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Rhassoul or ghassoul is a saponiferous clay of volcanic origin, extracted deep in the quarries of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Due to its particular richness in minerals (iron, silicon, magnesium, potassium), its remarkable porosity and adsorption capacity, it is a clay with unique properties .
From the Arabic “rhassala” (to wash) rhassoul is part of the gifts traditionally offered to the bride on the day of the engagement together with Henna, dates and milk and cannot be missing in the Hammam with the Savon Noir and the Kessa (exfoliating glove).
Traditionally used for body and hair care, it softens the skin, reduces sebum secretion, regenerates the skin by eliminating impurities and dead cells.
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