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  2. Hungary water - Wikipedia

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    The exact date of the invention of Hungary water is lost to history, though some sources say it dates to 1370 or the late 14th century. It is equally unclear who in particular created it. According to legend, it was formulated at the command of the Queen Elizabeth of Hungary, [7] sometimes identified as Queen Isabella of Hungary [ citation needed ] [note 1] or in one document [ specify ] "Saint Elisabeth, Queen of Hungary".

  3. Beauty recipe: The Queen of Hungary's Water (the world's ...

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    Turns out Queen of Hungary’s Water (or Hungary water, as it’s known in short) was the world’s first distillable perfume – predating Eau de Cologne by almost five centuries. And it wasn’t just a perfume either.

  4. Amazon.com: Queen of Hungary's Water,(4 Oz): Beauty

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    Queen of Hungary's Water works by restoring the natural acidity to skin, and problems such as dryness, itching, flaking, inflammation, and acne are greatly improved when using this product on a regular basis.

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  5. Queen of Hungary’s Water - Mountain Rose Herbs

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    Mar 21, 2012 · Queen of Hungary’s Water There is something so intriguing about recipes that have been used for centuries and passed down by oral tradition and folktales. Below is one of my favorite herbal recipes with legend deeply rooted in folklore. There is much debate over the history of this ancient recipe.

  6. Queen of Hungary Water | Natural Skin Care

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    There are numerous stories about the origins of Queen of Hungary Water, but the one I prefer is that it was made for Elisabeth by the gypsies in the 14th century. It has been touted as a cure-all for many ailments, and its uses include mouthwash, aftershave, and a hair rinse among many other things.

  7. Queen of Hungary Water | Lush United Arab Emirates

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    The world’s first alcoholic perfume wasn’t so much a perfume, but rather a cure-all tonic, bestowed with near-magical properties. Called the Queen of Hungary water (and later just Hungary water), it was a distilled product made up of rosemary and alcohol. Later versions added citrus and other herbs, making it the true precursor to cologne.

  8. Elizabeth of Poland, Queen of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Others however believe that the two girls were daughters of Queen Elizabeth. While at court in Hungary, Elizabeth is credited as having been the first to introduce perfume, then known as Hungary Water, to Europe and the western world.

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  9. Queen of Hungary Water | Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics UK

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    The world’s first alcoholic perfume wasn’t so much a perfume, but rather a cure-all tonic, bestowed with near-magical properties. Called the Queen of Hungary water (and later just Hungary water), it was a distilled product made up of rosemary and alcohol. Later versions added citrus and other herbs, making it the true precursor to cologne.

  10. Hungary Water - The First Perfume Ever Made

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    It is assumed that the queen from legend of Hungary water was Elisabeth of Poland (1305 – 1380), Queen Consort of Hungary and sister of Casimir the Great of Poland.

  11. Queen of Hungary's Facial Mist Recipe — Aroma Culture

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    One of my favorites is an adaptation of the Queen of Hungary's Facial Water. There are many variations of the original recipe circulating in herb books and on the internet, but this is my own adjusted version. =)