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Moroccanoil Soap

If youve read this blog for any length of time, Im sure youve gotten your laughs off my Moroccan bath experience. As crazy as that was for me, i believe I will be going to get one again, though at a much better establishment!
Today, I ran across this product



 And while waiting in line for a price, an Arabic lady gave it the once over, looked inside, and nodded her head in approval of what was inside. After seeing it was only 9.50 dhm, I got another. Once I try it, I will certainly give a review! In the meantime, here is information about the product-or products like this:

Moroccan Black Soap and How To Use It



The black soap is part of the traditional hammam ritual. It is the first treatment in oriental public bath. With a texture of butter, this natural vegetable paste based with black olives is rich in vitamin E.
It is obtained from a mixture of oil and crushed olives, soaked in salt and potash. In the nineteenth century it was used as a product of Dermatology and later became a real beauty tool for the body suitable for every type of skin.
It prepares the skin for exfoliation. The skin will be softer and ready for a scrub. Combined with the action of the Kessa glove will remove impurities and dead skin.


Thanks to it exfoliating and moisturizing, it softens and nourishes the skin. It does not foam but becomes creamy when you add water.


Argan Oil Tree’s exclusive soap is delicately scented with eucalyptus essential oil. Eucalyptus helps relax the body and adds to the soap some antiseptic, antibacterial and Anti-inflammatory properties.
How to use Black Soap ?
After 15 minutes in your hot bath, hot shower, steam room or hammam, using only plain water, apply soap on a warm and wet body. Avoid the face and eyes. Leave on for up to 10 minutes then rinse with warm water. Your skin is now softer and easier to exfoliate, get ready for a gommage with the Kessa glove.


Tip: Try the gommage with a dry Kessa glove on warm damp skin (not wet skin). Use circle motion then wash off all dead skin. Dry and moisturize with Argan oil or your body lotion.


A weekly exfoliation is recommended.


Do not apply soap on damaged skin and avoid area around eyes and face.
Ingredients of Moroccan Black Soap


Water, olive oil, Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil, potassium hydroxide.
Properties and benefits of Moroccan Black soap:
Removes dead skin (the rough and dry outer surface). Deep cleans the skin by removing toxins and dead skin cells, making our skin softer. The exfoliation increases the blood and lymph circulation. With its anti-microbial proprieties Moroccan black soap is rich in vitamin E. Highly advised to relieve itchy back due to an excess of dead skin and clogged pores. Ideal to reduce in-growing hair.
After the gommage your skin is ready to absorb better your next skin care treatment - mask, moisturizing or tanning.

The authentic second oriental treatment after the soap scrub is the Rhassoul clay mask and then for finishing, Moroccan women moisturize their body with Argan oil.




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Comments

  1. Brandy!!! I am so excited to get over there and see what beauty products they have!! Especially for my hair!! This seems so interesting and to know that it's been "approved!!" I'm even more excited to use it!! And at app 3USD, you are #winning!!

    Can't wait to join you soon!

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  2. Where did you buy it from? Thank you

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  3. I got it from the coop BUT stuff like that pops up randomly so it may or MAY NOT be there.you could try the carrefours and lulus as well.good luck finding it.Ill need some more soon.

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  4. I'm from jordan .. is this soap available in jordan, and if no how I can get it? thank you

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  5. Im not sure if this brand is available in Jordan but I am pretty sure you can get this product from there as it is widely used in Middle Eastern countries. I would say ask someone at a salon, especially the salons who provide Moroccan baths.Hope you find it!

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  6. Hi Brandy! Was this product any good? Couldn't find your review on it.

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  7. Hi Brandy! Was this product any good? Couldn't find your review on it, thanks!

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  8. its a good product but i can't scrub myself the way they do when you get it done professionally.it leaves your skin feeling soft.though it comes with a glove,id probably like to use those scrub gloves instead

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