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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Zakia's Morocco Beauty Review and Giveaway

A couple of days ago, I received an awesome product from Zakia´s Morocco The Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask

 The Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask is a natural and organic clay mined in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, and contains 100% pure Ghassoul. This product is an exceptional exfoliating and detoxifying mask that will leave your skin smooth.

Fist I have to say that I was really excited to review this brand because, a couple of weeks ago a friend was telling me about this awesome brand of natural products named Zakia's Morocco, so I was excited to the get the chance to try it.

The mask is perfect if you want your face to feel smooth and flawless. You must apply it and let it dry before taking it off. I totally recommend using it once a week for a perfect look. I try it on my face, body and hair, and I love that is 100% natural.

I love how my skin felt and looked after removing the mask, it felt tighter and clean and it look a little smoother. Also mix a small amount of powder in your favorite shampoo, wash and rinse. Super cleansing!

The Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask comes in a powder form, which means you have to mix it with water to get the right consistency. It was easy to mix and to apply.

Head over to and Use the code ZMBLOG-79 to get 20% off your order within the next 30 days! Zakira's Morocco is also Giving away 10 Gift Certificate of $50 each. This review was Powered by BrandBacker

About Zakira's Morocco

Zakia's Morocco is dedicated to beauty and  wellness of our friends and loyal customers.  Our beauty line is based upon ancient beauty treatments handed down over the centuries from Moroccan women to their daughters.

My native country of Morocco is well known for the art of the Hammam and Oriental beauty treatments. We are a privately owned and managed, family run business with operations in Morocco, France and the United States. We are majority owned by women.  We created this business after many discussions with friends, colleagues, family and others all of whom have one thing in common.  We are all looking for products of superior quality, that are safe to use, safe for the environment and even  provide social benefits.  Zakia's Morocco with our focus on Argan Oil production is able to do all this and more. 

Moroccan Argan Oil is being called nature's anti-aging skin product.  Indeed, it is so versatile it can be used for skin, hair, nails and even a delicious culinary delight.  Interestingly, Argan Oil is produced almost solely by women's cooperatives in Morocco and when purchasing this product you are directly assisting with the empowerment of local women groups.  The region is also protected under UNESCO as the Argan forest is slowly shrinking with the encroachment of the desert and other environmental stresses.   The trees are considered endangered and thus efforts are being taken to stave off the destruction of these ancient tree.  Visit our Argan Oil Properties page where we reference Wikipedia's extensive description of the history of this fascinating and ancient tree.  

Argan oil is expensive as most of the production process consists of women manually grinding the nuts into an oily paste and then extracting the oil.  This is a slow and time consuming process that the Berber women do by hand and in small groups. The selling of the product is coordinated by the cooperatives and sold through local markets.  

We are extremely proud of our employees who work tirelessly to ensure that our customers receive the very best advice and service. This is our mantra. We know that there are many other on-line and retail stores from which to buy products. However, we firmly believe that no one provides better or more helpful service. We are confident that you will think so too.

By supporting Zakia's Morocco, you are helping empower women, protecting the Argan forest, while preserving your wellness.
We hope you enjoy Zakia's Morocco.

              **Please note: We have received a free product to review, but the opinions expressed above are 100% ours.

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