If you are looking for a mud mask that leaves your skin feeling clean and fresh rather than dry and flaky then you got to try Rhassoul Clay. This exotic volcanic clay from Morocco has been used for ages by North African women to detoxify and purify their skin.
You can use Rhassoul clay as a face mask in many ways. You can combine it with different ingredients for different purposes and results.
Rhassoul Clay Recipe #1: Simple and perfect for acne-prone, oily skin
The simplest way of using this mask is with water. Combine a teaspoon of Rhassoul clay with water to create a paste and apply it on your clean face. Let it dry for about 15 minutes and then wash it off with luke-warm water. Follow it with an Argan-oil based moisturizer.
Rhassoul Clay Recipe #2: Add a refreshing for acne-prone and oily skin
Rose water is a great hydrator and adds an amazing natural fragrance. It also helps soothe skin inflammation. Combine a teaspoon of Rhassoul Clay with rose water to create a cool, refreshing paste. To take it up a notch, keep the rose water in the fridge before using it. This way you have a cool, spa-quality mask you can enjoy at home.
Rhassoul Clay Recipe #3: Creamy mask for dry, aging skin
If you have dry or aging skin, you don't want to use anything that strips your skin of its natural oils. While Rhassoul Clay is gentle on dry skin, you can combine it with yogurt to prepare a creamy mask. Apply this mask on your face and leave it on for 15 - 20 minutes before you wash it off with warm water.
We have just suggested a few recipes here. You can create so many more recipes using different ingredients with Rhassoul Clay. Think honey, avocado, argan oil, bentonite clay, fresh orange. Let's see you be creative!