Genuine Moroccan Ghassoul Clay - pure - 200g
Pure 100% natural detoxifying ghassoul clay for washing the hair face and body - with Moroccan Lavender Powder
- Use to replace soap, shampoo, conditioner & cleanser.
- The best skin detox, removes impurities
- Improves skin elasticity and firmness
- helps to unblock pores to aid in removing backheads and whiteheads
- helps to remove scalp flakiness
- helps to smooth hair and calm down frizz
- Suits all skin types.
- Reduces dryness
Ghassoul clay (often spelt rhassoul) is prized for its outstanding ability to wash, detoxify, nourish and condition the skin and hair.This lava clay has a naturally high silica content. In nature, clays are used by mammals and birds in the wild all over the world, as well as by early and contemporary humans. In that respect, human skin, even trouble-prone, sensitive and allergy prone skin is well adapted to using clay.
What is ghassoul clay used for?
- Hair Mask
- Face Mask
- Soap / Shower Wash
- Natural Facial Cleanser
- Body Scrub Body Wash
- Gentle Exfoliator
- Facial Care
- Massage Body Wraps,
- Partial Body Wraps
Ghassoul is multi-functional, as as such it great to help you de-clutter bathrooms and ultimately landfill sites of packaging.
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What is ghassoul clay?
100% Montmorillonite (minerals, rare earths and trace elements) from lava deposits. Ghassoul is a 100% natural mineral clay powder formed by natural geothermal processes and volcanic activity.
Nothing has been added to it or taken away.
It soap free and synthetic fragrance free and will not foam or lather.
Pure and naturally organic
Ingredients: Moroccan Ghassoul (rhassoul) Clay, meticulously selected and mined from ancient mineral-rich deposits found deep within the fertile Atlas Mountains
Rhassoul clay is one of the most versatile of natural skin care products, making it a must for your bathroom!.
Using Ghassoul simplifies the daily washing and detoxifying routine, while preventing pollution of our bodies, home environments and the river systems.
Mix Ghassoul clay to a paste (in a glass container) by adding clean water. Let it stand for around 10-15 minutes to rehydrate. Ideally you are looking for a consistancy of double cream. It is best to use a non reactive container - such as glass or an unglased ceramic bowl, as the adsorptive properties of clay could draw in toxins from the container. You could use a small kilner tupe jar or a Miron glass bowl with a lid.
Only a very little is needed to wash with, so it is extremely economical to use.