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Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipes
Any good spa seeker will tell you that a Moroccan Hamman is an art really. Often found in a turkish bath or sauna and deeply rejuvenating.
A Moroccan Hamman often includes steaming, followed by an exfoliation and full body mud wrap.
We might not be able to travel to Morocco to experience this exquisite ancient, but we can enjoy an at home version.
Enjoy a hot steamy bath along with one of the best rhassoul clay face mask recipes below for a slice of a moroccan tradition.
Just some of the benefits of Rhassoul include:
- detoxifies the skin by removing chemicals and heavy metals from your skin.
- adsorbs excess oil and aids with ongoing sebum production
- helps to remove impurities found in your pores
- fights acne and pimples
- reduces dryness and flakiness
If you have tried Rhassoul Clay before or already have some, our assortment pack gives you the option to try other types of clay. Bentonite clay, rhassoul clay, and french green clay are the 3 other clays in our multipack. Click here to get it on amazon.
Rhassoul clay really is one of my favorite clays.
When people ask, what’s the best “everything” clay.
My answer is always Rhassoul.
And you don’t have to get fancy with your mask recipe, you can simply mix Rhassoul Clay with filtered water.
A simple Rhassoul Recipe is:
- 1 ½ tsp of clay
- 1 ½ tsp of water
Another one of my favorite ways to use Rhassoul is also with a hair mask. I have a lovely hair mask with Argan Oil Recipe I will be posting very soon!
Ready to take a recipe for a test drive?
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If you still have questions about clay masks, it’s likely it’s one of our FAQ clay series.
Disclaimer: Our content does not constitute a dermatologist or medical advice.
Which rhassoul face mask was your favorite? Leave a comment below! Your feedback inspires me to keep creating 🙂