Dilke, like KURKUM , is a traditional body scrub popularly used by the Sudanese and subsequently, Northern Nigerian brides to be; but this time with a slight difference.
While kurkum is a mild scrub, dilke is an intensely exfoliating and very concentrated scrub.
As a result, it is used just twice a week. Used together with kurkum, dilke leaves your skin soft, glowing and fragranced.
Dilke and Kurkum constitute a major part of the traditional treatment during the 'gyran jiki' or beautification phase of the wedding preparations.
Neni Naturals Dilke Scrub ingredients including sorghum, Sudanese attar oil and spice blends.
- Scoop 2 tablespoons of dilke from the container
- Add a little water to make the scrub less thick.
- Gently scrub all over your body concentrating on rougher/darker areas such as the elbows, knees and buttocks.
- Leave for 30 mins.
- Wash off with soap and water
For best results, use with Neni Naturals Kanuri Kurkum Traditional Body Scrub.
Use twice a week.
~ Neni ~