Aker Fassi

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Aker Fassi

Known in Egypt as the blood of gazelle or Aker Fassi in Moroccan language. It is a Moroccan producer extracted from a red flower called anemones and then grinds after drying.

 

Benefits of gazelle blood – Aker Fassi

·       Used to make the skin on pink color

·       Used as a mask to clean and purify the skin

·       It deals with the problem of cracks of the lips and lightens their color.

·       The hair earns the red gypsy color

·       Used as a mask for the freshness of the skin

 

How to use gazelle blood

Make the skin on pink color

Mix a tablespoon of rose water and ahead of a teaspoon of Aker Fassi and apply on the face as a mask for 20 minutes and then wash with Taouss soap.

 

A mask to clean and purify the skin

Mix two tablespoons of rose water with a head of the teaspoon of Aker Fassi and mix with Moroccan white silt, green Gasol or Moroccan green silt, and apply to the skin as a mask for 15 minutes, then wash face with warm water and soap.

 

For the cracks of the lips and lighten their color

Mix an appropriate amount of Vaseline, Gazelle blood (Aker Fassi) and put on the lips before bedtime. In the morning your lips will become soft pink

 

To dye the hair in red gypsy

Prepared 10 tablespoons henna, lemon juice, 1/4 teaspoon of gazelle blood, boiled water, white of 1 egg, corn oil.

Mix the henna with the Gazelle blood (Aker Fassi) and add the boiling water so that the mixture is between the solid and the liquid. Leave for 30 minutes, and then massage the scalp with corn oil to prevent dry hair. Then add the egg whites to the henna paste with lemon and mix well.

Mix the mixture on the hair and leave for two hours. After that, the hair is rinsed well and the conditioner is used to moisten the hair without using shampoo.

 

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