The Moroccan scrub for a beautiful and soft skin!

Adopt the beauty rituals of oriental women, handed down from mother to daughter, combining nature and exoticism to purify, polish and perfume your skin.

Body scrub, an indispensable and purifying beauty gesture

Oriental beauty begins with body scrub, a Moroccan ritual that is experienced in the hammam. Moroccan black soap is an all natural product. It comes in the form of an oily, grain-free scrub paste made from crushed black olives. Morocco's kessa scrub glove is used to clean the skin. It is manufactured in a good quality crepe and scrubs, ideally, the dead skin by activating the blood circulation.

The Moroccan hammam a combination of traditions and modernity

The Moroccan hammam, unlike the Turkish one, is not a steam bath. A dry heat is diffused by the ground and the walls on a half-height. Originally reserved for men, the hammams were opened to women by becoming their authorized exit of the week. The hammam was a meeting place for women as coffee can be for men. Nowadays, the private hammam gives way to the modern bathroom.

The ritual begins with an impregnation of hot and humid steam, lasting about 30 minutes in a closed space filled with steam. Sweating puts the skin in condition for thorough cleaning. Then comes the time to smear black soap, which requires fifteen minutes to act so that the Moroccan soap duo and steam opens the pores and softens the skin. Then scrub with a scrub glove kessa rubbing the body in rotary motion to remove all dead cells. The rinse finally reveals a supple skin, soft and pleasantly scented.

It can be followed by a massage with essential oils.

So, you too, let yourself be tempted by this beauty tradition of thousand-year-old that will bring you an incomparable softness and well-being!