Rhassoul Clay Cosmetic Powder for Face Mask, Skin or Hair ~ 50 grams
External use only
RECOMMENDED SHELF LIFE
Under proper storage conditions clay may store indefinitely.
A truly exquisite spa quality clay from ancient deposits unearthed from the fertile Atlas Mountains in Morocco. This mineral rich clay blends extremely well with water or Rose Water or even Orange Blossom water, making its application to the face and skin a smooth and delightful experience. Rhassoul clay has been used for over 1400 years as a soap, shampoo, and skin conditioner, and the finest spas across the world currently utilize it for its therapeutic benefits.
Rhassoul clay is quarry mined from deep beneath the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco. It is sun dried and untreated. When first mined, Rhassoul clay appears as a polished brown, soap-like clay, which is chunky in appearance and resembling rocks. After further refinement and micronization, the end product is a smooth almost silken earth.
Because Rhassoul can be used for a variety of professional applications, it is an invaluable enhancement for spa treatments and for personal use. As Rhassoul is considered to contain higher percentages of silica and magnesium than other clays, it is thought to be far more effective. Also, due to its greater ability to swell with the addition of water, Rhassoul achieves better results in skin treatment.
Try this simple recipe from Beautymunsta
DIY Rhassoul Clay Face Mask for Soft, Smooth Skin
What you need
1 tsp Argan oil
1 tbsp Rhassoul clay
1 tsp raw honey
Enough organic rose water to form a paste
4 drops lavender essential oil
Small non-metal mixing bowl & spoon
Place 1 tablespoon of Rhassoul clay into your bowl.
Add the Argan oil, raw honey and lavender essential oil.
Now add enough rose water to your mixture to form a smooth and semi-thick paste. Your paste should not be drippy.
Your DIY rhassoul clay face mask is ready!
To use, take it to the bathroom sink with you and scoop up some from the bowl using clean fingers. Gently apply it all over your face in a thick coat. Avoid the area around your eyes and mouth.
After application, wait for 5 minutes for the mask to do its magic, then rinse off with tepid water.
Pat your face dry, tone and moisturize