Introduction and Properties:
Ghassoul, pronounced R(h)assoul, has been used for millennia for body, hair and beauty
treatments and is originally from Jebel Ghassoul, Morocco. Since several generations, this product has been known for and used to cure various ailments and preserve the skin’s radiance. Back in the time, Ghassoul was already mentioned and used for its regenerative, protective and healing properties.
Its preparation consisted of a whole ritual, secretly kept throughout generations and passed on from mothers to daughters. Ghassoul naturally has a powerful negative electromagnetic charge, while the majority of toxins under the skin have a positive charge. This, plus its exceptional hydrophilic properties, make Ghassoul treatments ideal for drawing impurities and detoxifying the skin; leaving it silky soft after washing off the product. This clay, due to its high ion exchange capacity, has detergent and degreasing properties. Unlike other shampoos and soaps, it contains no surfactants and acts only by absorption, thus preserving the hair, skin and mucous membranes. Amongst all dermatological clays, Ghassoul has a unique characteristic which is of containing the least aluminium oxide and calcium thus making the application around the eyes possible.
Ingredients and Composition:
Moroccan lava clay. Contains numerous minerals, such as magnesium, iron, sodium, lithium, zinc, phosphorus and potassium and pro-vitamins. Also contains silica, carbonates and clays of the illite group.
How to use it:
Mix Ghassoul Powder with flower water (Orange Blossom, Rose or any other) in order to obtain a homogeneous paste with muddy consistency.
Pour ingredients into bowl and mix them using wooden spoon. Do not use metal spoon asminerals in clay will be absorbed.
Using hand, apply all over the body, including face and hair.
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