Rhassoul Clay

Rhassoul Clay

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The people of Morocco have been using Rhassoul Clay for over 1400 years to cleanse their skin and keep it looking radiant. Its fame spread to use by Roman and Egyptian nobility who used it as a skin conditioner, as a soap and as a shampoo.


Rhassoul is rich in minerals, has a silky-smooth texture, and is known for its unmatched ability to absorb impurities. It cleanses deeply, clearing pores and tightening skin without harsh scrubs or chemicals. The high concentration of minerals helps replenish depleted minerals in your skin, resulting in a firmer, plumper, and more even-toned complexion.


Clinical testing has shown Rhassoul to be effective in improving skin elasticity, unclogging pores, and removing dead skin cells and excess surface oils. It can also be used as a scalp treatment to absorb oil, dirt and sebum and cleanse and clarify hair. No natural beauty tool kit should be without this fabulous clay!

    • Suggested Use

      Hydrate clay by adding 1-2 parts warm water with 3 parts clay (Adjust water to get desired thickness).


      Do not use metal with this clay!


      As mask:

      • Apply hydrated clay evenly to face and neck.
      • Allow to dry 5-15 minutes (Less time for dry skin more time for oily skin).
      • To remove, use a warm wet washcloth to soften the dry clay before gently washing off or simply shower it off.


      As a Soap:

      • Apply hydrated clay.
      • Gently massaging a thin paste over the skin.
      • Rinse.

      Optionally, you can combine clay with a finely ground herb at a ratio of 2 parts clay to 1 part herb. Suggested herbs include chamomile, calendula, lavender, and neem. Or instead of herbs, add other powders such as milk powder, citrus peel powder, and oatmeal powder.


      As a Shampoo:

      • Apply hydrated clay to hair and scalp.
      • Comb through to distribute clay.
      • Rinse thoroughly.
      • Comb through again and rinse again.