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Rhassoul Clay Is Your Hairs New Best Friend

Everyone knows Rhassoul Clay for its outstanding benefits for skin... did you know that is been used by North African women for centuries to take care of both skin and hair? Learn how to clean your hairs whit one simple organic ingredient.

Every woman knows that finding the right shampoo is not that easy. The best one should clean your hair and scalp without drying out or damaging them, better if it's natural, free from harmful ingredients like sulfate that make your hair beautiful at the beginning and weak after constant use. Well, we know it might sound weird but Rhassoul (or Ghassoul) Clay is exactly what you were looking for. 

 

 

Rhassoul is a cosmetic made of natural mineral clay mined from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is combined with water to clean the body and has been used by North African women for centuries to care for their skin and hair. Rhassoul contains silica, iron, potassium, sodium, lithium and trace elements. This beauty aid is known to be an amazing detoxifying mask that can prevent breakouts, cleanse pores, exfoliate and nourish the skin because of its innumerable nutrients. Before starting using it as a shampoo there are a few things you should know.

"First, store-bought shampoos usually have a pH level of around 5-6, which closely matches your hair’s natural pH. While this is a good thing, it is most often achieved using toxic surfactants such as sodium lauryl sulfate. Clay, on the other hand, has a much higher pH which can leave hair dull and gummy. Fortunately, it’s very simple to restore your hair’s natural pH after washing – continue reading to know how.

Another consideration when transitioning to natural shampoo is the use of silicone in many commercial brands. Silicone coats the hair much like plastic to give it slip and shine. If you have been using a shampoo with silicone or other chemicals your hair will need to detox – a process that can take up to a few weeks depending on the types of product previously used. During this process, hair can feel very dry and tangle easily. As the follicles shed the coating they will begin to be able to drink in moisture, but this can take time." says Heather from Mommypotamus.com. Now it's time to prepare your natural shampoo!

How To Mud Wash

The quantity of Rhassoul Clay you will need depends on the length and type of hair you have. For example, mid length normal hair need approximately 2 tablespoons of clay plus water or apple vinegar for extra deep clean. Add water little by little, while mixing it all together until you get the a quite a tick but still soft consistency, similar to an egg yolk. If you have dry scalp or dandruff just ad five drops of Argan Hair Treatment or Hair Oil to the mixture.

Now it's time to wash your hair. Apply Rhassoul Clay a little at a time on your scalp and start gently massaging it. If you wash your hair every two days or so, massage the product for around two minutes or for five minutes if your hair is very dirty. Massaging your scalp is also important to stimulate your skin and promote circulation to deliver nutrients to your lovely hair. We always suggest to not apply Rhassoul Clay to the lengths because is not where the sebum is located and you will only dry your hair. That portion will be washed out anyway when you rinse everything off and the product goes all the way down.

How To WOW! Hair 

Now it's time to wash everything off and moisturize. Use a few pumps of Argan Hair Treatment to deeply nourish and treat ends. Thanks to its high quality and pure ingredients this product will deliver you WOW! hair.

 

 

Argan Oil

What makes the oil so beneficial, is that it’s rich with vitamins A, C and E, as well as being loaded with antioxidantslinoleic acid and omega-6 fatty acids. When applied externally, it can help boost cell production which results in healthier skin and hair.

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Sea Buckthorn Oil is rich in Omega 3, 6, 7 & 9 and the necessary vitamins A, C, D, B, E & K to promote healthy skin and hair. The oils and polyunsaturated essential fatty acids contained in Sea Buckthorn are reported to improve overall hair health and lend itself to a healthy and natural-looking shine.  In addition, preliminary trials seem to indicate a correlation between the use of sea buckthorn and a reduction in the onset of premature hair loss.

Rosmarinus Officinalis Oil

Considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Hebrews, rosemary has a lengthy history of use for centuries. This incredible oil is great to promote hair growth and to smooth your dry ends.

Lavandula Angustifolia Oil

Lavender oil is one of these oils that can promote hair growth and treat various hair problems like hair loss, alopecia, dandruff, etc.

Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil

Cedarwood Oil is known to be a great remedy for hair loss and life-changer oil when speaking about thick and healthy hair.

Limonene

Limonene, also known as dipentene, is a colourless, natural chemical found in the peels of citrus fruits and in other plants that possess a smell of oranges and citrus. This is present in the peels of fruits to repel bugs from the fruit. This is a completely natural product, found in citrus fruits. It gives a fresh scent to products and has antioxidant properties. Citrus formulas are found to stimulate the blood flow and fight dandruff.

Geraniol

Geraniol is a monoterpenoid with the molecular formula C10H18O. It is a plant oil extracted from Geraniums and lemongrass. It has anti-cancerantibacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Enjoy ;)



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