Hammam spa’s: Stone made of pumice.
Hammam spa’s: On complex regions like heels, soles, knees, elbows, and so on, a m’hekka (or clay pumice stone) scrub works wonders. This little ochre claystone polishes our skin without irritating us. Our recommendation is to moisten your skin, use black soap, and scrub with the m’hekka stone.
Skin and hair mask made of mineral clay
Rhassoul mud is a mineral clay that originates in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. It’s a multi-tasker that can be used on the face, body, and hair, and it’s a Maghrebi favorite. It’s capable of sucking up pollutants. It absorbs excess sebum and plugs pores when used as a mask. Using cleaning, circular motions, a heavy coating is applied. It is then washed off after being left for a few minutes. The result is soft skin and a healthy, lustrous mane!
Massage with oil
Argan oil, often known as ‘liquid gold,’ is a Moroccan product obtained from argan trees that grow in the country’s deserts and is packed with natural health and beauty-boosting compounds. This turbo-charged oil hydrate revitalizes and nourishes the skin. It’s also an anti-aging superhero because of its high vitamin E concentration! It works wonderfully on nails and hair because of its capacity to revitalize, strengthen, and add luster. However, if you want your skin to absorb all of the benefits, nothing beats a full-body massage! It moisturizes and hydrates the surface while also returning suppleness.
After a hammam assembly, use an all-over moisturizer, such as shea butter, proven to protect skin from the environment and heal any dry spots. It profoundly nourishes skin with vitamins (A, D, E, F) and fatty acids.
Remember to drink lots of water following your workout to compensate for all that sweating and avoid dehydration! Anyone with circulatory, cardiovascular, or dermatological problems should avoid heated surroundings. If you’re unsure, consult your doctor. Pregnant women should avoid hammam spas as well.