Kahina Giving Beauty's Kessa Glove is the exfoliating accessory of choice of the traditional Moroccan Hammams, directly in your bathroom.
Gifting you with a soft and renewed skin, it is gentle on the skin and pairs beautifully with Kahina's high quality Moroccan Beldi Soaps. See more in our "How To Use" tab.
It is made of black rayon fabric with an elastic wrist band and a handy small loop to hang it to dry easily.
Kahina Giving Beauty, a natural, fair-trade and organic skincare line, aims to link women together to help each other through shared beauty Rituals, working and sponsoring very closely a female-run Berber cooperative producing Argan Oil.
Giving back to the community (25% of profits), environmentally committed through the choice and quality of ingredients as well as the lovely packaging, Kahina Giving Beauty bears its name really well, living the "Give before you Get" motto to the fullest.
And when you know that the drawings on the packaging are the signatures from the Berber women of the cooperative, it gives so much force and love to it, helping each other.
Size: approximately 21 cm by 15 cm flat
To use on the Body.
Use as a traditional exfoliating glove:
On wet skin, with or without cleanser, massage in circular motion, to get the blood flow going, from toes to neck (going upward). Rinse with warm water.
Preferably follow with your Body Serum
or Argan Oil
For a home Hammam experience on the Body:
- Spend 5 to 10 minutes in a hot bath, shower or steam room (or create a bit of steam in your bathroom with your shower), to open up the pores (don't use any cleaning product at this stage).
- Massage a table spoon of Beldi Soap onto your skin with a bit of energy (gets the blood flow going!).
- Leave for 10 minutes before rinsing with warm water.
- Exfoliate the skin with your kessa glove or konjac sponge, in large circular movements.
Follow with Kahina Argan Oil or Body Serums for the silky soft skin of your dreams.
Repeat once or twice a week, depending on your needs and habits. Your skin will be refined and softer if done often.
Avoid Face and Eye contact.