Morocco natural products are all natural for hair and skin care, to feed and nourish the hair and skin.
Argan oil: Is oil extracted from the nut of the Argan tree, which is found in Morocco, Argan oil is called miracle oil or liquid gold by experts for its many benefits for the hair, skin, nails, and you can also cook with it.
For the skin: it is very popular as an anti-aging treatment, it prevents muscles from degeneration which is a natural process resulting from aging, will reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and soften the dry skin.
For the hair: is used to moisturize dry hair, and dry scalp, you can leave it overnight on your hair and wash it the next morning.
Morocco black soap: Or as known Beldi Soap, is a natural soap made of black olives and olive oil, used in the traditional hammam, it’s safe to use on every skin type.
Body skin: the black soap is the first thing applied on the skin in the traditional hammam ritual, by applying the soap on wet skin with warm water, leave it on for 10-15 minutes then wash with only water, now the skin is prepared for exfoliating, use the exfoliating glove to gently massage the body, the deal cells will easily fall and easily removed from the surface of the skin, leaving it smooth and clean.
Face: it’s not recommended to use it on the face skin but I personally use the black soap on my face as a facial cleanser once a week, however don’t apply makeup or harsh product immediately after exfoliating your face skin with the black soap.
Morocco red clay: Or also known as Ghassoul (Rhassoul) clay is used for both skin and hair.
Facial mask: take a small amount of the clay and mixed with some water to make a muddy paste, then apply it on your face and let it dry, then rinse with water, the clay helps in reducing dryness and flakiness, improve skin color, removes dead skin from the surface of the skin…
Hair mask: the clay is an excellent mask for the hair specially the curly hair, the frizz will be more manageable, will tighten the hair and increase the volume. Mix enough clay with some water, then apply it on your hair, wrap with a warm towel and leave it 20-30 minutes, then rinse your hair.
Moroccan hammam: Or Moroccan bath is really recommended for every bride before her wedding night.
to create the Moroccan hammam experience at home you need an exfoliating glove, Moroccan black soap, and of course hot water, first close all the airways in your shower, then fill the bathtub with hot water, and soon the bathroom will be filled with steam, then wet your skin with warm water, stay in the steam bath for 10-15 minutes then apply the Moroccan black soap on all over your body, leave it on for 15 minutes then rinse with warm water , now your skin is ready to exfoliate, wet the glove with warm water, then gently massage your whole body in circular motions, the dead skin cells will easily fall, leaving the skin much smoother, glowing, shiny and clean. You can repeat the Moroccan hammam experience every week once.
That’s it guys
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PS: Pictures found on google not mine