Does your hair lack vitality, strength and fullness? Are you ready for the best possible version of your hair? Its time to make the break from chemically laden shampoos and conditioners, and use naturally derived, earth friendly products! Look no further than the Rhassoul Clay Hair Cleanser for the best hair of your life.
Rhassoul Clay is mined solely from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco where it has been in use for cleaning hair and skin since at least the 8th century. It also was noted for its regenerative and healing properties on Egyptian papyrus. Rhassoul or Ghassoul Clay is derived from the Arabic word "ghasil" meaning "wash". The use of Rhassoul Clay is so steeped in Moroccan culture that it is still included as a traditional wedding gift to the bride from the groom's family.
Generally speaking, clay adsorbs (that's with a D) toxins from surfaces it comes into contact with. Adsorption is the process when a substance can attract and capture another substance to its surface and bind with it. Absorption (with a B) is like when a sponge drinks up water.
Rhassoul Clay, as well as Bentonite Clay, have a negative ionic charge on the molecular level. These negative ions attract positive ions (opposites attract), commonly referred to as free radicals. toxins, pollutants, viruses, heavy metals, etc. The positive binds to the negative through adsorption, and is washed away or flushed through the system. For this reason clay should never come into contact with metals as it impacts the drawing capacity for its intended use.
Medicinal clay was first recorded to have been used in 2500 BCE in Mesopotamia for its anti-inflammatory and anti-septic properties. Rhassoul Clay has more trace minerals than other types of clay, but is mostly comprised of Silica (52%) known to stimulate hair growth, and Magnesium (25%) which strengthens hair follicles and hair. Silica helps to prevent hair thinning, restores vitality by delivering minerals to the hair follicle, and encourages hair growth by strengthening blood vessels and improving circulation. Silica is an essential component of collagen.
In the tradition of what is old is new again, Rhassoul Clay has emerged as the premium clay choice due to its many benefits for the body and hair. Rhassoul Clay is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and anti-viral which means that it can calm an inflamed scalp, cleanse impurities, and fend off viruses. It is favored for use in high-end Spa treatments, and can be used on the entire body. Rhassoul Clay is sun dried so it hasn't undergone any chemical processing. It is also hypoallergenic so it is suitable for all skin (or hair) types.
Make Rhassoul Clay Hair Cleanser part of your beauty routine and feel good knowing that what you are using is not only completely natural, as well as biodegradable, but has abundant benefits for the vitality of your hair and scalp.
Yvonne Williams says...
Thank you for this information. I have very little hair on my crown due to chemo drugs and plan to use rhassoul clay to wash my hair in future.
I tried using it a year ago with water, aloe juice and a few oils and my hair felt glossy and smooth and clean but I never got round to doing it again.
January 30, 2020
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