The precious metal has antioxidant properties and helps to regenerate cells and also to mental well-being. Gold is transported through the substance gamma PGA, whose strong moisturizing formula holds moisture for healthy and soft skin. Gold prevents premature aging, drastically treating free radicals.
Historically, gold was known for its healing and cosmetic properties. In Cleopatra’s years, pure gold was a valuable tool for maintaining youthful skin. Historians say that Cleopatra slept with a gold mask every night. In ancient Rome, gold balsam was used to cope with various skin problems.
Additionally, gold was considered medicine and a key to youth in ancient China, as the queen of the Qing dynasty used gold on her face every day. Also, Czars in Russia used it in all their food and dishes as a collector of microbes and poisons.
According to official surveys, edible gold has a positive effect on the human body.
- Helps reduce inflammation of the joints
- It prevents the acne of any type of skin
- It reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduces signs of aging
- It equates the tone of the skin
- Helps and prevents melanomas
- It makes the skin look smoother and smoother
- Fights free radicals
- Helps prevent premature aging
- Slows collagen depletion
- It has immediate visible results
- Increases skin elasticity
- It provides a golden glow and helps as a natural sunscreen
- It repairs the damaged cells of the skin
- And finally significantly increases the duration of the skin’s luster
Honey Storage Guidelines
Store honey in a sealed non-metal container.
For normal use, store the container in a cupboard (away from direct sunlight) at room temperature (21 οC).
For prolonged storage of honey (> 4 years), store at refrigerator temperature (4 οC).