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Egyptian Loofah sponge

Our range of natural Egyptian Loofahs gives your skin a healthy glow and radiance by exfoliating in the most organic way. By scrubbing away the dead skin and enhancing surface circulation your skin is left glowing. It also stimulates skin nerve endings.     The loofah comes from a vegetable plant that is related to the cucumber. It has a high absorbency rate of water and other solutions such as bath gels. It is also a natural media for temperature insulation. The loofah is made of meshed fibers that when dry make a great exfoliating agent. This is what our range of high-quality scrubbers are made from.     Our Egyptian loofahs are made of soft, skin-friendly, spongy fibers that...

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Egyptian Perfume Bottles

  Our range of handcrafted miniature genie perfume bottles is made of blown glass by skilled Egyptian craftsmen. These heirloom quality bottles are mouth blown one by one to ensure the highest quality is maintained. Every vial is uniquely created in fanciful shapes and rich luminous, assorted colors.    They are the perfect size for perfumes and essential oils. At 5mcl each vial holds the ideal amount of fragrance. The matching handcrafted top can be used as a handy applicator. They come in a set of 10 with a money back guarantee and free replacements for any that might arrive broken or in poor condition. They make a perfect gift for any occasion, fill them up with an exquisite scent...

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Papyrus paper Ancient Egyptian art

Papyrus   Papyrus is an early form of paper first known to have been used in Egypt but was widely used in the Mediterranean region, Southwest Asia, and inland Europe. Originally the processing of papyrus was invented by the Chinese and moved East until the Egyptians adopted it. It is a versatile material and is used for many purposes including the making of shoes and fuel. Higher quality papyrus was used for important documents and the rougher sheets used for baskets, hats, ropes and even trays.  After the invention of parchment and later cheap paper, use of papyrus was discontinued. Sporadic attempts to revive the manufacture of papyrus proved unsuccessful. The modern techniques used in production now were developed in...

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