Sunday World reports on Morocco’s increasing prominence in beauty products, especially those utilizing argan oil, chamomile, orange blossom, and even clay:
Anyone who has been to Morocco will know how vibrant the country is. The colors and scents attack your senses and leave a permanent imprint in your mind. The same can be said when it comes to beauty products that incorporate Moroccan ingredients. Whether it’s the item of the moment, argan oil, or other components such as chamomile and orange blossom, Moroccan infused products have an effervescence that is sometimes lacking in other beauty products. But it isn’t just the intoxicating smells that come from these products that make them worth a try; many of the ingredients are renowned for giving skin clarity, and helping it avoid being dry and scaly.
For example, clay is regularly used in the world of cosmetics because of its plethora of beauty benefits, and Alassala’s Moroccan Rhassoul Clay, is natural mineral clay that is perfect for combating a multitude of hair and skin issues. These include reducing dry and flaky skin, improving skin elasticity and texture, and removing dead skin cells to leave its surface looking much smoother.
Another way to remove flaky, scaly skin is by using a scrub. Molton Brown’s Ambrusca Wash and Scrub is a conditioning body scrub that combines Ambrusca grape leaf, which is full of antioxidants, with ground olive stones, which exfoliate the skin, and Moroccan argan oil, which helps tone the skin and leaves you with a healthy, glowing appearance…[Full Story]