6 Best Kept Moroccan Beauty Secrets

Best Kept Moroccan Beauty Secrets

Moroccan women are renowned for their flawless complexion and drop-dead gorgeous looks. The women in Morocco, just as their counterparts in other parts of the world, have a number of well-kept beauty secrets. The traditional beauty remedies are still the mainstay of beauty treatments of Morocco notwithstanding the popularity of modern skin care and cosmetic products.

Here Is A List Of Popular Beauty Recipes From Morocco

Argan Oil

Moroccans love slathering their body, from the head to the toe, with argan oil. The oil extracted from the kernel of Argan tree is rich in vitamin E and healthy fatty acids. It hydrates and nourishes the skin, heals dandruff, fights skin aging and promotes hair growth. The antioxidant rich oil is also good for the health.

Argan Oil.

Black Beldi Soap

Black Beldi soap, also known as Moroccan black soap or savon noir, is a traditional soap of Morocco. For centuries Moroccan women used to make the black or beldi soap at home by combining olive oil, cedar ash and water. For additional benefits, a number of other ingredients such as black olive paste, argan oil, eucalyptus leaf extract and castor oil are frequently added to the traditional beldi soap recipe. The soap cleanses, exfoliates, moisturizes and nourishes the skin.

Black Beldi Soap

Kessa Scrub Glove

Along with the Beldi soap, Moroccans use the Kessa glove for scrubbing the skin. Made out of harsh fabric, the glove removes dead skin and impurities from the skin, leaving the skin smooth, supple and radiant.

Kessa Scrub Glove

Rose Water And Oil

Rose water and rose essential oil are widely used in Moroccan beauty recipes. Rose water is used as a toner and for healing acne and skin infections. Moroccan rose oil is among the world’s most expensive essential oils. It is used as fragrance and also for skin care.

Rose water  and  Oil

Rhassoul Clay

Rhassoul clay is a popular beauty ingredient in Morocco. The clay rich in minerals is mined in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. Rhassoul clay is used as facial and scalp cleanser. It absorbs toxins and impurities from the skin and hair, improves the complexion and adds shine to the tresses.

Rhassoul Clay

Moroccan Mint Tea

To maintain beautiful skin and hair, Moroccans drink Tuareg tea, also known as Moroccan mint tea. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, the mint tea is good for the digestive health and helps in fighting premature aging of the skin.

Moroccan Mint Tea

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