Here’s how I use Rhassoul clay
1. Deep Hair Conditioner: The amount you need for your hair will depend on how much hair you have and how thick/course it is. My hair is pretty short and fine, so I mix 3-4 tbsp. of the Rhassoul clay with 4-5 tbsp. of coconut milk and 1-2 tbsp. of honey. I really never measure it, so this is a rough guideline. You want the clay mixture to be smooth and little thinner than you would for a face mask. Spread this on your hair and massage down to the scalp. Cover with a shower cap and leave on for 30-60 minutes, then rinse out in the shower.
2. Face/Body Mask: The simplest way to use this clay on your skin is to just mix some with water, spread on your face and/or body and let it sit on your skin for 10 minutes or so. Then you can wash it off in the shower. If you want to take it a step further, you can replace the plain water with an herbal infusion (learn how to make herbal infusions here). Calendula, lavender, and chamomile are lovely additions and all have skin soothing and nourishing properties. You can also mix the clay with some aloe vera instead of water.
3. Blemish Treatment: If you find yourself with the occasional breakout, you can use the clay to help soothe the irritation and draw out toxins. Mix a small amount of clay with some witch hazel and use directly on the blemish. Let it sit on the blemish for about 10 minutes and then gently rinse or wipe off.
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