If you've not heard of Rhassoul before (it's sometimes called Ghassoul), it's amazing stuff. It's a volcanic clay from Morocco that's been used for thousands of years for its' skin softening and soothing properties. It's the mud that's used in those very expensive spa body wraps, and it leaves skin looking and feeling fantastic. You can use it as a face pack, as a marvellous bath soak and most spectacularly, to wash hair with ( but be warned as it creates volume and bounciness of epic proportions!).
Rhassoul behaves in a very special way when it comes into contact with water. It forms a gel-like consistency, and it cleans skin gently and without effecting the natural balance of oils on the skin’s surface. So, it is perfect for those with very sensitive skins, but particularly for people who suffer with psoriasis. Far from being just a beauty treatment, it has soothing properties that make it perfect to soothe itching and help to very gently soften the plaquing that occurs in a bad attack of psoriasis.
Full instructions for use are attached to the back of the packet, but to give you an idea, one bag should make roughly 10 face packs, at least five hair washes or 3 really good bath soaks. A nice addition would be a couple drops of your favourite essential oil too - rose would be great in a face pack, and a couple drops of your favourite oil added to the mix would make it really special.
Rhassoul clay (Moroccan lava clay). ( Montmorillomite)
Packaging; Paper bag 150mm by 110mm.