Gold is an antioxidant and has anti inflammatory properties.

Gold can calm acne inflammation, reduce skin redness and protect against free radicals that lead to wrinkles and sun damage.

 Gold was considered that gold possessed an energy that brought warm, soothing vibrations to the body to aid healing, for when the body relaxes and the blood vessels in the cells aren't as constricted, blood can move through the tissue spaces more easily.

Gold not only gives a beautiful, glowing and youthful skin but is also beneficial in many ways. It slows down the collagen depletion, increases skin's elasticity, lightens the skin's complexion, stimulates the cells making the skin firm, improves blood circulation and prevents premature aging, wrinkles.


Gold has anti-bacterial properties and is also thought to stimulate collagen production in the skin.


Ancient records illustrate that the use of gold for medicinal and healing purposes came from Alexandria, Egypt. Over 5,000 years ago, the Egyptians ingested gold for mental, bodily and spiritual purification. Many ancient cultures believed that gold in the body worked by stimulating the life force and raising the level of vibration on all levels.  Cleopatra wore a gold face mask every night

In the 1900s, surgeons would often implant a gold piece under the skin near an inflamed joint, such as a knee or elbow. As a result, the pain would often subside or cease altogether. In China, the restorative properties of gold are still honored in many rural cultures, where peasants cook their rice with a gold coin to replenish the mineral in their bodies. Not just that, fancy Chinese restaurants put 24-karat Gold Leaf in their food preparations as well.

The human body is composed of many different elements.

Over 96% of our bodyweight is a combination of oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. While it's not the main ingredient, gold can also be found knocking around inside our cells. An average 70 kilogram human contains 0.229 milligrams of gold.