Rhassoul clay comes from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.
For over a thousand of years this African clay has
been used as a detoxifier for skin and hair.
Unlike Bentonite clay
also known as “Indian Healing Clay”, Rhassoul clay does not contain lead.
Rhassoul clay is full of metallic elements that carry a negative charge.
This magnetic energy draws out positively charged toxins and bonds to them
so that when you wash the clay away, the toxins go with it.
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For Hair: Rhassoul clay contains silica, a component of sand. Natural silica can work as an exfoliant.
Rhassoul clay reduces dryness and removes toxins and product build up. It can cleanse impurities from the scalp as well as excess oil. At the same time, the exfoliating and conditioning properties of rhassoul clay could work to condition hair.
Turmeric is also known to be used as an anti fungal agent. All eight of Turmerics components, including curcumin, are what make turmeric an anti fungal agent.
For Skin: Rhassoul clay is rich in magnesium and potassium which helps fight acne, cleanse impurities, and improve skin elasticity.
Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits. Turmeric helps reduce redness from blemishes and is excellent for acne because it is a natural antiseptic and helps to keep bacteria from spreading.
Warning: DO NOT USE METAL TO MIX MASK. Apply a small patch to skin first to test for any allergic reaction. Avoid contact with eyes. Pulling and tightening of skin may occur...that means it’s working. If you have an allergy to metallic elements like aluminum or magnesium, avoid using rhassoul clay. If you’re prone to psoriasis on your scalp, eczema, or other chronic skin conditions, be careful when using rhassoul clay. It may dry out or inflame your skin if you currently have symptoms.
You should never ingest rhassoul clay internally, for any reason.