The Turkish bath also known as hamam is one of the world’s most widely exported ancient customs. Invented during the Roman and Byzantine civilisations, perfected by the Seljuk and Ottoman Turks, the tradition of the Turkish bath is an integral part of Middle-Easte and North African’s culture. Today, men, women and children visit their local hamam weekly to follow the long process of rituals and scrubs to cleanse their bodies and open the pores until the skin is pure and radiates from the outside in.