Anti-Aging - Skincare Routine - Milk & Honey - Bath Soak Recipe


Raw honey is a great natural anti-aging skincare product that legendary beauties have used as part of their skin care treatments to look youthful.

Cleopatra was the Queen of Egypt who was known far and wide for her stunning beauty and electric personality. Probably the most renowned and eccentric skincare technique that she used as a strict beauty ritual was to regularly soak herself in baths consisting of milk mixed with pure almond oil and fresh honey.

Milk contains lactic acid, an effective alpha hydroxy acid. It helps to exfoliate your skin by breaking down dead skin cells and cleansing the skin down to its deepest layers. This allows for radiant skin to regenerate, giving it a healthy natural glow. The vitamin A & D also helps to achieve such smooth, supple skin.

Honey is a great natural anti-aging skincare product that contains a plethora of antibacterial ingredients and provides the skin with a boost of vitamins. By using fresh raw wild Tualang Honey, Gelam Honey, or Kelulut Honey as part of your bath recipe, you will have the best results because of their superior beneficial qualities such having the highest levels of antioxidants, amino acids, and enzymes. Tualang, Gelam and Kelulut honeys possess a wide variety of biological effects attributed to their physicochemical characteristics such as anti-oxidative, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties.

Almond Oil can sooth dry skin, improve complexion, and skin tone. It's highly emollient, which means it helps to balance the absorption of moisture and water loss. It is antibacterial and full of vitamin A.


Make your own luxury royal bath worthy of a queen.

 Elizabeth Taylor as the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra in the 1963 film Cleopatra

Elizabeth Taylor takes a milk and honey bath in the 1963 film "Cleopatra".


Claudette Colbert takes a milk bath in the film "The Sign of the Cross", 1932. 


Anti-Aging Milk & Honey Bath Recipe

  1. Combine milk, honey, and almond oil in a jar or blender.
  2. Shake or mix well so that the honey is incorporated thoroughly.
  3. Run a deep warm* bath. *Not too hot or it will destroy the beneficial enzymes and nutrients of the honey.
  4. While the bath water is running, pour in the milk & honey & oil mixture.
  5. Soak for 10-20 minutes. Rinse with fresh water.