INSPIRED BY MOROCCAN BEAUTY RITUALS
Drawing on a history of rich natural resources and a heritage of beauty rituals, Morocco is brimming with skin care secrets. Here are some of our favorite hero products passed down for generations to help you achieve that fresh, sunlit glow.
Moroccan skincare secrets you need to know
Silky, lightweight oils are your beauty BFF. Referred to as “liquid gold,” Argan oil is beloved for its nourishing powers, which makes it a must-have for skin - and hair. Derived from argania Espinosa kernel, seed oil is packed with Vitamin E and super hydrating.
A mainstay of Moroccan hammams, Black soap is high-alkaline soap made from olive oil, which gives it a gel-like consistency. Frequently used in body-masking treatments, Black soap is ace at cleansing (opening pores) and exfoliating.
MASK UP WITH GHASSOUL CLAY
Derived from the Atlas Mountains, Rhassoul Clay helps draw out impurities, detox pores and balance sebum production in the skin. Applied after exfoliation, the clay is said to help boost skin clarity and reduce dryness. Applied on hair, it absorbs impurities from the scalp and hydrates the hair for purified smooth silky hair.
In addition to the delicate floral aroma, rose water is a skin salve. Beloved for its anti-inflammatory properties, rose water is said to soothe fatigued skin, reduce redness and help purify the skin. Use as a toner, to boost your face mask, or add a splash of hydration.