Naturally detoxifying, Rhassoul clay can be used for washing hair, face and body. Rosemary oil has been known to promote healthy hair growth and add shine to hair.
Used for centuries in ancient Egypt, North Africa, Rome, Greece and Turkey as a prized beauty ingredient, Rhassoul Clay has numerous beauty benefits for hair and skin. Rhassoul clay is a natural clay mined in the Atlas Mountains of North Africa since the 8th century and is extremely rich in many minerals including silica, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, lithium and trace elements.
A fantastic and all-rounder bar of soap that can replace soap, shampoo, conditioner and cleanser.
Suitable for all hair/skin types, especially hair/skin prone to dryness, itchiness or just in need of a deep cleanse. Great for hair that needs a bit of lift.
With key ingredients of:
- Rhassoul Clay – exfoliates dead skin as well as balances sebum secretion on the skin, fighting off dandruff. The saponin content in rhassoul clay makes it a good shampoo alternative. Saponins are natural cleansing agents found in certain plant material that forms a sort of lather when mixed with water. Rhassoul clay is cleansing and makes hair soft, silky, shiny and manageable. When you use it as a hair mask, it acts as a natural conditioner to provide the extra silkiness your hair deserves!
- Rosemary – used for centuries to not only stimulate hair growth but also delay greying. Rosemary oil can counter hair loss by stimulating blood circulation in the scalp, which, in turn, promotes hair growth. Its high nutritional value and anti-inflammatory properties make it an excellent ingredient for nourishing the hair follicles and soothing the scalp. It also has analgesic properties that make it a good remedy for soothing inflamed scalps. It is known to thicken hair and add shine, and is often used by people who have thin, lack lustre hair.
Use with Living Naturally’s Herbal Hair Rinse Conditioner for the perfect finish.
Free from SLS, parabens, phthalates, synthetic fragrances, palm oil, mineral oil and synthetic additives.