Through studying an ancient Egyptian papyrus to capture timeless, healthy, skincare recipes, Amal Elbahnasawy was lead to start ARTISANskin. She has successfully reached into the past and pulled out valuable, borderline magical, insight into creating organic skincare that is truly healing, simple and FUN.
Amal shares her deep passion for playing with raw ingredients and creating products that nourish and heal. You will be inspired by her mission to teach others how to make their own simple skincare as well as provide affordable and fun skincare that is safe. She emphasizes the importance of questioning the products you put on your skin regularly and how it can affect your health.
This Florida girl with Egyptian roots explains how she first ended up in Bali and why she now calls it home. You will love hearing how she creates and experiments with ingredients that are widely accessible in Bali – things like coconuts, mangoes, marigolds and more.
As a mom of two, Amal also shares what her Bali life is like and compares it to her life back in Florida. She shares her love for “magical” Bali as well as emphasizes the value of going back to the basics and simplifying life.
Join us for this fun and fascinating conversation with skincare queen – Amal!
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Things to check out:
- The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
- Ebers Papyrus
- CNN Arabic article on ARTISANskin
- Johnson & Johnson baby powder scare
- Dr. Masaru Emoto water experiments
- Ocean Mimic
- Zero Waste Bali
- Temple of Design Berawa
- “Lightly” quote from Aldous Huxley