Black soap was introduced to the world thousands of years ago, and has proven its worth over time. Named after its dark colour, sometimes coming in black, brown or dark green appearance, depending on the season the olive oil was harvested and used in production to make the beldi black soap. The basis of the recipe to produce organic black soap remains the same in Morocco to this day. The only change that has taken place is adding fragrances of essential oils and other properties which enhance the black soap, such as: Rose, Aker Fassi, Amber, Lavender, Argan and Eucalyptus. Organic Black soap is now a traditional soap used in the Moroccan hamam spa, and without it, your spa experience is incomplete, along with the Moroccan traditional exfoliating (Kessa) glove which is an essential part of the Moroccan hamam spa routine.
One of black soap's best properties is that it suits all skin types. It is used for both a deep cleanse and for purifying your skin from dirt and dead skin cells. Moroccan black soap is a wonderful body treatment. It is rich in minerals and Vitamin E helping in cleaning and detoxifying your skin while leaving an extraordinary smooth and silky skin finish. By nourishing, moisturizing and exfoliating using the Kessa glove, your skin becomes soft and silky, giving your skin that youthful radiant glow, even after the first use! It can also be used for your entire body, face and hair included.
How to use black soap:
1) Organic Black soap is used the same way as any regular soap but generates very little foam. Therefore, the black soap has to be applied by massaging into moist skin evenly during a hot shower or a bath.
2) Leave the soap on for 5 minutes, then scrub the skin gently in a circular motion with the Kessa glove. Do not worry if you see dark particles or rolled up skin appear, it is simply dead skin coming off your body.
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