The baobab is known as the “tree of life” because there are so many uses for every part of it, from the root to the leaves. The trees can live for 1,000 years and the trunk can reach a diameter of 25 m.
Used traditionally by the Xhosa people of the Eastern Cape region for healing wounds, relieving the sting of insect bites and as a soothing, cooling gel for excessive sun exposure and burns.
The beauty aspects of olive oil are exceptional: it contains anti-oxidants, vitamins A, D, K and E that are crucial in anti-ageing process of the skin. ... Cleopatra used to take baths with olive oil that left her skin smooth and shiny like many noble women after her who used olive oil for shiny and healthy looking hair.