The Rasul thermal mud treatment is a traditional Arabian inspired cleansing treatment that combines the health enhancing properties of heat, steam and mud for a totally relaxing and skin conditioning treatment in a magical and sensory private environment with twinkling lights and aromatic vapours. Benefits of a Rasul
The Rasul thermal mud treatment is a traditional Arabian inspired cleansing treatment that combines the health enhancing properties of heat , steam and mud for a totally relaxing and skin conditioning treatment in a magical and sensory private environment with twinkling lights and aromatic vapours.
When guests arrive we talk them through the treatment , then, wearing either swimwear or disposable underwear, clients shower before going into the chamber where there is a bowl of salt scrub and a bowl of mud .
One of our favourite spa experiences, the Rasul treatment is an ancient Arabic bathing ritual that dates backs hundreds of years, combining heat and steam to draw our impurities and remove dead skin cells. A Rasul treatment uses mineral-rich mud along with heat and steam to target all five senses.
Mud baths may contain minerals like sulfur, zinc, magnesium, and bromine that are said to: Draw out impurities from the skin. Exfoliate dead skin cells. Relax sore muscles and joints.
Rhassoul Mud Treatment It is known to improve skin texture, softness and elasticity whilst detoxifying and drawing out impurities. Our Rhassoul experience takes place in a private mosaicked steam chamber where Black Soap, Shea Butter and pots of Rhassoul mud await you.
Things like Jacuzzis, heated mud wraps, saunas and steam rooms – basically the treatments that result in your body temperature rising significantly – are indeed off limits. This is because when your skin heats up, blood is drawn away from the placenta putting you and your baby at risk.
Well the answer is yes. You will be happy to know that the mud bath is sterilized after each use. This is usually done by adding boiling water to the mud for 15 mins and then draining it away after each mud bath is taken. The mud is also often raked and new mud is added after each visit.
Mud baths are heated to 100-102 degrees F , which helps to invigorate circulation. Most mud baths contain a mixture of hot spring water and volcanic ash.
A mud bath is not for you if: If you’re sensitive to odors, Calistoga mineral water has a high sulfur content. In plain words, it smells like rotten eggs. If you’re claustrophobic: you may feel uncomfortable being submerged up to your neck in gooey, black mud .
The minerals in mud are highly effective for absorbing oil and for toning the skin . Mud is often used to detoxify and tone skin and is used as an anti-inflammatory agent for skin disorders. Although natural mud masques are not ideal for exfoliation, they are very beneficial to those who suffer from acne or oily skin .
Science tells us that healthy mud , or wet soil, is rich with minerals and other nutrients, alive with worms, fungi, and bacteria, and all of their by-products. It has been used for cleansing and healing rituals for millennia.