In the Moroccan tradition, black soap is an essential product in the hammams, where a whole toilet routine is established. Skin is coated with black soap which facilitates the removal of dead skin. After the use of black soap, Skin is thoroughly cleansed, it become soft and silky. Very rich in vitamin E , Black soap nourishes and regenerates the skin.
Usually, Black soap is enriched with other products to optimize its effectiveness and so that each one can chose the Black soap that fit to their skin Our black soaps are perfumed with essential oils not with fragrances, It is also called Moroccan black soap or Beldi soap
Ghassoul is a natural mineral clay from Morocco, we found it at the edge of the Atlas Mountains. Ghassoul Clay is not aggressive and is used by women for hair and body care. With its absorbent and astringent properties, it is perfect on skin and greasy hair.
The Ghassoul Mask ”jardin Dóleane” for Hair and Skin, Even Sensitive and Allergic, Ghassoul Absorbs Sebum Secretion, Tightens Pores and Removes Impurities. Ghassoul Is Ideal for Oily Hair and Skin With Pimples and Blackheads on Which It Acts as a Soft Peeling
Henna Powder Comes From the Leaves of Henna, a Thorny Shrub That Grows Naturally in the Maghreb. Known for Its Use as a Dye for Hair, It Gives Shine and Light Reflections. Henna Powder Is Natural and Does Not Attack the Hair, It Preserves Its Vitality and Gives It Flexibility and Liveliness.
This Traditional Glove Moroccan Scrub in Granular Tissue Is Essential for a Deep Scrub of the Epidermis, It Also Contributes to the Blood Circulation While Eliminating Dead Skin. Used in All Steam Rooms, It Is Often Associated With Black Soap.