The secret to having the beauty of "diving birds" like Tay Thi

Beauties of the Chinese Spring and Autumn period used chicken eggs to cover their faces, to control oil, moisturize, and fade wrinkles.

Tay Thi is considered one of the four great beauties of China in 490 BC. Today, the beauty secrets of Tay Thi are still handed down in China.

The secret to having the beauty of "diving birds" like Tay Thi
Illustration Tay Thi. (Photo: Followcn).

First wash your face, take a quarter of an egg yolk and egg white, then mash and apply it evenly on your face. Wait 15 minutes for the skin to absorb the nutrients from the egg, then wash your face with warm water. Finally, apply a moisturizer made with honey and rose.

Egg mask helps to control oil, moisturize and fade wrinkles, anti-darkness. This method was also used by Empress Dowager Cixi during the Qing Dynasty.

People aged 20-30 years should apply chicken eggs twice a week. People aged 30 and over are recommended to take it every 3 weeks.

The bark of the fenugreek (olive tree) combines with rice water and egg whites, then boils and cools. Using this water to wash your face every morning will help freckles gradually fade and disappear.

Take shiitake mushrooms, patchouli grass, herbs, two dried lotus leaves, licorice, white peony flowers and boil with water. Shower once a day, over a month your skin will be softer and smoother. Patchouli combined with other medicinal herbs helps to reduce body odor.

Grind a mixture of frankincense, musk, Te Tan (medicine for toothache), baobab (with anti-inflammatory effect), citronella, gypsum and mix well with cold water. Every day, apply the mixture on your teeth, then rinse with water. This remedy is still used by Oriental medicine practitioners.