Used by the finest spas around the world, Rhassoul Clay is an ancient clay that is mined from deep below the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and is then milled into a super-fine powder.
Although Rhassoul Clay is not as widely available because it is difficult to obtain from the deep clay beds, it has been used for centuries by the ancient people of Rome and Egypt.
The rich mineral composition of Rhassoul Clay includes Silica, Magnesium and Calcium. The clay helps absorb dirt and impurities while it gently exfoliates the skin.
Our Rhassoul Clay is carefully sourced and packaged to maintain the purity and and beneficial properties of this highly nutritive clay.
Rhassoul Clay rejuvenates and helps balance skin tone while it exfoliates and helps absorb and remove oil, dirt and debris. It promotes glowing skin that looks smoother, softer and healthier.
When mixed with water, Rhassoul Clay achieves a smooth, desirable texture. It is a highly absorbent, cleansing clay that can be used in facials, scrubs, body wraps, masks, soaps and deodorizing foot and body powders. Rhassoul Clay can also be used in the formulation of hair pastes and other hair care products that help to naturally cleanse the hair and scalp.
Rhassoul Clay is ideally suited for normal to oily skin and hair. Rhassoul Clay is not recommended for use in skin care products intended for frequent use by those with dry or sensitive skin/hair. Please inquire for details about our range of cosmetic clays suitable for dry or sensitive skin.
This lot of Rhassoul Clay has been irradiated to reduce the microbial load. We also stock Rhassoul Clay that has not been irradiated, but it is not listed on our website. Please contact us for more information.
- Very Fine, Powdered Clay Texture
- Taupe (Light-Brown) Hue
- Faint, Characteristic Clay Aroma
- Absorbs Dirt and Impurities
- Provides Gentle Exfoliation
- See Spec Sheet for Mineral Composition
Rhassoul Clay is Perfectly Suited for the Following Personal Care Applications:
- Skin Care
- Hair Care
- Soap Making
Recommended Usage Rate:
*Typical Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the typical shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Typical Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.