Create amazing facials and hair masks with our mineral-rich bentonite clay.
Combine with enough water to create a creamy smooth paste. Apply directly to face (use care to avoid the eye area). Leave on your skin for 20 minutes. Rinse.
To use as a hair mask, combine clay with enough water to coat your scalp and hair. The amount will vary based on the thickness and length of your hair. Apply directly to the scalp. Coat your strands from root to ends. Cover with a plastic cap and let sit for 30 minutes to 1 hour. (It is not necessary to let the clay dry in your hair).
For a relaxing and detoxifying bath, add 1/4 cup to your bathwater.
Avoid using metal utensils to blend your clay mixtures. Metals can react with the minerals contained within the clay.
Feed your skin all of the minerals and nutrients found in Sea Moss. A natural blend of sea moss and bentonite clay, our sea moss facial powder helps the skin retain moisture, even out the skin tone and tighten pores.
- 3.5 ounces. (10 plus facial applications) - Ceramic facial bowl included - Facial brush included - Organic sea moss powder - Organic bentonite clay powder - Unscented (has a natural sea moss scent)
Rhassoul Clay is a mineral-rich clay found beneath Morocco's Atlas Mountains. It has been used for centuries as a cleansing agent for the hair and skin. Rich in minerals like silica & magnesium, it will not only cleanse, it will help draw out toxins. It is suitable for all skin and hair types.
Use it as a facial mask for soft, clear and glowing skin. Mix clay with enough water to create a smooth paste. Apply directly to face. (Use care to avoid getting into eyes).
Use it as a hair and scalp treatment. Mix clay with enough water to create a smooth paste. Massage it into the scalp to cleanse and exfoliate. Coat your strands from root to ends. Cover and leave for at least 1 hour. Your hair will be soft, easier to detangle and will not be stripped of its natural oils.
No Preservatives. No Fragrance. No Additives.
Avoid using metal utensils to blend your clay mixtures. Metals can react with the minerals contained in the clay.