Moroccan Rhassoul Red Clay Mask

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Mined in Morocco, this red clay is also known as Rhassoul clay. It can be used for oily skin - and hair too. 

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Mined in Morocco, this red clay is also known as Rhassoul clay. It can be used for oily skin - and hair too. 

While by itself it’s pretty gentle, it can also be a powerful exfoliant when mixed with things like pumice, oatmeal, salt and sugar. 

Like some of the other clays, it’s negatively charged and can pull out positively charged toxins from the body.

Traditional use

  • Treats blackheads by drying them out and pulling them to the surface (in part due to its high negative charge)
  • Removes oils from the pores and tightens them• Smooths skin texture
  • Improves the firmness of the skin
  • Improved skin elasticity
  • Improved skin clarity, very effective as an acne treatment
  • Reduces dryness with consistent use (2-3 times a week)
  • Pulls toxins from the skin• Exfoliates and cleanses the skin
  • Removes dead skin cells
  • Skin Type – Normal, dry, or oily skin with lots of blackheads, acne prone skin

How to use

  • Face Mask – Mix with water or diluted apple cider vinegar to create an amazing face mask for acne prone skin and for removing stubborn blackheads
  • Face Scrub – Before rinsing away the mask, get the it wet with warm water and use your finger to exfoliate the skin with it in small circular motions
  • Hair Mask – Dilute 1 TB of Moroccan red clay with 1/4-1/2 cup of water or diluted apple cider vinegar. Pour into your hair, allow it to sit for a moment, then rinse thoroughly
  • Full Body Mask – for intense spa days, apply the clay to the entire body to detox

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