ANCIENT PREPARATIONS elizabeth bathory's blood bath 43g
Ancient Preparations bath ritual inspired by eastern european spa methods for rejuvenating the skin. Artisan crafted in seasonal batches from organic and wild harvested ingredients as it has been done for thousands of years.


 
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2.5 oz / 71 g

Ingredients:
sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, sodium chloride (carpathian mountain salt), organic beta vulgaris (beet) root powder, organic theobroma (cocoa) seed powder, organic extra virgin (olive) oil, organic citrus sinesis (blood orange) extract.

All Ancient Preparations product are artisan crafted in seasonal batches from organic and wild harvested ingredients as it has been done for thousands of years.
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A BATH RITUAL INSPIRED BY EASTERN EUROPEAN SPA METHODS FOR REJUVENATING THE SKIN.

1431 A.D. While Vlad the Impaler is often credited for inspiring Bram Stoker's Dracula, the idea that blood sustains eternal youth belongs to Elizabeth Bathory.

1560 A.D. High-born to the royal family of Transylvania, Elizabeth Bathory was countess to the Kingdom of Hungary. She is fabled for her beauty and, according to legend, bathed in the blood of virginal girls to retain her youth.

1837 A.D. Empress Elisabeth of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was also fond of using bath treatments to preserve her looks.i "Virgin" olive oil, "blood" oranges and other flora rich in acids are favored in this spa tradition.