Morocco is one of our favorite place in the world for shopping. Ghassoul clay is one of our beauty essential. It has been used for 12 centuries by north-African and middle-eastern populations. It is used for daily skin and hair care.
Genuinely "cleansing earth", ghassoul is used as a face mask or a gentle shampoo. It is mainly used after a black soap exfoliation.
Mix a few teaspoons of ghassoul with floral water warm water to create a homogenous clay, apply the mask, leave on for 15 minutes and rinse.
Shampoo: in a bowl, mix the Ghassoul with warm water to create a creamy paste. Apply to wet hair, massage gently into scalp, leave in for 5 minutes, and rinse well.
Once you have rubbed your skin with a bristled glove (kessa) to activate circulation, it is mainly used after a black soap exfoliation. Apply the Ghassoul clay paste in thick layers, making circular motions. This teatement remineralizes and gently exfoliates , giving your skin an unparalleled satin – soft look and feel.
You can add a few drops of Olive oil to your clay mix. To reduce cellulite: pour 100 grams of Ghassoul powder and a few drops of Olive oil in a hot bath.