A weekly mask with natural and organic clay from deep inside the Ancient Atlas Mountains of Morocco are the perfect skin treatment for cleaning, detoxifying, toning and rejuvenating. A facial mask treatment made from Ghassoul clay can be relaxing and give your skin a new healthy glow. Ghassoul clay's most impressive properties in skin improvement are its capacity of absorption and adsorption due to its high level of ion exchange. Ghassoul is a mineral rich, light brown clay that blends extremely well with water making its application to the face and skin a smooth and delightful experience. Use on skin and hair - it even makes for a fabulous shampoo; mix a small amount of powder in your favorite shampoo - wash and rinse. Super cleansing!This is an extremely detoxifying mask. The clay itself is very finely milled, and can be messy, but if you're careful it can also be very easy to work with. It mixes with water well, and is easy to spread onto the skin with a flat brush (I use a foundation brush). As Zakia's Morocco suggests, this clay powder also works well as a deep cleanser for your scalp. I mixed a small amount with my shampoo and found that it cleansed my scalp and hair well without over-drying and was easy to rinse away as long as I didn't allow it to dry too much. This is a great mask for treatments all over the body, not just the face.
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