First School for Mirror Artisans

The first school for mirror artisans is opened in Greece in 328 BCE training in metal polishing techniques using sand. Continue reading

Bic Disposable Razors

Bic Company of France marketed the first disposable razor worldwide in 1975. Continue reading

Perfume Created for Queen Elizabeth of Hungary

The Hungary Water perfume made for Queen Elizabeth of Hungary in 1370 was an alcohol solution containing a scented floral oil blend. Continue reading

Perfume Bottles Made in Egypt

Perfume bottles were used in ancient Egypt from 1000 BCE following a 2,000 year old Continue reading

Earliest Shaving Instruments Found in Asia

Earliest shaving implements first appeared in Asia and Africa over 20,000 years ago Continue reading

Mineral Spring Luxury Spa Opens in Belgium

A mineral spring luxury spa opens to upper-class Europeans Continue reading

French Guild of Perfume Makers

The French Guild of perfume makers Continue reading

Old Brown London Soap

John Atkinson, chemist sold Old Brown London wrapped soap in London, England in 1892. Continue reading

Justus von Baron Liebig

Justus Freiherr von Liebig (12 May 1803 – 18 April 1873) was a German chemist who contributed to agricultural and biological chemistry, and considered the founder of organic chemistry. Continue reading

Glass Mirrors Distortion Free

In 1687, a French glass artisan, by the name of Bernard Perrot patented a technique of rolling out smooth planes of glass, and created the first glass mirrors free of distortion.
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