Hammam ritual is a treatment providing regeneration for both body and spirit, and even though it comes from centuries ago, it is still relevant. The first stage is the preparation of the body. It involves entering the Finnish bath, where the warm steam hydrates the skin, opening the pores of the skin and softening it. This allows for an easier removal of toxins from the organism. Second stage –thorough clearing of the body. Black soap (savon noir) is a plant soap produced in Morocco, made from black olives and olive oil, using traditional methods. It acts as a natural peeling. A thin layer is superposed on the skin. Kess’ glove is a Moroccan glove that improves the functioning of the soap and boosts the circulation. Massaging using one leads to a quick cleansing, while continuing stimulates blood circulation. Stage number three is purification by rhassoul clay. A measure of the clay is layered on a clean body. It is rich in minerals (magnesium, zinc, silicon, iron and copper). The last stage is the ritual of cleansing. After this stage, hydrated skin will more effectively absorb nutrients. A few drops of argan oil – Moroccan liquid gold – are spread softly on the body through massage. Then, the skin is left to assimilate what's most valuable – vitamin E and unsaturated fats omega 6 and 9.
90 min 190 zł