Rhassoul clay powder has been one of my skincare staples for a little over a year now. Years prior, I used the bentonite masks by Queen Helene (and I still do from time to time but once those tubes are gone, I won’t be repurchasing). The Queen Helene masks work great but since going natural, I’ve become much more of a DIY girl. It’s so fun to whip up my own recipes to incorporate into my skincare regimen based on my skin’s needs at the time.
From the first time I tried Rhassoul Clay I was in love with the way it made my skin glow. After my hormones went hay-wire during post-partum, I used Rhassoul Clay recipes to keep oiliness down which in turn kept breakouts from getting out of control. In addition to unclogging pores, Rhassoul Clay gently exfoliates and is chock full of minerals that my skin just loves (Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium & Silica).
I love Rhassoul Clay so much that I had to share the wealth. Anyone that loves natural skincare solutions will, indeed, love this mask too. This mask is great for all skin types–especially those with oily/acne-prone skin. For those with dry skin, the honey will help with moisture.