arugula oil for haircare 

jojoba oil for skincare 

Ahmose-Nefertary was an Egyptian queen who lived about 3,600 years ago. Her name in ancient Egyptian means, “The most beautiful moon has been born.” She was the first Egyptian woman warrior and became a military leader. She released North Egypt from Hyksos and, due to her increased power, moved the capital of Egypt to the area of what is now Luxor. She was the only one woman buried in the Kings Valley in Luxor. This is the area where Egyptians are planting wide leaf arugula, which is quite unique due to the deep desert weather for 4,000 years. BioNatal is dedicating this natural arugula oil to Ahmose-Nefertary as the holder of luxuriosly rich African hair. Through the past centuries, Egyptians have been using this oil to strengthen and enrich their hair.    MORE...

Nefertiti was an Egyptian queen who lived about 3,400 years ago. BioNatal Jojoba oil is dedicated to her beauty as Egyptians and Arabs have been using this natural oil for skincare since those times. Her name in ancient Egyptian means, “A beautiful woman has come,” which she received after arriving in Egypt. She was gifted to the Egyptian Pharaoh, though her parents are unknown. Egyptians found her very beautiful as she was a bit different. Nefertiti ruled Egypt from the area of what is now Luxor in southern Egypt, the origin desert home of the jojoba plant on Earth. The jojoba crop from that Royal region is full of potent oil which is called “golden liquid.” This is the exact area in the Egyptian desert Sahara where BioNatal gets its jojoba seeds from.      MORE...


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