One of the wonders of Fez is the lasting of the enigmatic antique beauty of Fes Hammam for centuries.
The Moroccan Hammam is an amazing and important part of Moroccan culture and life. Women, Men visit their local Hammamand bring their children at least once a week, and spend two or three hours there. They also find it a nice way to gossip with their friends, and take a long time for washing their bodies until their skinsparks.
Traditional Hamam, is an incredible and exciting practice and a good way to connect with Moroccans. So Moroccan visitors shouldn’t miss out on a cleansing and cultural experience. Hammam protocol is not a must, but it is traditional way of Moroccan bathing.
Your Driver pick you up from your Hotel to take you the Moroccan Spa what we call « Fes Hammam ». It is a place of complete relaxation. With specific rituals for body caring, smooth soap scrubs with olive-soap Sabon-beldi (Or the black soap). Also nourishing Hennah mask for hair, rolling up the body with a homemade lotion Rhassoul, massages with Argan oil and other essential ones, rose water ma-ward for facial masks, staining the hair by Akar el-Fassi poppy red…
Hennah the plant out of paradise has a great symbolic value in the Moroccan tradition. However, it is used in Fes Hammam as we have mentioned earlier by women in different ceremonies, and also referring to important life events. Birth, marriage, and circumcision.
Whereas, Argan oil is the gold liquid which contains Omega 6 and vitamin E and it is very essential in the Moroccan traditional cosmetics, since it is incredibly useful for face, hair, and body.
It is important to explore this side of the culture, because Moroccan people are keen on cleanliness and also on beauty in Fes Hammam.