Story Behind: Moroccan lava clay
This clay is also called Ghassoul and is originally coming from the verb “Rassala” which means “to clean” in Arabic.
Rhassoul or Ghassoul is a powder with miraculous properties, extracted from clayey deposit located in the Moulouya Valley, 200 km away from Fes city in Morocco.
Rhassoul is a natural mineral product composed essentially of stevensite, clayey ore make with magnesium silicate.
Rhassoul contains soap. When water is diluted with Rhassoul, a detergent and degreasing paste is obtained. Rhassoul works only by absorption; it is not aggressive for the hair or the skin, unlikely usual soaps and shampoos.
In addition, unlikely classic antiseptics, it doesn’t destroy your cells: it boosts the cellular reconstitution. In this way it is ideal to heal a wound, a cut or an irritation.
Finally, it doesn’t pollute waste water.
That’s why Rhassoul used is totally integrated in the nature’s cycle and in a life more “slow”