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Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)
  • Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)
  • Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)
  • Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)
  • Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)
  • Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)

Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)

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Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)

The ghassoul is used as a base in spa-quality masks and washes.It does not contain detergents, surfactants, parabens, sulfates, preservatives or thickeners.

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Ghassoul Clay Mask (Aloe Vera)

How Ghassoul Clay Cleans Your Hair  & Skin
 
Ancient cultures have used Moroccan ghassoul clay for centuries to cleanse their hair, face and body. The root word for rhassoul literally means “washing”! Today, ghassoul is used as a base in spa-quality masks and washes.
When mixed with a liquid such as water that is massaged into the hair or skin, ghassoul gently exfoliates with a fine grit. It binds to dirt, oils and other impurities and washes them away when you rinse.

Benefits of Washing Hair with Ghassoul Clay
You’ll benefit from washing your hair with ghassoul clay because of what it does NOT contain as much as what it does. Ghassoul, unlike shampoo, does not contain detergents, surfactants, parabens, sulfates, preservatives or thickeners. Also, shampoo can sometimes clean too well by stripping away sebum, natural protective oils made by the skin.

Our Ghassoul Clay Mask Recipe is definitely one of my favorite secret beauty recipe from north Africa! 

You can also use this ghassoul clay mask recipe on your face as a cleanser, simple put it on your face, scrub gently and massage your skin and rinse after a few minutes while the mask is still wet. It is very gentle and does not disrupt the sebum of your skin. I personally use it every other day on my face by wetting the clay with a little bit of water in he palm of my hand, while in the shower. Can’t get any easier than that 
Ifyou have oily skin, remove the olive oil and just use the ghassoul clay and water or aloe vera.

 

 

 

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