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moroccan mint tea silt purifier 8.8 fl oz (280 ml)

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Purify and detoxify

Moroccan Mint Tea Silt Purifier is the first step in the traditional Hammam sequence.  This ritual succession has been practiced for nearly one thousand years to heal, detoxify and release the whole body.

Deeply purify and detoxify the skin.  Begin by washing with this refreshing, cleansing wash that is a vital infusion based on the traditional moroccan mint tea blend of white sage, peppermint, spearmint, lavender, gunpowder green tea, with additional ingredients of black olive extract, montmorillonite clay and silt.  Daily life exposes the body to thousand of pollutants and toxins that slowly accumulate in the skin.  White sage is used its curative, astringent and antiseptic qualities to tighten and cool the skin, high in naturally-occurring phenols which help reduce inflammation and ease muscle pain.  Peppermint and spearmint act as a natural anesthetic, deeply revitalizing and relaxing the body.  Lavender stimulates blood flow, acts as a natural antidepressant, and helps to calm nerves and release muscle tension.  Gunpowder green tea contains xanthine and Vitamin C, which encourage the stimulation of the sweat glands to eliminate impurities.  Green Tea's naturally occurring polyphenols help to slow aging, and boost the body's immune system.  Silt helps to increase the oxygen intake of the skin, leaving it pure and soft.  Clay has positive and potent detoxifying helps the body to maintain homeostasis, a healthy life balance, leaving the skin refreshed and radiant.

Hammam means spreader of warmth.  It is the word given to a sensual bathing ritual that evolved over one thousand years and traces it roots back to the roman thermae.  Circling time and space, the traditions found steeped in a present day Hammam can be experienced from the far-reaching Costa of Andalusia, Spain to the natural hot springs of Turkey, Tunisia and Morocco.

This is a flow of deeply cleansing, detoxifying essential oils and plant, nut and fruit extracts, carefully chosen from indigenous ingredients for their therapeutic and healing properties.  A sensual ritual of half-light, quiescence and devotion created to draw deep impurities from the body, for a warm radiance.

One hundred percent botanically based and essential oil derived.  Flowers hold life.  Entirely free of drying agents, dyes and harsh preservatives.

Made in U.S.A.
not tested on animals

Warnings:

For external use only.

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Aqua (Water), Aloe Barbadensis Gel, Potassium Sorbate, Glucono Delta Lactone, Bentonite Clay, Illite ( Green Clay), Biodegradable Corn, Algae Extrac, Sodium Laurylglucosides Hydroxypropyl Sulfonate (Sugar and Fatty Alcohol Based Cleanser), Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate (Saponified Coconut Oil), Lauryl Betaine (Beet Sugar), Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Oil, Mentha Spicata (Spearmint) Leaf Oil, Peppermint Oil (Menthe Pepperita), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Pseudotsuga Menziessi (Douglas Fir) Needle Oil, Cananga Odorate (Ylang Ylang) Oil

Under hot running water or in a warm bath, lather over body with warm, wet hands.  Wash slowly, and with energy.

This is an act of devotion.  Begin by purifying.  Then vigorously scrub.  Slowly polish.  Mist.  Bless the body with oil.  Enrich.  Relax.

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red flower moroccan mint tea silt purifier, 8.8 fl oz
 
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Dislike fragrance intensely

By Grandmama

from Pacifica, CA

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    • Unpleasant Smell

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      Comments about red flower moroccan mint tea silt purifier, 8.8 fl oz:

      I have other Red Flower products and really wanted to like this. Unfortunately, to me, the smell is appallingly awful. I had a spa treatment in India where the same fragrance was used. I disliked it then and dislike it now.

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      5.0

      OOOOOOOOOH!

      By Christina in the Keys

      from Florida Keys

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      Pros

      • Goes On Smoothly
      • Not Greasy
      • Smells Great
      • Softens Skin

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • In The Shower

        Comments about red flower moroccan mint tea silt purifier, 8.8 fl oz:

        This is a wonderful product! A gentle cleanser I used it in the shower as part of the Red Flower Hamman Ritual. It was very relaxing and an indulgence that I needed to revive. Follow with the Red Flower Coffee Scrub.

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        5.0

        My fave shower product

        By Lynne

        from Phoenix AZ

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        Pros

        • Smells Great
        • Softens Skin

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Use it instead of soap

          Comments about red flower moroccan mint tea silt purifier, 8.8 fl oz:

          This is a great cross between a sugar scrub and a shower gel. The texture is not too "scrubby" but it does the trick and it smells great. I use it everyday. Try it with the Red Flower cardamom amber oil. And amazing combo.

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          5.0

          This is subtle but so ...

          By Joanna

          from Brooklyn, NY

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          Comments about red flower moroccan mint tea silt purifier, 8.8 fl oz:

          This is subtle but so nice. At first I was unimpressed but I kept finding myself thinking of it. Definitely worth a try! The smell is fresh but not in a hit-you-over-the-head way and your skin will feel lovely afterward.

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