Exfoliating glove used in Morocco’s hammams

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  • Allow your pores to open with hot water and steam. If you don’t happen to have a steam room or sauna—we recommend heating the shower before entering to allow steam to rise, or soaking skin in the tub before applying to soften.

    Then apply Beldi Soap liberally to cover the body, working into a slight lather, and then allow it to penetrate your skin for 3 to 10 minutes. After rinsing, scrub the skin heavily in a circular motion with the kessa exfoliating mitt.

    Multi-task by applying a hair mask and/or Kahina Antioxidant Mask to your face while you wait for the Beldi Soap to penetrate.
  • Rayon with elastic wrist band
  • Part of a beloved beauty ritual imported directly from Morocco

    This exfoliating Kessa mitt from Morocco’s storied hammams gently but thoroughly exfoliates from neck to toes — the perfect companion to Kahina's Moroccan Beldi Soap for the softest, smoothest skin. A small loop makes it easy to hang to dry.

    Moroccan Beldi Soap may be used for simple cleansing as a deliciously scented soap replacement. 

    Product of Morocco
    1 Mitten
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Exfoliating glove used in Morocco’s hammams
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