Masks are invading the world, but the use of beauty masks is not recent. It was found that in Queen Cleopatra’s recipe book, called Kosmètikon, she used to apply facial masks made of gold, grape, honey or egg white to cleanse, nourish and rejuvenate her skin. Marie Antoinette also used to have a facial mask made with egg whites, and in the Victorian age it was common to add toxic white lead to honey or olive oil treatments to whiten the skin. The facial mask global market was estimated to be more than 4 billion euros with the dynamism of this market coming from Asia. See what's happening in Korea and get some inspiration to create your products.
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