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What could a person need after a long and tiring week of work assignments and home chores?
The most relaxing and comfortable way for women to pamper themselves after an exhaustive week is a Moroccan steam bath followed by a relaxing massage.
The Moroccan Bath is a "must" feel experience. You will begin your visit with a personalized Moroccan rinse and a hair wash. A specialized masseuse will cover you with Moroccan soap, a black soap in the form of a thick gel, for 10 minutes waiting for the body pores to open from the steam. The masseuse starts to perform the Moroccan exfoliation treatment, where dead skin cells are removed from your body. You remain lying down and are covered with a 'purifying' clay enriched with minerals. The body masque is left on your skin for approximately 15 minutes, allowing the body’s impurities to rise to the surface. The room is then filled with hot steam and the clay is rinsed off.
WHY A MOROCCAN BATH? Your skin is the largest organ in your body and is sometimes referred to as the 'third kidney'. It is not only a regulator fluid balance and body temperature but is also the passageway for excreting toxins, thus allowing for the absorption of moisture and nutrients. Chemicals make their way into our bodies and bloodstream through pollution, food additives, pesticide residues and a wide range of consumer products. The accumulation of toxins and heavy metals on our bodies can lead to all kinds of disease and infection - 68% of all cancers are a direct result of toxins found in our air. With clothes continually compressing dead skin cells into our skin, we need to regularly exfoliate the skin on our bodies. The experts at cells into our skin, we need to regularly exfoliate the skin on our bodies. Like all living things, our cells grow, age and die. For this reason alone, we should regularly exfoliate the dead skin cells that are on the skin surface
Many different skin types will benefit from regular exfoliation.
Younger Skin - Exfoliating helps to deep cleanse, unplug clogged pores, and maintain a smoother, clearer complexion. Removing poor clogging dirt helps to prevent breakouts. Using the Moroccan to thin the dead cell layer enhances the penetration of your cleansing routine and is essential for looking your best.
Morocco bath after a hard workout; exfoliating at this time will detoxify, decongest, and improve your skin tone - all the while healing breakouts. If you do not exfoliate, build-ups of dead skin cells, soap, oil and dirt clog the pores, leading to uneven skin tone, whiteheads, blackheads and other blemishes. Mature Age Skin - As we age, our skins natural ability to rebuild itself slows down, decreasing our natural shedding ability. If we do not exfoliate mature aged skin, our skin begins to look sallow and dull because of the build up of dead skin cells that are not flaking off. This leaves a layer of lifeless cells clogging the skins surface, creating a dull lifeless and less than vital looking skin. For mature skin, we must remove this layer to bring renewed life to our skin and to stimulate new cells. Exfoliating stimulates the skin cells and this stimulates the production of collagen which lies in the dermis layer of the skin. The Moroccan bath can help skin cells turn over in a more natural, youthful manner. Increasing collagen production can partly reverse the ageing process Dry Skin - Improving cell turnover (exfoliating) is important in getting rid of dry skin and improving its appearance. Dry skin does not shed as it should and those built-up layers of dead skin cells can feel rough and cause skin to look flaky and dull. With dry skin, you will want to let the amount of flakiness on your skin tell you when you need to use the Moroccan bath and slough off the dead skin cells. With dry skin, you can never use too much moisturizer. Ingrown hairs - Exfoliating the top layer of skin removes the build up of dead skin cells in the pores that can contribute toward ingrown hairs. These are hairs that have grown into the skin instead of growing out of the pore. Build up of dead skin cells in the pores and on the surface of the skin can cause ingrown hairs, also friction from clothing, shaving or waxing or hardened proteins blocking the hair follicle from exiting the skin outward in the right direction are other common causes. Using Moroccan bath can help lift the hair away from the skin surface. Pre-Tan and Post Tan Applications - Exfoliating is a critical step that you should never skip before a tanning application. This will guarantee you a streak free and even application, so your tan looks better and will also prolong the life of your tan. Exfoliate thoroughly with the keesa (Moroccan scrub), removing any previous tan and surface debris. Prepare the bikini line with wax at least 8 hours before applying a tan. That way your skin has time to calm down and the pores have time to close. Moisturize at least 8 hours prior to tanning and if you have dry skin moisturize twice a day after the tan. Do not shave or wax for at least four days after the tan.
BENEFITS OF THE MOROCCAN BATH MOROCCAN RINSE: reduces body temperature, helps stimulate the thyroid and maintain a healthy heart rate. MOROCCAN BATH: promotes pain relief, aids in the elimination of toxins and helps replenish the body with essential minerals MOROCCAN EXFOLIATION: increases circulation, help stimulate the lymphatic system and unclogs pores while feeding the skin with beneficial nutrients. MOROCCAN STEAM ROOM: in depth detoxification by eliminating toxins and pollyting agent through perspiration.