In the book 'The Rulings of Ghusl' by 'Aadil bin Mubaarak al-Mutayraat it mentions that:
"The complete Ghusl:
Is what is related textually from the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) and it contains ten matters:
1) The intention 2) Saying Bismillah 3) Washing the hands three times 4) Washing off the impurities (off the private parts) 5) Wudhu 6) Pouring water over the head three times down to the roots of the hairs 7) It is recommended to rub the roots of the hair (with wet fingers) on the head and the beard before pouring water over it. [Al-Mughnee 1/132] 8) Pouring water over all of the body 9) Starting with the right side and rubbing the body with the hand 10)Leave the area of the Ghusl and wash the feet."
For this the author brings Ahadeeth that are mutafakun alaih. WAllahu ta'ala a'lam
In actuality, this is not a du'aa (as such) but rather it is a verbal 'intention' devised by the Muslims who were not satisfied with what Allaah revealed to His Prophet, salawaatullaahe wa salaamuhu alaihe!
Thank you Abu Mariam for the summary points of the complete ghusl. My question is with regards the fifth point which is wudhu. When making wudhu during the ghusl does one include the washing of the feet or do we leave the feet until we have completed the ghusl and departed from the ghusl area. If we leave the feet until the end, is it a condition that the body must remain wet? What do we do if the body becomes dry and we are still in the process of making ghusl, do we repeat the wudhu once we're finished the ghusl? I hope these questions are clear.