- Tighten, soothe, even tone, and improve moisture!
- Rhassoul is an excellent exfoliant! By removing dead skin layers, rhassoul clay helps to reduce skin dryness and improve skin clarity.
- Perfect for making your own soaps, shampoos, facial/hair/body masks and skin conditioners.
- Naturally occurring saponins, soap like factors, gently cleanse the skin without stripping it of natural oils.
Rhassoul is a high-quality, soothing clay. It's often used in spas for skin and hair for its silk-like feel and its unique ability to nourish skin, reduce breakouts and blackheads, increase skin elasticity, even skin tone, and improve skin moisture.
Rhassoul clay powder can be used as a facial cleanser, mask, scrub, hair mask, and full body mask! Simply mix with water, your preferred hydrosol, or even milk to form a silky paste. Add your own additives and create a customized spa treatment at home!
Rhassoul clay benefits not only the skin but also the hair and can be used as a shampoo substitute. Dry scalp is a problem for many people, but the cleansing, hydrating, and exfoliating properties of rhassoul clay can help remove flakes and keep them away.
Rhassoul is rich in minerals which improve skin softness and tone for a more youthful appearance. Rhassoul has a higher silica and magnesium content than other clays, making it especially good for skin. With its high negative charge, Rhassoul's drawing action makes it an ideal all-purpose natural cleanser that won’t strip skin of beneficial oils.
Also called Ghassoul Clay, Red Clay, and Red Moroccan Clay, Rhassoul clay is sourced specifically from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. It is formed by a natural combination of volcanic activity and geothermal changes. Rhassoul Clay is for external use and, when kept dry, stores indefinitely!
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WHAT A MASK! I use this as a mask, my skin was so soft and smooth. Works great for all skin types
I love this clay, which is the principle ingredient in a facial cleanser that I make, including four tablespoons of clay, enough boiled water to make a paste, and one half teaspoon of jojoba oil. The mixture is a gentle exfoliant and cleans well without the dry feeling that soap creates. I know little to nothing about Resurrection Beauty, but I've been buying its products for a couple of years, and find it to be extremely reliable and its products high quality. Its own recipes are stellar.