The Moroccan bath is a historical bath, which originated during the Roman Empire, and has become one of the customs and traditions followed in Morocco, and resembles spas in the present time to a great extent, and it is a vital part of the Moroccan lifestyle, as Moroccans visit it every week, To enjoy its health and aesthetic advantages, in addition to its social importance, which revolves around women’s meetings, preparing brides before the wedding, and the bathroom works [[benefits such as a sauna and is separated into two or three sections of the levels of hot steam, by starting by cleaning the body with warm and rubbing water, To detoxify the skin, feel refreshed, relaxed, and have baby-soft skin.

 

Benefits of a Moroccan bath.

Moroccan bath has many benefits for health and skin:

 

  • Body cleaning. 

  • Aromatherapy. 

  • Detoxify the skin. 

  • Increase blood circulation. 

  • Soften and purify the skin. 

  • Stimulate the immune system. 

  • Relax and relieve stress. 

  • Relax tired muscles.

  • Remove the layer of dead skin cells.

  • Reducing cellulite.

Moroccan aesthetic components:

 

There are many basic aesthetic components used in the Moroccan bath by Moroccan women, the most prominent of which are:

 

Moroccan soapMoroccan black soap is considered one of the traditional rituals in the Moroccan bath that cannot be dispensed with and is one of the most important aesthetic components in Morocco, and it has benefits in treating some skin diseases, and it is anti-microbial, removes toxins and dead skin from the skin, moisturizes it, cleans it deeply, It reduces the signs of aging in it, and this soap consists of crushed black olive, oil, and potash salt that is soluble in water, to form a buttery paste, and Moroccan soap is distinguished by its rich content of vitamin E.

 

Moroccan Glove Fiber: The Moroccan Glove is called a glove bag, and it is designed for use in traditional Moroccan baths, and it is a strong and durable fabric that is used to exfoliate the skin, after covering the body with Moroccan soap, and it is not recommended to use it on facial skin.

 

Argan oil: Produces oil Chiefs of Staff Tree (Orkanya Spinoza), which is grown exclusively in Morocco, in the center of the south area called the Valley of licorice, separating the desert from the Atlantic Ocean.