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Beauty products of Moroccan Women

Argan Oil

Argan oil is used in massage and as a moisturizer for face and hair. This oil helps to retain moisture, improve elasticity and soften hair and skin.

The Hammam

The Hammam is an open bathhouse where Moroccan go at least once a week to undergo a ritual cleansing treatment. The treatment involves aromatherapy, detoxification, and massage using

Black Soap, black Soap is popular throughout Morocco. The black soap is part of the traditional hammam ritual. It is the first treatment in hammam. With a texture of butter, this natural vegetable paste based with black olives is rich in vitamin E.

GHassoul Rhassoul, Women use rhassoul clay from the Mid Atlas mountains as a mask to detoxify skin and to wash their hair. Green clay is another amazing mask that deep cleans and absorbs excess oils from your skin. Use this clay to exfoliate and revitalize the skin.

Rose Water, Moroccan women use fresh rose petals from the Moroccan Atlas Roses Valley to create a number of beauty products including rose water. Due to its inflammatory properties, "rose water is used to remove makeup and to calm irritated skin.

Kessa Glove, traditionally used as body scrub to remove the skin’s dead cells in the Hammam. Kessa glove is better used with Moroccan black soap.

Moroccan people use natural ways to keep their entire body beautified. Morocco is famous for specific plants which are used in beauty regimes. Oils are essential for daily beauty routine.

Prickly Pear Oil -Fenugreek oil -Nigella Oil -Garlic Oil -Pumpkin seed oil -Sweet almond oil -Bitter almond oil - Wanut oil - Apricot kernel oil

See our Hammam set: Moroccan Black Soap and Kessa Glove featured in COUP DE POUCE magazine April 2012.

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Body cares, Face  & Hair

Hammam beauty products

-Prickly Pear Oil

-Fenugreek oil

-Pure Argan Oil

-Argan Massage Oil

-Nigella Oil

-Garlic Oil

-Pumpkin seed oil

-Sweet almond oil

-Bitter almond oil

-Walnut oil

-Apricot kernel oil

-Ghassoul | Rassoul

-Atlas Rose Water

-Atlas Rose Water

-Moroccan henna

-Moroccan Black Soap

-Ghassoul | Rassoul

-Kessa Glove

-Argan Oil Hair Mask

-Dead Sea Bath Salts

Argan Oil culinary makes all the difference

An edible oil obtained from the nuts grown on Argan trees that is used for cooking and seasoning. Native to southwestern Morocco, the argan tree is not common in any other area of the world, although efforts are underway to grow this variety of tree in other countries. Twisted and gnarled in appearance, this tree has thorny branches that yield a green fruit containing a hard-shelled interior that covers several almond-like nuts. Eaten raw, the nuts have a bitter flavor. When processed into oil, the slower traditional methods of production generally require 20 to 30 hours of work to produce one liter of oil, which results in a product with a high price. After processing, the remaining by-product is a deep brown, thick paste referred to as "amlou", which is similar to peanut butter and is most often used as a dip or spread that is served over bread, toast, or crackers. Argan oil has a golden yellow color with a slight reddish tint and a pleasing nutty aroma. It provides a smooth, roasted nut flavor somewhat similar to hazelnuts, but with a somewhat sharp overtone. It is commonly used as a cooking oil, as a salad dressing when mixed with lemon juice, or as a condiment.

 

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