We are always being asked about the magical ingredients used in Moroccan beauty products that make them immensely effective and beneficial for beauty treatments. So, let us reveal our centuries-old Moroccan beauty secrets to you!
Morocco is a land of high mountains, lush green landscapes of ancient forests, beautiful coves, and blooming rare trees which are valued for their organic, healthy, and beneficial properties. Natural Moroccan beauty products have been helping women to achieve their beauty standards for centuries.
Here at Moroccan Beauty Secrets, we strive to provide you with the highest quality beauty products. We use exotic and naturally-grown ingredients for all of our products, free from any kind of chemicals or harmful additives. Your beauty and safety is our priority, therefore, to ensure safe usage, all of our products are lab tested and scientifically approved as 100% natural, effective, and safe for your beauty treatments.
The bitter orange tree is a small tree, with an average height of 3 meters. In Morocco, these trees can be harvested at any time of the year and are pruned every 9 months to retain foliage. Bigarade leaves are broad, shiny, and extremely aromatic. They are extensively used in different aromatherapies. Bigarade leaves hold properties that are very beneficial for the skin. Skin products and oils with extracts of Bigarade leaves are very effective as a a tonic for the skin.
Moroccan Damascene Roses are considered to be the queen of flowers because of their aromatic properties. This centuries-old plant, grown in the Daddes Valley in Ouarzazate region of Morocco, is involved in the production of rose oil. This plant requires a specific temperature and weather conditions to grow. This Rose Plant is cultivated within maximum sunlight areas, away from other trees. Moroccan Damascene Roses hold a strong aromatic fragrance, and are rich in skin soothing nutrients. The commonly used Rose Oil or Rose Water is extracted through these roses. Rose Water helps to clear the pours of the skin and increases the oxygen intake of the skin, resulting in its becoming fresh and clean.
Originally known as Aloysia Citrodora, the leaves of Lemon Verbena plant are highly rich in antibacterial properties.
Widely grown in the eastern region of Morocco, Lemon Verbena is cultivated at mild temperatures. The shrub is grown to a maximum height of 3 meters with 8cm long, pointed and shiny leaves. The leaves of the plant have a strong lemon fragrance and antibiotic nutrients. Lemon Verbena oil is used to sooth the skin. Its use in essential oils as body moisturizers helps in eliminating the skin irritation from exposure to daily impurities, enhances the rejuvenating process, and relaxes the skin.
All of us know about pomegranates! What we don’t know is that the peel of pomegranate fruit is enriched with countless nutrients which are beneficial for skin and body. It is one of the amazing gifts of nature. However, the peel of the pomegranate fruit holds more beneficial nutrients than the fruit itself. Pomegranate peel is extensively used in moisturizing oils and creams. It contains elegiac acid, which is very effective in maintaining the skin’s moisture. The nutrients of pomegranate peel help in hydrating the skin cells and prevent the skin from drying out and damage.
Bitter orange is famous for its cleansing capabilities. The use of bitter orange essential oil helps in removing the dirt particles and oily impurities from the skin. It calms the sunburned skin and balances the PH level, resulting in fresh and rejuvenated skin. The nutrients in bitter orange fruit maintains the moisture of the skin and balances the skin tone. Daily use of bitter orange compounded oils effectively helps in getting rid of under eye circles.
Commonly known as Heather, heath bush is a rare plant which is on the verge of extinction. It is naturally grown on mildly acidic soils and becomes strong when more sunlight is received. The plant is an evergreen shrub and belongs to the Ericaceae family of plants. Heath bush is vastly used in aromatic and therapeutic remedies. The leaf of heath bush holds antiseptic and detoxifier properties. By using oils containing the heath bush nutrients, excess uric acid is removed from the skin.