- Tour times: daily, morning or afternoon
- Duration: 3-5 hours
- Price: $170-250
Do you want to plunge into an unforgettable atmosphere of pleasure and bliss of body and soul, to feel harmony with yourself? Then go to rest and relax in the Moroccan baths of Dubai — this is one of the best wellness and recovery programs in the United Arab Emirates, which is in great demand even among the wives of Arab sheikhs.
Moroccan baths are found in some hotels and spas in Dubai (eg Karisma Centre). You can find out more about the location and upcoming trips to the baths at the reception of your hotel or from your guide.
What is a Moroccan bath?
It is also called «hammam», which in Arabic means «warm» or «heat». These are steam baths, reminiscent of the properties and design of the Roman baths that existed many centuries ago. Moroccan baths have a gentle temperature (+40…+50°С) and very low humidity (from 5 to 20%), so they do not cause any risk or harm to the body. It is comfortable to be here, and one breathes very easily and freely, which is the main difference between a hammam and Finnish saunas or Russian baths.
What is included in the price of the visit?
During a visit to the Moroccan bath in Dubai, in addition to visiting the steam room itself, a variety of beauty treatments are also waiting for you.
The visit to the bath begins with the application of a special herbal mask and Moroccan soap based on olive oil to the whole body. The vapors of the bath envelop you, help open the pores and ensure the access of nutrients to the skin. After warming up and cleansing the skin, visitors are given a session of massage and peeling with scrubs, and then rubdown with aromatic oils. Thus, coarsened particles of the upper layer of the dermis are removed, and smooth and beautiful skin remains in their place. At the end of the procedure, a mask with essential oils is applied to the skin and face, thanks to which the complexion and the condition of the hairline improve, dullness and brittleness disappear, the hair becomes shiny and easy to comb.
For an additional fee in the Moroccan bath you can also order:
- haircut and styling;
- eyebrow correction and coloring;
- henna hand painting;
- complexes for facelift and wrinkle removal, etc.
After relaxing in the steam room, you can head to the tea room, swimming pool or jacuzzi. In the salons, there are usually 2 swimming pools (warm with fresh water and cold with sea water), a gym and / or gym, a relaxation room, etc.
The effect of the bath on the body
The beneficial properties of Moroccan baths include the following:
- opening pores and cleansing the skin;
- improvement of complexion and skin tone;
- relaxation of muscles after physical exertion;
- removal of toxins and toxins from the body;
- beneficial effect on the respiratory and digestive systems;
- getting rid of insomnia;
- weight loss;
- improving well-being in the presence of cold symptoms;
- pain reduction;
- mood improvement.
Who can visit Moroccan baths?
This tour is intended mainly for women. Due to the sparing effect on the body, Moroccan baths have practically no contraindications. Therefore, children and the elderly can also visit them without age restrictions. However, if you have chronic diseases or diseases in the acute stage, before planning a trip, be sure to consult your doctor about the possibility of visiting a Moroccan bath.
What to take on a trip?
Since the price of visiting the sauna also includes swimming in the pools, be sure to bring a closed swimsuit with you.
How to get there?
You will be taken to the Moroccan bath in a comfortable air-conditioned car, and then brought back to the hotel.