INCI: Moroccan Lava Clay
Common names: Ghassoul, Rhassoul, Moroccan red clay
Appearance: Fine, silky, pale gray powder with a hint of pink brown
Smell: Earth with a touch of fresh wood
Solubility: Not soluble, use in suspension
Description: Superfine clay powder deliciously unique and exuberant, rich in minerals such as silica, magnesium, calcium, etc. It is highly appreciated throughout the world in exclusive professional spas for cleansing, nourishing, exfoliation and rejuvenation properties.
Ghassoul comes from the Arabic word ghassala, which means to wash. When moistened with water, or floral water, the feeling on the skin is soft and almost lubricating, while it is also exfoliating. It feels almost as if soap has been applied, but without foaming the perfect way to cleanse the face, body or even hair, without soap or chemical surfactants.
Benefits: High mineral content - especially silica is known to help tone the skin and improve endurance.
High absorption ratio - detoxification.
Excellent ion exchange ratio - to further facilitate cleaning and deodorizing action.
Soft and soothing for the skin, including sensitive.
Very efficient to absorb excess fat from the skin and scalp.
General Properties: Abrasive [superfine]; Absorbent; Anti-caking agent; Bulking agent; Opacifying agent.
Preparations for the care of the skin and the hair:
• Facial, body and capillary masks
• Makeup powder
• Talcum powder
• Make-up fasteners
• Solid shampoo
• Liquid shampoos
• Hair masks
• Emulsifying preparations for body and hands.
• Facial cleansers
• Hair conditioners
Color: Beige to brown
PH: About 7
Boiling point: -
Solubility in water: The Ghassoul absorbs water with an average of 1.66 weight. At 180 ° C of water, the lost weight is 13%