The rose is one of the most characteristic Moroccan flowers. Rose water, obtained by distillation, is considered as a real beauty treasure. This water is traditionally used by women to get a beautiful and fresh complexion or to purify and soften their skin.
The Moroccan Rose is used in the sublimating body range Majestic Rose.
Argan oil is extracted from the argan tree which grows exclusively in semi desert of the High Atlas region, in the South West of Morocco. Very rich in oily essential acids and Vitamin E, argan oil is well known for its moisturizing, revitalizing and anti-aging properties.
Argan oil is used in the Hammam range as well as in Amande en Crème, Roses Velours, Roses de Sucre, Richesse d’Arganier and Grains de Lumière.
Sweet Almond Milk
The almond tree is the most cultivated tree after the olive tree. Extracted from almond seeds, sweet almond milk is well known for its softening, moisturizing and restructuring cosmetic properties.
Sweet almond milk is used in Amande au Lait and Amande en Crème.
Orange Blossom Water
Orange Blossom Water is well known for its moisturizing, refreshing and calming properties. It relaxes and softens the skin and the hair scalp. Subtly perfumed, Moroccan women traditionally add it to their shampoo mixture and rhassoul mask.
Orange blossom water is used in Amande au Lait and Fleur de Rhassoul as well as in Infusion d’Orange and Caresse de Néroli.
Extracted exclusively from Moroccan mineral deposits in the Middle Atlas borders, this ingredient belongs to the clay mineral category. It has been considered for centuries as an important asset. It is mostly used by Moroccan women to clean, exfoliate and soften their hair and skin. It is as essential as the traditionnal black soap or Kessa glove in the Hammam ritual.
Rhassoul is found in Fleur de Rhassoul and Terre du Désert.