Moroccan black soap is part of the traditional hammam ritual. It is the number one treatment in oriental public baths. With a texture of butter, this natural vegetable paste based with black olives is rich in vitamin E. It is obtained from a mixture of oil and crushed olives, soaked in salt and potash. In the nineteenth century it was used as a product of Dermatology and later became a real beauty tool for the body suitable for every type of skin.
It prepares the skin for ex-foliation. The skin will be softer and ready for a scrub. Combined with the action of the loofah glove, it will remove impurities and dead skin.
Thanks to it ex foliating and moisturising properties, it softens and nourishes the skin. It does not foam but becomes creamy when you add water.
Properties and Benefits of Moroccan Oil Black Soap
Removes dead skin (the rough and dry outer surface). Deep cleans the skin by removing toxins and dead skin cells, making our skin softer. The exfoliation increases the blood and lymph circulation. With its anti-microbial proprieties Moroccan black soap is rich in vitamin E. Highly advised to relieve itchy backs due to an excess of dead skin and clogged pores. Ideal to reduce in-growing hair.
After the scrub your skin is ready to better absorb your next skin care treatment - whether its a mask, moisturizing or tanning.
How to use Black Soap ?
Shower: massage Moroccan Oil Black Soap into wet skin, rinse then scrub vigorously with brush or glove. Rinse with cool water and continue scrubbing to eliminate dead skin cells to reveal healthy, vital skin. Can replace a normal soap or shower gel. Leaves skin super soft.
Bath: Apply to body with your hands then scrub vigorously with brush or glove. Removes dead skin cells and stimulates circulation leaving skin supple, soft and firm.
Tip: Try the scrubbing with a dry loofah glove on warm damp skin (not wet skin). Use circle motion then wash off all dead skin. Dry and moisturize with argan oil or your body lotion.
A weekly exfoliation is recommended.