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All products are handcrafted and developed, fresh in small batches, in the USA by a Certified Clinical Aromatherapist and Master Herbalist using natural and organic ingredients.
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Absolutely NO chemicals, NO preservatives, and NO artificial fragrances or colors.
Today we are highlighting one of those special ingredients. Rhassoul Clay.
Rhassoul Clay (Red Moroccan Clay):
Rhassoul Clay is a brown colored cosmetic clay. It is naturally occurring and found in the ancient lake beds of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. It has a rich mineral content such as magnesium, silica, potassium, and calcium. It has been utilized all over the world in spas and soaps, skincare and haircare products for its therapeutic benefits.
Rhassoul Clay use may help reduces redness, improves complexion, firm the skin, helps maintain natural skin oil balance making it useful for dry or flaky skin. It is also a gentle exfoliator and good for all skin types.
If you've never used Rhassoul Clay there simple ways to start using it in your routine to start utilizing the benefits of this amazing clay!
Ways to incorporate Rhassoul Clay into your skincare routine:
Face Mask: Combine enough water and Rhassoul Clay to make a paste thin enough to spread on the face. You can substitute rose water or your favorite hydrosol for the water.
- Soap: Puro Co. Rhassoul Face Bar Soap uses a combination of Rhassoul Clay, argan oil, and skin-loving essential oils for the face, including petitgrain, lavender, tea tree, and carrot seed oil. This bar is soothing, cleansing, and calming to the skin making it great for sensitive or aging skin.
Precautions when using Rhassoul Clay:
Use caution with Rhassoul Clay is you are sensitive to magnesium or other metallic elements.
If you have inflamed skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema or chronic skin conditions use caution with Rhassoul Clay as it can draw impurities and oils out of the skin and may cause these inflammatory skin conditions to dry out.
Discontinue use if you notice and inflammation or dry itchy skin after use.
Rhassoul Clay should never be used internally.
The information in this article is meant for educational purposes only. Not to be used in place of medical advice.
Have you ever used, Rhassoul Clay? How do you use it?
Let us know in the comments your favorite way to use Rhassoul Clay.