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Do not confuse with Moroccan Red clay. These are two different clays. Rhassoul clay has calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium and silica in it. Therefore, it helps to replenish depleted minerals in your skin. Just like most clays, it absorbs oils well and can be used to clean up pores. But what makes this clay special is that it is suitable for dry skin (however, should not be used daily). In fact, it improves skin tone, elasticity and reduces dryness and flakiness. When paired with some nourishing oils it can make a great moisturizer.
Best for normal and dry skin types. People with dry skin should not use this clay daily.
Like most clays, it can be used in face masks, scrubs, body wraps, soaps, deodorizing foot and body powders.
Note: Like most clays, Rhassoul Moroccan Clay is often used in hair products. However, it should not be used on a chemically dyed hair. Mineral elements in the clay may react with the hair coloring ingredients and cause an undesirable color change. This is especially important if you are planning to sell your products. There will always be customers that will not read full instructions and warnings and will use it on chemically dyed or treated hair. This might result in an unwanted result and, therefore, a complaint.