Moroccan Rhassoul Clay (Ghassoul Clay)
Rhassoul Clay / Moroccan Clay / Ghassoul Clay | 50g
Origin: Rhassoul Clay (Sometimes called Moroccan Clay or Ghassoul Clay) is a nude coloured clay found in the valleys of Atlas mountains of Morocco, formed as a result of volcanic eruptions. The term “Rhassoul” means “to wash” in Arabic. The people of Morocco have used Rhassoul Clay since the eighth century to cleanse their skin and keep it radiant. Rhassoul Clay is a type of stevensite, a magnesium-rich clay that contains several other minerals. Rhassoul clay, like any other clay, is full of metallic elements that carry a negative charge. This magnetic energy draws out positively charged toxins and bonds to them so that when the clay is washed away, the toxins purportedly go with it.
Suggested Use: While it will still absorb oils from the skin, it is much gentler than many other clays and is typically recommended for more sensitive or dry skin types. Apply a sparely thin layer (mixed with lukewarm water) on skin or hair and rinse well after 5-10 minutes.
- Removes bacteria and toxins from the skin
- Removes excess dirt and sebum
- Reduces skin dryness
- Helps to stimulate collagen production
- Treats dandruff and dry scalp problems
Treats acne and blackheads
- Hydrates and nourishes the skin
- Unclogs and cleanses skin pores
- Unclogs hair follicles
- Enhances skin clarity and hair shine
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