The tradition of the Hammam
The tradition of the Hammam dates back to the ottoman empire state. It is a ritual where the body undergoes a full mind and body cleanse. The Hammam is a warm environment that allows the muscles to relax and promotes a restful state for the body. The hot steam facilitates the opening of the pores, this is when the silk mitt (kese) plays its vital role in removing the dead skin build-up within seconds. By removing the dead skin, this reveals a fresh layer of glowing skin. These famous Turkish silk mitts have taken their place among the secrets of the beauty ritual of the Ottoman women, and now you can experience this in the comfort of your bathroom.