Clay or Mud based masks are great for balancing out oily or acne-prone skin. Some clays, muds and oils have been found to help (not cure) skin conditions such as: psoriasis, eczema, acne, shingles and dermatitis.
Recipe ideas are included with this clay powder. There is enough powder to make approximately 7 facial mask if you use 1 teaspoon of clay per mask.
Rhassoul Clay or Ghassoul
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Useful on oily, tired and sensitive skin. It contains higher levels of magnesium, potassium and calcium. Commonly used for spa and bath soaks as this clay is thought to be detoxifying to the skin due to the naturally high levels of minerals found in the clay. All Natural. Cosmetic Grade.
Physical Form: Pale Yellow/Tan Powder
Solubility: Dispersible in Oil and Water.
Country of Origin: United States
This clay is a mineral rich, yellowish/beige clay powder that blends extremely well with water and is considered swelling clay because of its great capacity to absorb liquids quickly. This volcanic clay contains a high percentage of magnesium plus silica, potassium, calcium, iron, copper, zinc and lithium.
For greasy hair or hair which lacks volume and thickness, you can make a simple hair mask by adding warm water to Rhassoul and applying it throughout your hair, rinse after 15 or 20 minutes until the water runs clear. This mask will also give the hair shine.