Moroccan Soap Mixtures for Whitening the Body

If you have dark skin, it can be a struggle to find any products which will help you even though there are many available on the market.

Moroccan Soap Mixtures for Whitening the Body

 Moroccan soap mix for whitening:

This mixture is used to lighten the skin during a Moroccan bath, specifically before rubbing the body with the Moroccan loofah. 

You can prepare the Moroccan soap mixture for whitening with the following steps:

the ingredients:

  • Crushed lupine.
  • crushed chickpeas.
  • ground oats.
  • Crushed lavender.
  • white henna
  • Indian clay or any other type of clay available.
  • 2 tablespoons of turmeric for the body.
  • 1 teaspoon of deer blood (Aker Fassi).
  • 1 tablespoon of Moroccan Nile.
  • 2 tablespoons of Moroccan soap.
  • ½ large lemon.
  • A small amount of rose water.


Bring a clean and sterilized plastic box, and put in it equal amounts of Indian clay, ground lupine, ground oats, ground chickpeas, ground lavender, and white henna.

Mix the previous ingredients with body turmeric, Moroccan indigo, and deer blood, and keep them inside the box.

When making a Moroccan bath, put a tablespoon of the mixture of dry ingredients in a deep bowl, and add Moroccan soap, fresh lemon juice, and rose water to it.

Mix the ingredients well.

Spread the mixture all over your body, and leave it for 10 minutes.

Wash your body with warm water, then rub it with the Moroccan loofah. 

Moroccan soap and Sidr mixture:

Moroccan Dalka consists of Sidr added to Moroccan soap and some other ingredients that together create an effective mixture in renewing skin cells 

maintaining their health, and delaying the appearance of wrinkles, in addition to whitening the skin 

unifying its color, and lightening dark spots in it. So we show you how to prepare a mixture of Moroccan soap and Sidr in detail:

the ingredients:

  • 1 cup of ground sugar.
  • 1 cup of Moroccan soap.
  • ¼ cup of bitter almond oil.
  • 1 can of milk salt.
  • 1 ½ cups of raw shea butter.
  • 1 tablespoon of henna.
  • 1 tablespoon of tahini sauce.


Mix the Sidr powder with the Moroccan soap gel well until you get a homogeneous mixture.

Add the bitter almond oil to the previous mixture and mix the ingredients together well.

Add the milk salt and stir the ingredients well.

Heat the shea butter in a water bath until it melts, but avoid getting it too hot.

If you notice that the texture of the mixture is liquid, add a little Sidr to it until it becomes coherent.

Leave the mixture aside until it cools down.

Store the mixture in a clean, airtight container.

Take an appropriate amount of the mixture, enough for your entire body.

Add a tablespoon of henna and a tablespoon of tahini sauce to the previous mixture and mix well.

Close the toilet outlets (bathroom) well.

Fill a large bowl with hot water and put the Moroccan loofah in it.

Open the hot water faucet until the bathtub is filled with hot water and steam rises from it, and the bathroom becomes similar to a sauna room; To promote the opening of skin pores.

Sit in the water for 30 minutes when it becomes warm and less hot.

Spread the mixture all over your body, with a circular massage.

Leave the mixture on your body for 15 minutes.

Wash your body with warm water.

Take another amount of the mixture to rub your body with.

Leave the mixture on your body for 10 minutes.

During the waiting period, rub the heels of your feet using a special tool or stone.

After the ten minutes are over, wash your body with hot water, then cold water; To ensure that the skin pores are closed well.

Rub your skin in circular motions with the Moroccan loofah until you get rid of dead cells.

Wash your body and then pat it dry.

Moisturize your skin with olive oil or rose water. 

Moroccan soap mix with turmeric:

Turmeric works to lighten the skin and increase its freshness, especially when used with Moroccan soap, which is famous for its ability to remove dead skin. 

Therefore, we present to you the method of making the Moroccan soap mixture with turmeric and how to use it to whiten the body and unify the skin color:

the ingredients:

  • 1 grated peacock bar of soap.
  • ½ cup of liquid milk.
  • 2 tablespoons of cornstarch.
  • 1 tablespoon of turmeric.
  • 2 tablespoons of Moroccan soap.


Put the grated peacock soap with the milk and starch in a saucepan over the fire.

Keep stirring the mixture until you get a thick and somewhat heavy texture, then turn off the heat and set the pot aside.

Add turmeric and Moroccan soap to the mixture and mix well.

Spread the mixture on your body and leave it for 30 minutes.

Remove the mixture from your body using the Moroccan loofah.

Keep the mixture in the refrigerator until you use it again.


Moroccan soap mixtures can be used on the body internally and externally to whiten the skin. 

Using this homemade formula is a very good solution to get a white skin tone during the summertime when we expose our bodies to the scorching heat of the sun.

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