Tallow soap

The Roman historian Pliny the Elder in his writing has said Tallow soap had been made in 600 BCE by the Phoenicians, who did so by boiling goat tallow and wood ashes in water. Continue reading

The Safety Razor

The French barber by the name of Jean-Jacques Perret invented in 1762, the Safety razor. Continue reading

The Handkerchief invented by the Romans

Before Kleenex or to be more accurate Facial tissues (as Kleenex is a brand name), we blew/wiped our noses with Handkerchiefs. Continue reading

Highly Polished Metal in making of Full Length Mirrors

Rome during the first century made Full-length mirrors of highly polished metal, Silver was preferred (other metal were used) due to it reflective ability to reflect true colours. Continue reading