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100% Pure Moroccan Ghassoul LAVA Clay


As roots steeped deep in history. Discovered and mined deep underneath the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, Ghassoul has been used for well over 1400 years as a soap, facial cleanser, and shampoo.

This spa quality mask contains a plethora of rich minerals that only the Atlas Mountains can produce. Made from Moroccan Lava Clay, the fine contents are extracted and transformed into the ultimate skin beautifier.
Why pay for expensive spa treatments when you can relax in the privacy of your own home with this Moroccan Ghassoul Facial Clay Mask? Rich in nutrients and easy to use, this mask enhances your facial features, leaving them rich and glowing.
Detoxifying your skin, this one of a kind mask contains the purifying effects of natural silica, magnesium, calcium, and potassium. High in content, these elements have the ability to decrease dry skin and flakiness by providing clear skin with rejuvenated elasticity and a feeling of purity.

No longer will you have to worry about troublesome blackheads that deep root themselves in the skin. This Moroccan Ghassoul Facial Clay Mask dissolves blocked pores, making your skin silky smooth.

Mix your Moroccan Ghassoul clay with just enough warm water to form a smooth, easy to apply paste. You may also apply this product to your hair for a shampoo, skin for soap, or face for a deep penetrating mask. For the mask, leave on for 8-10 minutes. Rinse your face in tepid water and dab residue off with a gentle washcloth or cleansing pad. For best results, use this mask in conjunction with Argan oil.

 Rhassoul clay has been used in skin care for over 2000 years. It was known to the nobles of ancient Rome and Egypt who used it as a soap, shampoo and a daily cleanser. Today Rhassoul is a common ingredient of beauty care in numerous luxurious spas all over the world and also a part of traditional Hammam treatment where it is applied to body, face and even hair before the application of Argan oil.
The name of this clay comes from the Arabic word ‘rassala’ which means “the matter which washes”. Other names of this clay are Red Morrocan Clay and Ghassoul Clay. It comes from the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco where it is mined from the deposits formed from the volcanic ashes.
Properties of Rhassoul clay. in comparison with other clays Rhassoul clay has more gentle cleansing properties and therefore facial masks from Rhassaul clay are especially suitable for dry and sensitive skin. The masks from Rhassoul clay improve skin texture, reduce dryness, remove toxins and tighten the pores. For oily and problem skin and for the deep-cleaning of skin pores use Calcium Bentonite clay, for oily and combined skin use French Green Clay
Rhassoul clay masks also have a rejuvenating effect on the skin. This is due to a high content (58%) of Silica in the Rhassoul molecules. Silica is the microelement essential for supporting deep layers of collagen which give the skin its elasticity.

Two other chemical components of Rhasaoul clay - Magnesium and Calcium are essential for skin regeneration. See all 3 photos
How to prepare Rhassoul clay mask.

Rhassoul clay often comes in chunks which can be easily powdered using an electric coffee grinder or a pestle and mortar. Alternatively the clay chunks can be left to soak for about 10 min and then turned into a paste.

How to apply Rhassoul clay masks.

Clean your face using a mild scrub and a warm water. You can use facial sauna which opens up the pores to increase the effect of a mask. Apply the mask in a small massaging circular movements and keep it for 15-20 minutes, until it starts to dry out. Then use a bit of water to moisten the mask and carefully remove it with a cotton towel. You should aim to apply clay masks at least 2 times a week.

Rhassoul clay, avocado and honey and yoghurt facial mask for dry and sensitive skin.
Rhassoul clay will do wonders when applied on any kind of skin.
An addition of avocado and honey is especially beneficial for dry and sensitive skin. Avocado contains natural oils which are very close to the skin oil as well as vitamins A,D and C which are essential for maintaining healthy-looking skin. Honey and yogurt have antibacterial and moisturising properties. 

1 tbsp Rhassoul Clay
1teasp Honey
1teasp Yorgurt 1/4 Avocado

Instructions Mix Rhassoul clay with a bit of water into a thick paste .
Add yoghurt, honey and mashed avocado and apply.

Rhassoul clay, Argan oil and Frankincense oil facial mask.
This is a spa quality facial mask which will have particular rejuvenating effect on skin. Argan oil is famous Moroccan oil with high content of essential fatty acids which are important for skin re-generation and repair. Frankincense oil has been known since Biblical times for its rejuvenating properties.
1 tbspn of Rhassoul Clay
2 drops of Argan oil
2 drops of Frankincense oil

1.Add Argan and Frankincense oils to the dry clay powder and mix.
2.Carefully add a little of water, mix into a paste and apply.
Other uses of Rhassaoul Clay

Rhassoul clay can be used as a daily cleanser instead of soap. To make a natural cleanser, free of artificial additives, mix yogurt, honey and clay into the consistency of a cleaning lotion and use it in the morning and in the evening to remove the most of make-up.

Rhassoul clay is traditionally used in Morocco as a hair shampoo. When applied to the hair Rhassaul clay enhances the hair texture and volume, softens the hair and removes dandruff. In hair applications Rhassaul clay often used mixed with Argan oil which restore shine to hair.

Rhassoul clay is wonderful in a hand spa which you can treat yourself to at home. Soak your hands in a warm water with a drop of aromatic oil, such as Lavender oil or Lemon oil, and apply Rhassoul clay for 15-20 minutes. Rhassoul clay will soften the skin, remove dead cells and strengthen nails.

. Rhassoul clay poultices have a warming effect on sore joints, reduce inflammation and improve movement. Frankincense oil made from the Boswellia serrata species, one of the best herbs for arthritis treatment, can be added into the clay mixture
Product Description Rhassoul clay is prized for its outstanding ability to wash, detoxify, nourish and condition the skin and hair. Clays are used by mammals and birds in the wild all over the world, as well as early and contemporary humans. In that respect, human skin, even trouble-prone, sensitive and allergy prone skin is well adapted to using clay.

What is rhassoul clay used for?
 Hair mask
 Face mask Soap / Shower gel
 Natural Facial Cleanser
 Body Scrub
 Body Wash
Facial Care
 Body Wraps, or Partial Body Wraps. Rhassoul is multi-functional, helping to de-clutter bathrooms and ultimately landfill sites of packaging.
What is rhassoul clay?
100% Montmorillonite (minerals, rare earths and trace elements) Rhassoul is a 100% natural mineral clay powder formed by natural geothermal processes and volcanic activity. Nothing has been added to it or taken away. It soap free and fragrance free and will not foam or lather during use. Rhassoul clay is one of the most versatile of natural skin care products. Using Rhassoul simplifies the daily washing and detoxifying routine, while preventing pollution of our bodies, home environments and the river systems.

Rhassoul clay is milled into a powder to increase its detoxifying power
How do you mix rhassoul clay?

Add some rhassoul clay into a stone, clay, glass or wooden bowl. Shake it level and just cover the clay powder in water. Leave the clay alone to hydrate and activate for about 10 minutes. The add more water or powder if needed to achieve the right consistency for the intended use. The clay can be stirred before use to assure a homogeneous consistency. For most uses, a yogurt like consistency is ideal. With a little bit of practice you will become an expert at mixing your rhassoul.
For convenience rhassoul mud can be made ahead of time and stored in an airtight container, or a little water can be poured over the clay to prevent evaporation.
How do you use rhassoul clay to wash and condition the hair?
To use rhassoul clay for washing the hair, mix the clay as described above.
Method 1 Wet the hair, then massage the clay-water mix into the scalp for a few minutes. Add a little more water to the scalp to keep the clay fluid. Do not rub the clay into the hair, just let the hair hang, it will be cleaned during the rinse. Rinse the hair and allow it to dry naturally.

Method 2 Better for long hair: Make the clay mix much thinner than for all other applications, so that it can be poured. The consistency is similar to milkshake. Wet the hair and pour the clay liquid onto the scalp. Spend time rubbing the scalp, ignoring the hair. Then before rinsing, comb the clay mixture down the length of the hair. Rinse the hair thoroughly and allow it to dry.
How do you use rhassoul clay to make a face mask?

Make up the clay up into a yogurt-like consistency. Spread the rhassoul mud over the face, avoiding the eyes. Wash the clay off the face before it dries (about 10 minutes). If you wish to prolong the face mask, cover the mask with a thin damp cloth, or spray with a mister. For help with skin outbreaks, steam the clay mask over a bowl of hot water, using a towel to create a steam chamber.How do you use rhassoul clay as a facial cleanser and for removing facial make-up or simply for washing the face?
To use rhassoul clay for facial care, first tie the hair back and use argan oil on a tiny piece of cloth to remove oily eye make up. Then just wet the face and dip the fingers into the hydrated clay and dab onto the face. Spread the clay over the face and neck, keeping the clay moist and using a washing motion with the hands, a flannel, exfoliating glove or a sponge. Allow time for it to clean, exfoliate and detoxify. Rinse off. Most people do need to moisturize the delicate and visible skin on the face, neck hands and nails. Argan oil, famous for its anti aging properties is the best moisturizer to use for the face. Rhassoul clay and argan oil have been used together for thousands of years.
How do you use rhassoul slay to replace Shower gel / soap / body scrub?

Rhassoul clay is great as a natural shower gel, instead of soap. Turn the shower on briefly to wet and warm the body. Turn the shower off. Apply the clay as a shampoo or body wash to the skin. Use an exfoliating or massage glove to spread the clay thinly over the body. Massaging a little more where the body needs extra deodorization. With the shower turned off, the clay has time to clean, deodorize and detox the skin.
Then turn the shower on to rinse the body and hair using the exfoliating glove to remove the clay from the skin. The shower is just used for wetting and rinsing, reducing water and energy consumption. Apply the alum if you need a deodorant and argan oil if you need to moisturize or to protect the exposed skin on the face, neck, hands and nails.
Rhassoul is very kind to skins prone to:
Acne Dry or oily patches
Sensitive skins
All skins
Fine hair
Thinning hair
Everyday use

 What are the generic properties of rhassoul clay?
Rhassoul possesses a strong negative charge and high absorption rate —carrying away excess sebum, toxins, heavy metals, chemical residues and impurities. The high detoxifying powder make the use of rhassoul clay ideal for skin treatments, face skin care and washing the hair. At the same time, many essential minerals and trace elements are released from the clay particle into the dermis, encouraging better skin health and reduced signs of aging. Follicle health and hair quality are also improved.
With regular use of rhassoul clay for hair washing expect…
A perfectly clean scalp and hair
Relief from dry and dandruff-prone scalps
A better nourished scalp and healthier follicles
 Reduced frequency between hair washing
 An increase in hair volume and body
 An increase in hold, flexibility, smoothness and shine
No build-up Less itchy skin, when itchiness is caused by sensitivity to chemical soap, shampoos and conditioners.
Improved deodorization of the skin.
With regular use of rhassoul clay for washing the face and body expect…
After a single usage expect your skin to be perfectly clean
 More translucent
Much reduced in flakiness
 Increased skin elasticity
Better nourished skin with a firmer texture
Silky smooth skin all over
Less reliance on deodorants and moisturizers due to the natural deodorizing and emollient effect of Rhassoul clay
 A reduction of oily shine on the surface of the skin
Cleaning of excess oils from inside and around the comedons (pores) giving improvement to acne prone skin
A reduction in the need to moisturize dry skins.

The ethics of using rhassoul clay for washing

Highly effective and economical
Vegan (100% mineral) Transported by sea (sea transport has the lowest emissions compared to other forms of transport)
 Ethically traded, helping to sustain a desert economy
Supporting traditional lifestyles, helping to prevent rural depopulation
Respecting and acknowledging indigenous Berber tribal knowledge
 Kind to water systems and rivers
Clay naturally biodegrades.
Safe for septic tanks.
Recyclable packing and envelopes
 Rhassoul clay was made by a volcano, using the ‘free energy of nature’
 Small scale-production – hand dug, hand washed and sun-dried.
 Expert product support from people at Natural Spa Supplies Ltd who use Rhassoul Clay everyday.
Note: This clay comes with complete low usage instructions (i.e. from 10g for a shower). This is a result of pioneering new low-use parameters through the ‘Go Prehistoric Clay Challenge’ with journalists. They trialed 100g per week for all of their washing – hair, face and body. The results were very promising. Some clever athlete customers are averaging 6-10g of rhassoul powder for washing their hair, face and body everyday. However dermatologists recommend that people only shower/bath every other day. In between you can strip wash with clay, using very small amounts, making washing with rhassoul clay more economical still.

Can I use clay if I have eczema?
Yes, definitely! If you have eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, acne, itchy skin, sensitive, allergy prone or trouble prone skin, you will find that clay will be well accepted. Do a patch test first to be sure. In fact once you stop using foaming products, products which contain synthetic ingredients and in general commercial products, and change over to clay, don’t be surprised if the skin becomes easier to manage.

Does Clay Block the Drains?
No. You are using clay in small quantities for washing the hair, face and body and the clay particles are suspended in moving water. If you have been using thick layers of clay – for example with a face mask or in a body wrap, place the semi-dried clay in the compost bin.
Can you use clay if you have a septic tank, a reed bed or grey water system?
It is even safe for septic tanks, reed beds which function better when natural products are used and for grey / gray water systems.
Is rhassoul clay certified organic? I haven’t had it certified.

Many certifying agencies will not certify clay because technically clay is inorganic i.e. it is a mineral. However, Rhassoul Clay has got to be one of the purest clays in the world. It is a primary clay, mined directly from the place where it originally formed in a range of extinct volcanoes. It is washed with fast flowing ‘living’ river water and sun dried in the desert. It is processed in a pristine and pure environment. You can’t get purer than that! Some companies claim that the Rhassoul clay is Ecocert certified, but I know that the last valid Ecocert certificate expired in 2008. I’ll let you draw your own conclusions!

There is only one Rhassoul clay mine – it is all the same clay. What is important is that the clay is correctly transported, stored and packaged so that it’s purity can be maintained. It is also important that end-users are also advised not to to prepare the clay in plastic or metal vessels as this will effect the quality of the clay.
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay Moroccan Rhassoul Clay, sometimes referred to as Moroccan Ghassoul Clay, is naturally found and organically mined from ancient deposits deep within the Atlas Mountains in the northeastern region of Morocco. This extraordinary mineral-rich clay is extracted in large clods, then it gets washed, sun-dried and micronized into a smooth powder.

The word “Rhassoul” derives from the Arabic word for washing, “Rhassala.” Reknowned for its unmatched ability to absorb impurities from the skin and hair and give the skin and hair highly beneficial minerals, Moroccan Rhassoul Clay a must-have product. Moroccan Rhassoul Clay is an essential part of the Moroccan Hammam treatment and has been for more than fourteen centuries. As the second step of the hammam treatment, Moroccan Rhassoul Clay is traditionally preceded by the Moroccan Savon Noir and followed by 100% Organic Argan Oil.
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay can be used as detoxifying cleanser, skin conditioner, shampoo, and facial and body mask. It has a number of outstanding benefits that surpass those of other clays because it contains the highest content of silica, magnesium, potassium and calcium, and because of its extraordinary smectic qualities (absorption ability).
Mineral Content
Silica- 58%
 Aluminum- 2.47%
Iron- 0.64%
Sodium- 2.3%
Magnesium- 25.2%
Calcium- 2.34%
Moisture- <8%

Studies that shown that Moroccan Rhassoul Clay reduces dryness, improves skin clarity and elasticity and has extractive abilities that remove impurities and unblock pores, even stubborn blackheads. As a hair treatment, Moroccan Rhassoul Clay cleanses the hair, removing impurities, and leaves hair bouncy and voluminous.
Clinical studies have shown that a single use of Moroccan Rhassoul:
Reduces dryness (79%)
Reduces flakiness (41%)
 Improves skin clarity (68%)
 Improves skin elasticity / firmness (24%)
Improves skin texture (106%)
Removes surface oil and oil from inside and around comedons
 Removes dead skin layers, resulting in a general smoothing of the surface skin
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay is an extremely versatile product and can be mixed in various ways, so don’t be afraid to get creative. We recommend trying your rhassoul clay with 100% Organic Argan Oil for your hair mask to moisturize hair while you detox and 100% Organic Moroccan Rose Water Toning Mist instead of water for your skin.
After using, your skin and hair will be thirsty for moisture, apply ReVive It' 100% Organic Argan Oil.

Certified organic by EcoCert in Morocco (clays are not USDA certifiable otherwise we would have).
Benefits of Rhassoul clay
Clay has been around for generations for the manufacture of ancient works and potteries. Ancient clay works have conveyed their antiquity through the vast number of plates, figurines and jars. Today, clay is used in healing ceremonies and religious rites, and more importantly as a form of adornment. For instance, Rhassoul clay has been used for ages to beautify the skin and is found in modern health spas all around the world. It is native to Morocco and has a number of uses, as well as health benefits.
1. Detoxification Rhassoul clay is an effective facial mask that can help improve your facial appearance, eliminating premature aging signs. Unlike other types of facial mask, Rhassoul clay has high concentrations of essential minerals like iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, silica and sodium. These elements aid the detoxification process.
 2. Prevents skin disease Due to high concentration of essential minerals, Rhassoul clay can prevent the development of skin disease. When you age, the body is not able to produce sufficient minerals, so you need to find other sources. The depletion of trace minerals often results in brittle nails, lackluster hair and fragile bones. Rhassoul clay helps to replenish depleted minerals, thereby improve skin health.
 3. Restores skin elasticity This clay helps to restore elasticity, removes dead skin, unclog skin pores and prevent drying of the skin. When used as facial mask, Rhassoul clay can help to eliminate excess oil, skin cells, sebum and dirt, while having a soothing and moisturizing effect on your skin. It also reduces flakiness and dryness while improving clarity, elasticity and texture. Moreover, it has antimicrobial properties that make it suitable for individuals with skin blemish. No side effect has been reported with use of Rhassoul clay for skin care. However, Rhassoul clay should only be used external, and if you have skin disease, consult a doctor before you use it