingredient helps to soothe wrinkles and also helps collagen cells develop. It is even said that she used a lime and oil mixture to help cleanse her face.

If you are looking for some face masks with the same ingredients that Cleopatra used, Beauteque has got you covered.

It’s Skin The Fresh Mask Sheet – Honey – Glow & Elasticity

This cushion pulp sheet includes nutrition from fresh and natural honey extract that will provide a natural glow and improve elasticity to your skin.

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Nature Republic Real Nature Mask Sheet – Aloe

This mask increases skin absorption potential, hydrates, and moisturizes with nutrients moisturize with natural ingredient essences.

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Esfolio Egg Essence Mask Sheet

As a highly concentrated essence-type mask sheet, the mask pack contains Egg Yolk Extract which helps to make the skin energetic and moist.

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Xo,

Faria

 

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36 thoughts on “History of Face Masks: Cleopatra

  1. I’m super excited about the new Beauteque mask-centric site!! You can never have too many and it’s so hard to find a reliable site with a good variety!

  2. This was super interesting, thank you! I always appreciate understand the reason behind why we do what we do in the name of health and beauty 🙂

  3. Yaaaas! I can’t wait for the new mask focused Beauteque! It’s soo hard to find good quality masks and variety online that targets different concerns. Thank you Beauteque!

  4. Loveing the changes you guys made in this website it’s so easy to use and it’s simple and classy.👌😍👍🏻💖

  5. It seems like masks are an up and coming thing lately! I work at Sally beauty supply and we just got a whole new line of Korean skin care masks. I love what you’re doing with the website because I feel like with skincare, there’s a mask for everyone! It’s simple and fun to try out new masks!

  6. i’m happy to see how the new site is focusing on masks! sheet masks are definitely one of my favorite skincare goodies! i hope there will be lots of information and recommendation on masks for me to grow my collection! the layout of the blog is very cute and simple so it isn’t too hard on the eyes! love it!

    1. We always try to provide as much information on each mask as possible! If you ever have a question you can reach out to us as well, glad you like the new changes!

  7. I feel like Cleopatra really set the stage for so many beauty trends we see today. The whole Donkey Milk product line that’s popular now in k beauty also dates back to her taking baths in the stuff. Great article!

  8. Love that you are focusing on masks they are my favorite part of kbeauty! So easy to find targeted solutions for my skin care. The changes to the website are amazing, so easy to navigate and shop!

  9. I really like how you will be focusing more on masks!! There are so many masks out there so now it will be easier to find the perfect masks for my skin type!! I also like that you are giving facts and history of face masks! It’s something that most people wouldn’t know, especially how Cleapatra used face masks way back then~ I hope things will turn out very well!!

  10. Masks are so wonderful! i love them! This was also very interesting to read, i didnt know the history of masks could be so informative. Masks are so worldwide its amazing

  11. The more you know! Love the introduction and idea of a “history of facemasks.” Definitely something I’ve never even considered until this post. Makes me want to splurge on all of those masks mentioned. Faria, great work with the first history post and I can’t wait to see what else Beauteque shares on this blog in the future! Good job Beauteque Team!

  12. Starting off with the history of face masks and Cleopatras influence was a really good hook! But I enjoyed the mask suggestion more. There are so many of them to chose from so this was very helpful!

  13. I have to admit I was a little worried at first because I thought you were getting rid of BB bags buttttt now that I know they are staying I think is awesome ! Looking forward to the update !

  14. This is awesome ! Thanks for the update ! Masks are a staple in my beauty routine, have one for every kind of problem. They work wonders ^_^

  15. Great to hear that you’re revamping the site to be more mask-focused! Between the rising trends of masking and how quick and effective they are, I know this uodate is going to go over well for your site! I also love reading about ingredients in products and their effectiveness–always a plus to know what’s going on our skin! Pretty fun also reading about how far back masking goes. Thanks for the blog, it was a fun read! 🙂

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