For a facial treatment, place desired amount of clay in bowl (about 1 tbsp for one facial application and 50 grams for shoulder length hair), and slowly add very hot distilled water and mix as you add water. The clay will slowly absorb the water. If it gets too runny add more clay. For a facial mask you can add rose water as well for anti-inflammatory properties as well.
Apply the paste onto your damp skin and leave it for about 10-15 minutes. Rinse your face with warm water. Pat dry, and moisturize with our Moroccan Rose Water and Moroccan Argan Serum.
Store any additional or leftover rhassoul clay in a cool, dark place or your fridge for up to 2-3 days.
For hair you can mix Moroccan Rhassoul clay the same as the face treatment but with more liquid to make it slightly more fluid. You can use this to cleanse and wash your hair directly in your shower. Gently rub and apply from scalp to ends to cleanse with gentle manipulation so as to not tangle hair. Then rinse out with our Cleansing CoWash. Moisturize, dry and style as usual.
Rhassoul 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 Moroccan 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 10-15 minutes. Wash out thoroughly using our Cleansing CoWash. Then moisturize, dry and style as usual.