Moroccan Exfoliating Scrub
In Morocco, there is a Hamman bath house in virtually every neighborhood. A visit to the Hamman should leave you with clean, soft skin, and a relaxed mind and body. This set of authentic Moroccan tools helps you get the closest Hammam experience this side of Marrakesh.
Moroccan Black Soap: A magical Moroccan beauty secret- black soap has been a staple in Morocco for centuries. Suitable for all skin types, it is used for deep cleansing to purify the body from dirt and dead skin.
Kessa Glove: A natural way to exfoliate dead skin, unclog pores, and reveal smoother, more radiant skin. The unique crepe fabric gently rids the skin of impurities, toxins, and excess oil. Machine washable.
Mhakka: Clay Pumice Stone- Handmade out of clay. This traditional pumice stone is made in a round shape with geometric patterns on the bottom. It is designed to soften hard skin without irritation, specifically on the soles of the feet or elbows.
Moroccan Black Soap
Aqua, Fatty Acid, Olea Europaea (olive) oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Argania Spinosa Kernal Oil
Directions: Place a thin layer of black soap across the entire body, or specific problem areas. Let set for 10-15 minutes, then scrub in a circular motion with Kessa Glove. Do the same with the Mhakka on feet and elbows. Rinse and moisturize.