Moroccan bath, also known as hammam in Arabic, is a tradition stretched across the Middle East – and has now become the modern day tool for a clean & clear skin.
Apart from cleaning the skin, Moroccan bath is even known to release pain and stress from the body as the bath relaxes the muscles and boosts blood circulation in the veins and joints.
So how does it actually help rejuvenate your body & offer deep sense of relaxation?
The secret lies in the bath technique – which is a fine combination of massage & bathing process. Moroccan bath makes use of a vital product in its massage – known as Rhassoul, organic cosmetic clay set up under the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.
Rhassoul clay is loaded with natural minerals like Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, Potassium and Sodium -all of which come with specific properties that are beneficial for human body. The clay is generally manufactured into a bar of soap, or is used as a peeling and massage balm. It has revamping, healing and appeasing effects.
How is a Moroccan Bath done?
During a Moroccan bath, your body is first rinsed for mild cleansing. Once the body is cleansed, it is covered with the Moroccan soap – made of Rhassoul clay.
You are then made to sit in a steam room where the body is massaged following a specific technique to exfoliate dead skin cells. The scrubbing is done vigorously so that the dead skin gets exfoliated properly.
Post the scrubbing, a body masque is applied which is left there on your skin for nearly 15 minutes. This masque allows the dirt and impurities underlying the skin to rise to the surface. You are again made to sit in steam room where the masque is cleaned off.
Another masque is then applied that marks the completion of the process, post which you feel fully refreshed.
As the dead skin cells are removed & the pores open up – the body experiences smooth circulation of fluids and oxygen which help alleviate body stress, dullness and leave behind a radiant skin.
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