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- October 23, 2018
- Moroccan Rhassoul Clay Quotes
“what makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince
“what makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well”
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay – the best clay for all tkin types
For me, clay masks are a seasonal thing.
I use them a lot in summer when my skin stubbornly insists on pumping out more oil than it needs (so annoying!). The last thing I wanna do is deal with pimples, so I soak up all that excess with a clay mask before it can do any damage (you know, breakouts and all that).
But in winter my skin gets dry. There’s not even a tiny drop of excess oil to be seen anywhere. Ok, maybe there is one tiny one on my forehead, but not enough to justify the use of a clay mask. Clays can be terribly drying and I don’t want to make things worse.
But, lately, I’ve come across a type of clay that I can use all year round. It does the oil-absorbing job like all the other types of clays, of course, BUT it also moisturizes skin.
I’m talking about Moroccan Rhassoul Clay. Moroccan Ghassoul Clay
WHAT THE HECK IS Moroccan Rhassoul Clay?
Rhassoul clay goes by many names:
Like you’ve probably figured out already, it has a reddish brown colour and comes directly from the lake beds of the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.
Moroccan women have used it to take care of their skin and hair for centuries with wonderful results. So, the anecdotal evidence is there.
But, what does the science says?
The best clay for skin? Rhassoul. It absorbs excess oil and moisturizes skin too.
WHAT DOES Moroccan Rhassoul Clay DO FOR THE SKIN (AND HAIR)?
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay can be used as a facial mask, cleanser and even shampoo. What makes it so special?
It’s unique mineral composition. Moroccan Rhassoul Clay is made up of:
Magnesium: strengthens the skin’s barrier and helps repair skin
Silica: involved in the production of collagen, it helps firm and moisturize skin
Stevensite: has powerful anti-irritants and anti-inflammatory properties that soothe skin.
These minerals make Moroccan Rhassoul Clay a beauty superhero that can:
Absorb excess oil and other impurities
Moisturize skin, making it softer and smoother
Help wounds heal faster
Soothe irritations, psoriasis and even dandruff
Cleanse skin and hair
Make hair easier to detangle and style
It’s quite the multi-tasker, isn’t it?
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay is gentler than other types of clays, like bentonite. But there’s always the tiny chance it could bother sensitive skin.
It’s called sensitive for a reason, after all.
If you’ve always avoided clay masks cos of their drying factor, give Moroccan Rhassoul Clay a go. It’s a multi-tasker that cleanses, soothes and moisturizes. You can even use it as shampoo!
Have you ever tried Moroccan Rhassoul Clay before? Share your fave use for it in the comments below.
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