Moroccan Ghassoul Clay is a natural mineral clay mined in the Atlas Mountain of Morocco since the eighth century. It is combined with water to clean the body and has been used by North African women for centuries to care for their skin and hair. Ghassoul contains silica, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, lithium, and trace elements
It’s very negatively charged and most toxins in your skin are positively charged, so this clay is the perfect magnet for sopping up all those impurities—sebum plugs, blackheads, and oil around hair follicles. It doesn’t, however, leave you dry because of its elasticity and texture-improving effects.
Rhassoul is used as a facial mask and poultice to the body. It is intended to soften the skin, reduce sebum secretion, regenerate the skin by removing dead cells, and rebalance the skin by tightening the pores
Moroccan ghassoul clay is also used for hair washing. It is a suggested substitution for shampoo. Moreover ghassoul is useful for dandruff prevention and head skin nurturance. It is recommended to be used with natural oils or use oils after washing your head.
Moroccan ghassoul clay can be used on greasy hair twice a week, and once a week on dry hair. It will not affect the color of dyed hair.
- Exfoliates Dead Cells
- Purifies & Deeply Cleanses Pores
- Reduces Excess Oily Skin
- Softens Rough & Tough Skin
- Tightens Large Pores
- Fights Dandruff
- Acts as a Natural Shampoo
- Conditions & Detangles Hair
- Detoxifies Skin
- Soothes Skin Irritations