Beauty Land

Aftershave balm

The aftershave balm offers a ticker and oilier formula and a creamy texture, compared to the aftershave lotion.
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Hair gel

The first modern formula of hair gel appeared in 1929 in the English city of Birmingham and rapidly became a product for mass use.
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Mouthwash

Scientific evidences have shown that the first reference to mouth rinsing was in Chinese medicine, about 2700 BC, for treatment of gingivitis.
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Hairspray

The first hair spray was produced in 1948. The name "hairspray" was officially introduced in 1950, and in 1955 the product was released on the market.
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Comb

The Egyptians used it mainly in religious rituals. In ancient China, combs were worn as a symbol of social status.
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Hair mousse

The first hair mousse was produced in the 1980s and quickly became a hit among hairdressers and society as a whole.
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Mascara

The mascara is one of the oldest cosmetic formulas and its appearance is associated with ancient Egyptian civilization 4000 BC. Women and men alike used to mix minerals, coals, soot, crocodile excrements, honey and water, and applied them around the eyes, also on their eyelashes and eyebrows, to attract attention and to protect their souls from evil spirits.
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Toothpaste

The earliest evidence of a toothpaste date back to 5000 years ago. Ancient Chinese and Egyptians mixed powdered twigs with water, salt, wet mint leaves and flower petals.
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