RITUAL OF HAMMAM BY RITUALS - SPA EXPERIENCE AT HOME
Stressed out at work, too much to do and too little time. Influx of work and daily to-dos are stressful for many of us. We loose our concentration capability, our focus and our ability to be creative. You deserve a much-needed break. Spend a relaxing time on yourself for a change at your home and experience the warmth of your own personal wellness ceremony.
Inspired by one of the oldest cleansing traditions in the world THE RITUAL OF HAMMAM – BY RITUALS allows us to replicate the authentic spa experience in our own bathroom. Discover a cleansing and refreshing rite, which encourages your mind and body. Improve your well-being, relieve muscle tension and stimulate the blood circulation with the new products by Rituals through 5 STEPS.
STEP BY STEP FOR A SPA EXPERIENCE AT HOME
THE RITUAL OF HAMMAM - BY RITUALS
STEP 1: THE RITUAL OF HAMMAM BLACK SOAP
Start your cleansing ceremony with a hot shower and steam yourself to open up pores. Then apply the ultra hydrating BLACK SOAP on your body, which contains refreshing eucalyptus for a deep cleansing effect and olive oil to nourish your skin and give it a silky softness. Rinse off. Your body is ready for the next step.
STEP 2: THE RITUAL OF HAMMAM HOT SCRUB
Exfoliate your whole body with circular movements to activate the warming ginger by using the HOT SCRUB. This sea salt peeling with fresh eucalyptus ensures a thorough peeling result and leaves your skin looking fresh and soft. Rinse with warm water and remove the scrub and dead skin cells off your body.
STEP 3: THE RITUAL OF HAMMAM BODY MUD
Our ritual continues with the purifying BODY MUD containing rhassoul clay. Massage a thin layer of mud into damp skin, leave for 2 minutes and rinse off in the shower. The body mud polishes the skin intensively leaving it feeling clean and soft.
(Rhassoul Clay is a high-quality soothing clay for external use that stores indefinitely if kept dry. It is sourced from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and is often used in spas for skin and hair. It is formed by a natural combination of volcanic activity and geothermal changes.)