Natural Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipe
Another wonder from Morocco, this rhassoul clay mask recipe has been used for over 12 centuries and is rich in magnesium, silica, potassium and calcium. It is used to clean hair and skin, help regulate sebum imbalances, fights hair flakes and will leave your hair soft and shiny….
This Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipe is definitely one of my favorite secret beauty recipe from north Africa!
Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipe You can also use this rhassoul clay mask recipe on your face as a cleanser, simple put it on your face, scrub gently and massage your skin and rinse after a few minutes while the mask is still wet. It is very gentle and does not disrupt the sebum of your skin. I personally use it every other day on my face by wetting the clay with a little bit of water in he palm of my hand, while in the shower. Can’t get any easier than that !
If you have oily skin, remove the olive oil and just use the rhassoul clay and water or aloe vera.
If you have sensitive skin, remove the lemon which can be too harsh on delicate skin.
When you buy rhassoul clay, beware of imitation and make sure it is quarry mined, sun dried and untreated. The only place rhassoul clay can be found is in Morocco so check the origin of the clay on the label before buying.
Rhassoul Clay Hair Mask Ingredients:
3 tablespoons of Rhassoul clay from morroco (beware of imitations!)
1 tablespoon of liquid honey
½ freshly squeezed lemon juice
3 tablespoons of warm (not hot) water
Mix honey, lemon juice and warm water first then add to the Rhassoul clay in a ceramic or glass bowl until it forms a thick and smooth paste.
Apply on wet hair and massage your scalp and hair thoroughly and let the mask sit for 10 minutes.
Shampoo if necessary.
PS: Rhassoul clay can dry hair; to protect your hair, I suggest using a little bit of olive or jojoba oil on the ends before you apply the mask.
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