Rhassoul clay is treasured by Moroccan women for its skin firming power, this mineral-rich body clay mask absorbs excess water and oil, allowing skin to tighten and feel firmer as it dries. The firming clay helps tighten the skin with Rhassoul clay. It also makes a great facial cleanser and purifying masque, especially for individuals with sensitive skin. After 4 weeks, skin feels firmer, tighter, and smoother.
For hair, it helps regulate sebum imbalances, fights flakes and will leave your hair soft and shiny. Use this toning Rhassoul clay mask as part of your revitalizing ritual when you want your body and mind to feel re-energized. Origin Kingdom of Morocco: quarry mined, sun dried and untreated.
A gorgeous bouquet of vibrant, balancing, soothing and reparative botanicals for deep down pore purification and cellular hydration.
How to use it: Add a small handful of herbs to bowl and cover with boiling water; allow to cool slightly and place towel over head to create steam tent. Breathe deeply and enjoy. 5-15 minutes. Take this time to completely clear your mind, set intentions or offer gratitude.
The sun is at its peak. The famous fig tree comes in a different guise, fruity and warmed till white-hot by a mist of cedar. Without being too overpowering this fragrance will become a fall favorite. It's a wonderfully imaginative take on classic fig.
Native to Morocco, Argan Oil is often called "liquid gold" it absorbs quickly to soften and smooth dry skin and hair. Rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, the multitasking formula contains astonishing healing, conditioning, and anti-aging properties to create a nourished, youthful-looking complexion. It easily absorbs into skin, delivering a fresh, dewy glow, and keeps you looking beautiful from head to toe. It may also be used to treat split ends, control frizz and add a healthy shine to hair and soften cuticles.
This 100% natural, ingenious lipstick and blush-in-one proves to be irresistible. This versatile favorite brightens cheeks and lips with creamy, translucent color. Tap onto cheeks and press onto lips. The sheer tint adds an inherent glow to the cheeks while lips bloom with fresh, radiant color.
A delightful and exotic blend of green tea and mints (spearmint + peppermint), with a hint of lemon and freshly cut lemongrass for a fragrant, refreshing and aromatic tea. It is a superb drink hot or iced. Try it Moroccan style, sweetened with sugar.
In the bazaars of Morocco, tea is served on a "sinya" or three legged tray, usually made of brass, plus a smaller tray which holds three boxes, one for green tea, one for mint and one for sugar. The tea is prepared in a samovar which brews strong, highly concentrated tea. Then it is heavily sweetened with sugar and a touch of mint. The tea is then poured into a Moroccan style pot, which is elongated rather than round with a longer spout. The tea is poured from this teapot held high in the air into small crystal glasses with brass handles. Moroccans enjoy the social ritual of making this sweet flavorful tea which goes well with their hearty couscous, nuts and apricots.