The Moroccan Hammam is a traditional ritual that draws its beauty from an ancestral routine. This is a routine almost every Moroccan is still religiously following be it a woman, man or even a child.[...]
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A household commodity who’s very name is used as a universal form of endearment, honey has long been a prized commodity for health and beauty.
Cleopatra bathed in it, and Madame du Barry (the infamous last mistress of Louis XV) used it regularly as a face mask. Honey has been a prized nectar across timelines and cultures, and this bespoke amber liquid comes in many tastes and forms.
Pressed from the kernels of the fruit of the “Argania Spinosa” tree, that is unique to limited regions of Morocco, Argan oil was a well-guarded secret known only to the Berber women.
It’s nourishing, youth-enhancing benefits were discovered when the women, who made it by hand, noticed how supple and young their skin remained from their hands being coated with it.
If you have the chance to travel to Morocco in the middle of the summer, you will most likely be amused by a lot of street vendors of Prickly Pears or Barbary Figs.
Definitely try the fruit while you are there as it has a succulent taste.
You’ll most probably wonder how the vendor peels the fruit without touching the prickles.
But your biggest concern will be whether to swallow or throw the many small seeds it contains!
An oil for your skin not only for your stomach.
There is a good trend nowadays of going organic and going back to mother nature for what we put in our stomachs.
Traveling distances to source the bio ingredients that we are going to put in our plates.
Unfortunately, when we think about our cosmetics, we rarely challenge the rules of the game...
Let IZIL make you discover Rose water through its Moroccan heritage.
Near the famous city of Ouarzazate in the south of Morocco, a small village arises called the “Kelaat Meggouna”. Surrounded by a desert of sand, who would suspect that such peaceful refuge grows acres upon acres of Damascus roses.
At harvest time, each year, the city hosts a Rose Festival to celebrate this beautiful flower.
Well, here we go...we are finally starting IZIL blog after 2 years of launching the brand…
We will try to make it really simple, crisp and handy…
The objective will be to share with you Moroccan secret beauty recipes, tips and guide you through your Pure Beauty journey...
posted in Beauty by Pink Asfoura
As you all know by now I am a natural products fan, I try leaning on them for solutions.
Why I prefer natural products over others is because there are less chances of reactions/side effects happening from it. Seeing my love for natural products, Izil beauty folks decided to send me one of their favorites, Golden Glow Face Mask. Lets firstly learn about this gorgeous product.
The beauty industry is slowly but surely shifting to a more organic stance.
A plethora of age-old natural ingredients have been reintroduced in new-age packaging, and by far the leader of the roost has been the very sought-after Argan Oil.
By Arsh Azim Hello, beauties. I am up to finally review my favorite products from Izil beauty,100% natural Argan Oil and other products. They claim that their products are 100% pure, natural, chemical and fragrance-free and after using them personally, that’s true! [...]