Rhassoul Mask Clay
This clay is quarry mined from deep beneath the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco. It is sun-dried and untreated. When first mined, Rhassoul clay appears as a polished brown, soap-like clay, which is chunky in appearance and resembling rocks. After further refinement and micronization, the end product is a smooth almost silken earth. The clay contains silicon, Magnesium, iron, sodium, potassium, lithium, and trace elements.
Because Rhassoul can be used for a variety of professional applications, it is an invaluable enhancement for spa treatments and for personal use. As Rhassoul is considered to contain higher percentages of silica and magnesium than other clays, it is thought to be far more effective. Also, due to its greater ability to swell with the addition of water, Rhassoul achieves better results in skin treatment.
Directions: Simply place a small amount of day within the palm and add water to desired consistency. Work into a paste and apply to face. Allow drying for 15- 30 minutes. When dried, rinse thoroughly with water, pat dry, and feel good. Can mix with other ingredients, it can be used as a facial scrub. Such ingredients include oats, almonds, and essential oils.
Precaution: External use only. Be sure to consult a doctor before you use it if you have a skin disease.