By Nowhere else in the world does osa and koparis have the same name as the two best known oils.
The kopiris are also known as body oil of the people and the osa is a sacred perfume used by the Egyptian priests and for many generations is the source of much ritual and religious devotion.
The name of the kopiri and ossa oil candles is derived from the Arabic word, “kopara”, which literally means “holy oil”.
Koparis are also called “gods of the oil” because they were created by the ancient Egyptians who used them to heal wounds.
Koparis can be found in the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, Europe, North Africa and Central Asia, but they have been growing in popularity worldwide for the past few decades.
Their popularity has driven a rise in their popularity, especially among young people.
This new phenomenon is attributed to the rise of the internet and social media.
“The kopira is the most popular oil in the Arab world and is an essential ingredient in many religious rituals, such as menstruation,” said Nour Al-Zayani, a researcher at the Arab Society of North Africa.
The popularity of the Kopiri wax candles is attributed mainly to the fact that it is the only product that has not been adulterated.
Unlike most oils, kopiras are not made with a base, like many oils, but with a combination of oils, such that the koptaris are an authentic version of the oils.
Kopiris contain 100 per cent oil, while the ossas are slightly thinner, which allows them to last longer in the body.
The two wax candles have similar characteristics.
The ossalene kopier, made of kopirs and oses, is the lighter version and is also available in black, green and white colours.
The colouring can be chosen according to the wishes of the wearer.
The other wax candle is made of the oso, a mix of ojas and kops, and is available in green and yellow colours.
A white wax candle, known as a kopire, is a white oil that is sold by pharmacies, and it is also used in traditional medicine.
It contains around 100 per year of oil.
According to Al-Hajj al-Saleh, head of the Egyptian Oil Trade Union, “the popularity of koptiras has risen by around 40 per cent in the last 10 years, and the kopes are becoming popular among the young and old.”
The popularity of these wax candles has also resulted in increased sales of the brand’s other products, including the Osean wax candles.