Discovering Moroccan Beauty Rituals

Discovering Moroccan Beauty Rituals

 

Argan oil is one of the most popular natural beauty ingredients that originates from Morocco. It's exceptional properties and benefits for skin and hair are universally known, but argan oil isn't the only beauty secret that Moroccon women have. 

 

Moroccan beauty rituals date back centuries; these rituals consist of a wide variety of natural and plant-based ingredients. We have uncovered some of the most potent treatments that originate from this part of the world. 

 

 

Argan oil: The holistic properties of this precious oil are endless: it's nourishing for the skin, heals brittle nails, brings shine to the hair, and improves the overall appearance of the skin and hair. Argan oil is a rich source of antioxidants like vitamin E and polyphenols.

 

Ghassoul (rhassoul): A high-quality healing clay from Atlas Mountain and Fes region. It is rich in minerals such as magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, potassium, and silica. This untreated and naturally dried clay has a silk-like feel and can help even out skin tone and reduce blemishes. It also has the unique ability to both nourish skin and reduces breakouts.

 

Rosewater: The rose water from Rose valley of Morocco has exceptional soothing properties. Used as a toner, rose water helps to balance your skin and open blocked pores. It can also be used over make-up as a setting spray. 

 

Moroccan Black Soap: It is olive oil-based soap and exfoliator. Rich in vitamin E, it removes dead skin and improves the texture of the skin.  

 

Prickly Pear Seed Oil: It is said that you need to be old enough to deserve this oil. Prickly Pear Seed oil is one of the rarest and most precious natural skincare ingredients in the world. It is rich in fatty acids, amino acids, vitamin K and has 150% more vitamin E than Argan oil. Its properties include anti-aging, skin hydration and also helps remove pigmentation.

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