Moisturising our skin dates back over 10,000 years, the Africans used palm oil, the Native Americans used animal fat, the Egyptians used to leave it at burial sites and Cleopatra was known for using olive oil and sesame oil to keep her youthful looks, the Egyptians also made a moisturiser out of myrrh, oil of Ben, wine, honey, bitter olives and cardamom. Olive oil was also popular with the ancient Greeks where it’s said Hera used it with scents to seduce Zeus. Greek women would also go to bed with a mixture of bread and milk spread over their bodies. Cold cream was created in 200BC by a Romany physician, it’s a mixture of rose oil beeswax and water. It was called cold cream as that is how it made your skin feel. Hand-y Moisture Shots - for your hands and handy! :) The Hand-y Moisture Shots won’t leave you feeling cold! They are all natural and made by me… they are a moisture balm for your hands and in 30g pots for easy transportation, especially after using sanitiser. They will give you a deep moisturise with little to no residue and you only need a tiny bit at a time. I made this so people can pop them in their handbag and not have to walk about with dry hands, I also, personally am not a fan of the runny hand cream which take ages of rubbing your hands for them to penetrate. They are all natural and made with cocoa butter, sweet almond oil and beeswax, they come in glass lidded 30g jars.