Do you know that Moroccans are quite well known for their beauty and how they use natural products to beautify themselves. Morocco is very popular for its amazing oil that helps the people there with skincare and hair care. There are some rituals that they follow for their skin, which even you can try if you wish for your skin to look healthy and glowing.
Henna: This one is to cover up white hair and provide them with nourishment. Moroccan women love including Henna in their bathing rituals, where they scrub it on their skin and hair and then rinse it off with water. This leaves their skin softer and hair shinier.
Rose water and rose oil: The locals of Morocco make rose water by crushing some rose petals, steaming and distilling them which creates oil and water vapour. They use both oil and water to give their skin some hydration and soothe it down and tone it too. It even works wonderfully as a serum and makeup remover. Rose water even helps with acne issues.
Beldi soap: These people make use of this Moroccan soap that has high alkalie content as well as a gel-like consistency. It is made of olive oil and macerated olives. This soap is used to cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize the skin by using a coarse fabric or wash-cloth.
Ghassoul clay: This one is a natural mineral clay which is mined from the Atlas mountains. It is the Moroccan women that use this clay a lot for their skincare routines. They leave it on their skin for 15 minutes and then wash it off. This clay has magnesium, phosphorous, zinc and silicon - all of which helps in providing their skin with vitamins and it even leaves the skin feeling plump and moisturized. This even makes for a great product for oily an dry hair.