Vie Naturals Moroccan spa gift pack

Spoil your mum or treat yourself this Mother’s Day to a Moroccan Hammam Spa Ritual from Vie Naturals.


Each set consists of Beldi Black Soap with Eucalyptus (200g), Rhassoul Clay (200g) from the Atlas Mountains and Argan Oil (50ml), all sourced from Morocco for an authentic Hammam experience, one of the oldest cleansing traditions in the world.

Start with the Moroccan Beldi Black Soap. Yes it really is black, but don’t let that put you off. This is a cleansing gel soap that’s enriched with eucalyptus oil to revitalise the senses, it works to cleanse and soften the outer layers of your skin in preparation for exfoliation.


The Rhassoul Clay is extracted from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, is among the finest in the world and is renowned for its high mineral content. Rich in silica and magnesium, the clay absorbs toxins and impurities whilst moisturising skin. It can be used as a facial mask, cleanser and shampoo.

This comes as a clay powder rather than a cream or liquid. The powder is mixed with water and can be used on the body or hair. There is a lot of powder per tub and it goes a long way.


Finally, your ritual can be concluded with Menara Argan Oil. This even comes with a wooden spoon to help get the correct amount. It is rich in vitamin E. This nourishing body oil is used to soften, hydrate and moisturise nails, hair and skin.


The Spa Kit includes an exfoliating kessa glove too which helps to remove dead skin cells, toxins and impurities.

I really enjoy using these products as part of a bath time routine. They smell lovely of eucalyptus. The clay product can sometimes be a bit messy being an unmixed powder so it’s best to only use small scoops of this to avoid it spilling all over.

These products are suitable for all skin types, the Vie Naturals Moroccan Hammam Spa Ritual costs Β£18.95 and is available from Amazon


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