Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask (Granules)
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Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask (Granules)

Our Moroccan Ghassoul clay mask is organic & vegan friendly, hypoallergenic and sourced from Morocco's Atlas Mountains.

£25.00

Category: Bath & Body Brand: Azizati Type: Vegan

Product Description

The word Ghassoul is the traditional Moroccan name for this amazing natural mineral clay that is mined in the Atlas Mountains. The name “Ghassoul” derives from the word, “Ghassala” or “Ghusl” which is Arabic for ‘washing’ or ‘cleansing’.

Ghassoul is a natural skin and hair treatment that has been used by the Moroccan people for centuries, it is rich in essential minerals the skin needs such as magnesium, illicium & calcium, it absorbs impurities, cleanses & conditions the skin and hair. It is a virtuous nourishing hair & body mask. 

This Moroccan lava clay comes in its natural powder form ready to be mixed or it can come already mixed with some added beneficial ingredients. The precious formulas have many benefits for the hair and skin:

- It can be used as a natural shampoo
- A face & body mask for all skin types 
- Hydrating mask for dry skin 
- Treatment for Acne 

Product of Morocco

DIRECTIONS OF USE: With the granules you just add some warm water a little at a time to form a soft and spreadable paste. The quantity depends on the area you want to cover.

For loose powdered ghassoul:

Face & body Mask: Add 3 tsps (15 - 20ml) of Ghassoul powder into a bowl. Add equal amounts of warm water and let it rest for 3 - 5 minutes. Mix the powder with a wooden or plastic spoon until it has turned into a creamy paste. The Ghassoul paste can be stored in the fridge for up to one week. If necessary, adjust the water to Ghassoul ratio if the paste is too thick. When applying the mask onto your face, ensure your hands are clean, use a synthetic brush to apply a smooth and even coverage. Allow the mask to dry for  15 - 20 minutes and keep it hydrated by taping small amounts of water onto your face or alternatively use a water mister. To further help with skin outbreaks, steam the clay mask over a bowl of hot water, using a towel to create a steam chamber. When dry, rinse off with warm water and moisturise your face with Liquid Gold Pure Argan Oil. Use once a week to achieve best results.

For a Hair Mask: Add equal amounts of powder to warm water into a wooden or plastic bowl. The amount is dependent on the length and thickness of your hair. Allow the mixture to rest for at least 5 minutes, then stir with a wooden or plastic spoon to form a creamy paste. Massage the paste onto your wet hair. For best results pour directly onto your hair and work from your roots down. Ensure your hair is covered entirely and leave on for 15 - 20 minutes. Do not allow the mask to dry, rinse your hair thoroughly. 

TIPS

Use once a week to achieve best results as a facial mask, Moroccan Ghassoul is also a fantastic shampoo and conditioner and is best left on your hair as a mask for 15 - 20 minutes to achieve maximum radiance.

BENEFITS

Azizati's Moroccan Ghassoul contains high levels of Silica, Magnesium, Potassium, iron and Calcium and is effective in soothing dry skin, eczema and psoriasis. Ghassoul’s enriched properties provide restorative nourishment and softness to your skin and hair. This world-renowned cleansing facial mask removes dead skin cells, counteracts toxins beneath your skin, tightens your pores and stimulates elasticity, delivering luminous results. Moroccan Ghassoul is also a fantastic shampoo and conditioner.

To be stored in a cool dry place.

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