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Our organic rhassoul (also called ghassoul) is a spa quality mineral-rich clay from Morocco. It is sun-dried and untreated.
It is very gentle on the skin, and great for sensitve and dry skin. This clay is found deep beneath the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Use this for healthy hair and skin.
Benefits of using our organic rhassoul clay:
This clay can be used daily. Perfect for sensitive skin, and for all skin and hair types.
Place desired amount in bowl (about 1 tbsp for one facial application), and add very hot water so that it slightly covers your rhassoul clay. Let it absorb the water from about 5-10 minutes.
For a facial mask you can add rose water as well for anti-inflammatory properties.
Apply the paste onto your damp face and leave it for about 10 minutes. Keep the mud damp with a water spray or simply by applying little water with wet fingers. Rinse your face with warm water. Pat dry, and moisturize with one of our organic oils.
Naturally this the clay draws out excess oils and bacteria, leaving the skin feeling clean, refreshed and nourished. You can also use some rose water on cotton to tighten the pores.
Store any additional or leftover rhassoul clay in a cool, dark place or your fridge.
For hair you can mix the rhassoul clay the same as above, but with more liquid to make it more fluid. You can use this to cleanse and wash your hair directly in your shower. You can also try our Moroccan Clay shampoo bar.
Our Hair recipe: (the proportions of this recipe do depend on how much hair you have. Please adjust as desired)
-1 cup coconut milk, 1 tbsp honey, 1 tbsp marshmallow root, 1 tbsp cocoa powder, 2 tbsp rhassoul clay.
Mix all dry ingredients together, and add warm water until just thickened and absorbed. Allow rhassoul clay to absorb water really well so that it's smooth and creamy. Then add these ingredients slowly together with your liquids (honey, and coconut milk). Mix all of these ingredients very well. Optional, you can add other ayurvedic herbs to this recipe for added benefits). Apply onto your hair in the shower (as it may drip), and leave on for 5-10 minutes. Wash out thoroughly.
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Posted by Tamara on 29th Sep 2015
The Rhassoul clay left my hair feeling clean but not stripped of its natural oils. This clay rejuvenated my curls. I will definitely purchase again.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2015
I use this mainly as a mud wash for my hair. I haven't purchased a bottle of shampoo in over a year. It makes my hair very clean and soft. It's a good detox for my hair also. I love how creamy it is. Henna Sooq, thank you.
Posted by Afrecia Graves on 3rd Nov 2014
I love using this as a cleanser/conditioner. My hair feels soft and looks shiny. My hair is moisterized and never has that dry crispy feeling after using Rhassoul clay.
Posted by Elle on 17th Jun 2013
I'm giving 5 stars even though this is my first rhassoul clay experiment as a hair cleanser/conditioner and as a face and body treatment, because it was wonderful for all three! First, the freshness of the product was awesome, I can really only describe the fragrance as 'fresh' with light floral notes and a hint of...perhaps rosemary. The rhassoul pieces emulsified so well and weren't grainy or coarse, the blend became as smooth as pudding with water and with oil and like a soft, fluffy souffle with heavier oils and creams, exactly like the texture of the finished product sold at Henna Sooq. I'd feel confident purchasing the clay pieces or powder based on how effortlessly the pieces blended. It went on my hair really easily and rinsed out quickly with no residue left behind and my usually dry hair felt moisturized and slippery. On my skin it was a dream, my face and body felt so silky smooth and my face looked radiant and just so clear and plumped, really outstanding and surprising results. I love the effect of the neutral pH and I'm buying more and using it as a weekly skin refiner and hair cleanser and conditioner.
Posted by Farrah, North Carolina on 15th Feb 2013
This Rhassoul clay has been a blessing to me. I have had extremely sensitive skin since I was a child. Most facial cleansers, masks, etc leave me with red, blotchy, irritated,and dry skin. The rhassoul clay leaves with me soft, clear, bright skin. I do add some organic argon oil to my mixture and it is just wonderful. I've been using this since the summer of 2012. My skin is so beautifully toned, I no longer need foundation. I'm now 36 yrs old and started seeing changes in my skin starting in 2011. Since using rhassoul clay I get compliments in the form of being mistaken for being in my early 20s. My skin is tighter, smaller pores, and brighter skin. AMAZING!!! I use this head to toe. My hair loves it and my skin loves it. Get this clay! You will be extremely happy with the results of softer, tighter, more radiant skin.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Dec 2012
My first time using rhassoul clay on my hair and face. I give it 2 thumbs up!!! As a mask I love the way if felt cleaning my face... It was very relaxing for 20 minutes.LoL...
On my hair I mix it with cocoveda oil and left it on overnight it did wonders on my hair. I have heat damaged and I had to cut a lot of my hair so it was so dry and dull I believe this mud put life back into my hair... Afterwards I put my new sweet honey conditioner on.. Great stuff too... I love Hennasooq products. I'm so glad I found them on FB. I will order more... Happy Customer
Posted by kristinc on 21st Nov 2012
I haven't used a clay mask for years because my skin tends to be sensitive and masks (even homemade ones) including bentonite or French clay would irritate my face and leave it red. I tried a sample of this clay and so far it doesn't have as powerful a drying/drawing property as other clays, which means it doesn't leave obvious signs of irritation on my face. It is kind of gritty so if your skin tends to get angry about scrubs, you might want to be careful. But I was able to use it, and a little does go a long way. My face felt very soft. I mixed it with my regular aspirin-honey mask, so I can't really evaluate the effects of the clay by itself but it was useful for thickening the mask without undesirable side effects.
Posted by Mary Jo on 20th Aug 2012
I'm 50, and have used natural products for about four years. I look younger NOW than I did when I was using super expensive, over the counter products five years ago, and I don't need foundation anymore! So if you're on the natural care fence and you're doing some research, let me encourage you to take the plunge, it really works.
Clay-based cleansers have always been part of my skincare routine. This is the first time I've made my own, however, and I'm not going back! The cost is so much less, and I can tailor it to fit the season and my skin's needs; thank you, Henna Sooq! I had such fantastic results with my hair, using a combination of shikakai, amla, brahmi, and brihngraj instead of shampoo, I decided to try this too.
:-) It works :-) better than the premixed stuff I've been using for four years, and it works FAST. Within a week, my skin looks clearer, firmer, and more radiant. I recommend adding rosewater and a few drops of argan oil to your mix, too. Rosewater is amazing stuff and I use it as a toner. I also add other essential oils depending on what's up in my life and with my skin...things like Rosemary, Lavender, Tea Tree Oil, and Orange Oil have lots of benefits for skin and emotional well-being, too. At least they do for me--everyone is different and part of the fun is figuring out what works!
So if you're over 45, with a history of skin problems (my skin: olive toned, very sensitive and oily--acne (yes, still, if I'm stressed), sun damage, acne scars, eczema around my mouth and nose) this may help you: tablespoon of dry clay, a few drops of Rosemary essential oil, a drop or two of Tea Tree oil, and a few drops of Argan oil, and about a tablespoon of Rosewater. Add boiling water, a little more than to cover the clay, it really absorbs a lot. Let it sit for about 10 minutes. This makes enough for my face, chest, and upper arms! So a little really does go a long way. I also need to use a little more hot water than is mentioned in the directions in order to get a good, spreadable consistency; and I dampen my skin before I apply the "goop" so I can get it on my skin easily without pulling it too much.
If I leave it on longer than five minutes, I have to spritz it with water to keep it moist, and it comes off most easily in the shower. Have fun with this, sisters! It's a wonderful way to take care of yourself and the planet, too!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Aug 2012
I love the way this makes my face feel and I didn't realize how far this stuff goes. Why do we buy over the counter products? I just add olive oil and hot water and I'm done. Unfortunately I realize now I'm not getting the full effect of the product because my makeup breaks me out the next morning but not as bad as it once did. If you are not wearing makeup perfect finish just moisturize after.
Posted by Kristen on 31st Jul 2012
I am a Black woman with natural hair. Heard so many things about Rhassoul Clay so I had to try it.
I mixed the clay just as the woman in the video and everything came out just as described. Put on my hair. Was a little hard to detangle, but I will just detangle before next time.
I put a plastic came over my head, towel over that,kept on for an hr. The clay felt a little dry/hard after took off the cap (Don't know how else to descibe it) but don't be alarmed...once the water hit my head the clay became soft and glided out. My hair was soooooooo soft and CURLY! I have never seen my hair so curly! Love this stuff and will continue to use.
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