The simplest use for Rhassoul clay is as a face mask. It can be mixed with water or something like rose water, hydrosol, milk, fruit juice to form a silky paste. This paste can be brushed or rubbed onto the face and left to dry before washing off.
Don't use more than 3 times in a week.
Rhassoul clay - Red
Rhassoul clay is great for both skin and hair, this ancient clay is mined from Morocco and is crazy-rich in minerals. It’s very negatively charged and most toxins in your skin are positively charged, so this clay is the perfect magnet for sopping up all those impurities—sebum plugs, blackheads, and oil around hair follicles. It doesn’t, however, leave you dry because of its elasticity and texture-improving effects.