This untreated and naturally dried clay has a silk-like feel and can help even out skin tone and reduce blemishes. It has the unique ability to both nourish skin and reduce breakouts and many people use it daily as a natural soap and shampoo. In fact, clinical studies and testing on Rhassoul clay found that it can increase skin elasticity, unclog pores, pulls out impurities and toxins, there by improving circulation and making your skin feel so soft and supple. Also helps to even out skin tone, reduces skin dryness. It is the perfect multi benefit mask for face & skin!
In general, Rhassoul can be used like any other healing clay. Some of the ways I’ve personally tried it are:
Face Mask:The simplest use for Rhassoul clay is as a face mask. It can be mixed with water or something like rose water to form a silky paste. This paste can be brushed or rubbed onto the face and left to dry before washing off. Your face will feel so smooth and rejuvenated.
Hair Mask: I mixed 1 tablespoon Rhassoul clay into 1/4 cup of water to make a thin mixture that pour onto my hair and massage in. For hair, it is important not to let the mixture dry as it can contribute to hair breakage if it hardens. I prefer to massage into hair in the shower and leave for about 30 seconds before washing out.
Rhassoul Clay is sourced from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and is often used in spas for skin and hair. It is a high-quality soothing clay for external use that stores indefinitely if kept dry
I tried this product not knowing what the heck the results would be. Oh my gosh, I love the way my face and neck feel after, it's like a pick me up for my face my skin felt so smooth and pulp . I use it 3 to 4 times a week you gotta try this it is amazing!Unknown
10th Dec 2017