Beauty Secrets from the Ancient Moroccan Tradition
Treat your Face with Moroccan Red Clay
Moroccan red clay or lava clay is used as an additive and by itself in beauty masks, soaps, and lotions. Make your own facial mask with Moroccan red clay for dry skin by adding enough honey or olive oil to make a paste. Apply the paste to the face for 15 to 20 minute and rinse with tepid water. Use plain water or coconut oil with the clay for oily
Soften your Skin with Pine Tar Soap
Pine tar soap is a black soap made out of extracts of pine used in Moroccan spas to exfoliate and soften the skin. Scrub your body thoroughly with the dark soap and rinse for smooth skin.
Paint your Body with Henna
Henna body art has been a famous Moroccan tradition for centuries. Host a spa slumber party and use henna mixed with water and a fine paint brush to paint designs on your friends. The henna makes a temporary mark on the skin, and will wear off after a few days and several washings.
Use Olive Oil for Total Skin Health
The Moroccan tradition relies heavily on olive oil and extracts from the olive leaf in their beauty
Purchase a Kessa for Skin Exfoliation
A kessa is a mitt used for exfoliating traditional to
Use Black Kohl Eyeliner
In the ancient Moroccan tradition, lining the eyes with black kohl was a reminder of Islam’s holy black stone called the kaaba housed in
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Utilize Moroccan Argan OilArgan oil has been used for centuries to treat the skin and hair to maintain beauty and youthfulness. Add the argan oil to olive oil or coconut oil for a moisturizing hair and skin treatment.