Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Ant Egg Oil Cream

What is Ant Egg Oil Cream?
Dakka Kadima has innovated formulated the widespread traditional
usage of Ant Egg oil of Syrian woman into cream. It now
presenting this breakthrough product to usage of woman around
the world in order to significantly help them get rid of unwanted
bodily hair problems.

Dakka Kadima Ant Egg Oil Cream is applied on cleaned
skin area after hair removal. After 4~6 sessions it reduces
bodily and facial unwanted hair to a desired level.

Dakka Kadima Ant Egg Oil Cream can be used for all parts of the body
and face even the most delicate parts.

Tala Ant Egg Oil

Ant Egg Oil is a hair reducing product not for hair removal. It is a permanent solution to unwanted hairs.
Our products contain a very unique protein which destroys the root of the hair permanently.
This protein does not hurt your body functions or your skin.
It has been the most useful hair reducing product for women and men for centuries in Asia and the Middle East.
Because of its painless, and very easy use against hair on your body which you don’t want to have.
You could use Tala Ant Egg Oil at every age and every areas of your body.

1, Depilate to the root of the hair with classic methods (wax, tweezers, epilation).
2, After you have cleaned the area, put the product on the clean area and massage for about 10 minutes.
3, Do this on 4 or 5 nights before you go to sleep.

Even after the first use, you will see the hair thinned.

Aleppo Flakes Soap

Aleppo Flakes soap made of pure olive soap concentrate can be hydrated to create the laundry or cleaning solution needed. Our flakes are a concentration of pure vegetable soap that are specially formulated to clean gently and launder naturally. They are made from the highest quality, fair traded, and sustainable ingredients.
Flakes soap can be used for green cleaning, bathing, laundering, and washing. Pure  olive flakes soap can be used alone or combined with other natural cleaning products such as baking soda, borax, and/or washing soda to make a variety of more gregarious and specific cleaner.

Usma Oil

Usma Oil
Usma oil is used to gives Women the east of beauty, form, density and its rich black eyebrows.
Usma not only cosmetically make eyebrows thicker and brighter, it helps stimulate the growth of new hairs in the eyebrows and eyelashes. If you wish, you can lubricate the eyebrows oil or juice for desired Usma line and get the eyebrows of your dreams. And the new hairs will grow quickly and are more beautiful than the previous, more pliable and more saturated.
Staining usma action is completely harmless for the eyebrows and eyelashes. This process is very natural, through the root. The color appears only after two or three days after treatment brow or lash solution Usma.
Usma oil is a magic for amazing looks and beautiful eastern Arabian makeup. Your lashes, thanks to oil usma become fluffy and long, and the eyebrows look well maintained and rich. 

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Aleppo Syrian Soap

Aleppo Laurel Oil Soap

Traditional Aleppo Soap

Aleppo soap is known as Aleppo Ghar Soap, Savon d'Alep, Alep soap, Olive soap, Syrian soap, and in Arabic Language  "Sapun Ghar, and Sapun Halabi"

The history of Aleppo soap goes back more than 8 thousand years to the Syrian city of Aleppo. It is the origin of the hard soaps used today throughout the world. Completely natural, it and contains no synthetic additives, artificial colours or preservatives. Its principal ingredients are olive oil and laurel oil.

Aleppo city is one of the most oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world that has stood in its place for more than 8 thousand years, being witness to the rise and falls of many empires, expansion of the culture across the world and the bridging of the connections between east and west at the start of European renaissance. This ancient city thrived on trade for thousands of years, and was famous for being the endpoint of the famous Silk Road that bridged East and the West world before the advancement of sea trade routes in the “Age of Sail”.

One of the most important trade items of the city of Aleppo is without a doubt their unique soap that was made by the generations of merchant families and manufacturers for thousands of years. Formula and manufacturing process for this highly prized soap did not change over time and is still today preformed in its original form – olive oil, sweet bay oil and water are mixed with sodium hydroxide, heated and then left to cool. Soap is cut from the form, and then left to age in the shade for minimum of Eight months, during which time soap will change its color from green to its trademark brown.

People from all around the world who visited Aleppo quickly realized that the claims of the soap salesman are true. Natural and biodegradable Aleppo soap is one of the most famous beauty products of the old age, natural moisturizer and humectant, so pure in its form (it has no preservatives, chemical additives or fragrances) that it is used by many for washing babies.

Aleppo Soap

Shampoo with Attar Alkaaba

What is Attar Al Kaaba?

Attar Al Kaaba is an Arabian tradition perfume oil is composed from Arabian perfume oils.
(Oud, Amber, Sandalwood, Saffron, Musk, and rose)  in this shampoo you can perfume your hair and body with amazing Arabian traditional perfume.
This shampoo is suitable for all hair types, it's enriched with 7 oils extracts:

1, Olive oil.
2, Laurel oil.
3, Black cumin oil.
4, Cactus oil
5, Castor oil
6, Rose oil.
7, Aloe Vera.

Attar Alkaaba shampoo helps to nourishing the scalp, and strengthen the hair from fallen.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Arabic Kohl Eyeliner (Ethmed)

Kohl Hadyat Al Harameen or Arabic Eyeliner Kohl has numerous names:
Kohl, Kohol, Kuhla, Kahal, Kehl, and also surma.
Kohl is the traditional way that both women and men give a natural herbal treatment for their eyes.
Natural kohl powder is also considered to help grow the eyelashes, too!
It's no wonder that women from all over the world are using kohl products, and that they have adopted the sexy smokey eye look that has been traditional in the Arabian Gulf and surrounding areas for thousands of years.