Moroccan Red Clay Soap

White Rock Soap Gallery

  • $ 6.00

Our 100% natural premium soap base now with the renowned power of Moroccan (Rhassoul) Red Clay!

Benefits and Uses

Moroccan Rhassoul clay (aka Red Clay) is a naturally occurring clay that has been in use for centuries. It is very rich in naturally occurring minerals and is an exceptional ingredient in skin and hair care products.

“Rhassoul” derives from the Arabic word for washing, “Rhassala.” It has been highly regarded for its incomparable ability to absorb impurities from the skin and hair while imparting highly beneficial and readily absorbed minerals.

According to findings from various studies, Moroccan Red Clay has been shown to lessen dryness, enhance skin clarity/elasticity and have extractive abilities (It removes surface oil and oil from inside and around clogged hair follicles) that confiscate impurities and unblock pores (even stubborn blackheads) resulting in a general smoothing of the surface skin.

With aging comes natural mineral depletion from your skin, Rhassoul clay is very rich in minerals such as Magnesium 25%, Sodium2.3%, Calcium 2.34%, Aluminum 2.47%, Silica 58% and Iron 0.64%. Moroccan Rhassoul clay hence is very vital in replenishing the depleted stores of these minerals which are responsible multiple skin benefits.

When used on hair, Red Moroccan Clay cleanses while removing impurities, and leaves hair bouncy and voluminous.

Our small batch soap base is crafted from all natural cold processed Olive, Almond, Castor, Coconut, and Palm oils with pure essential oils. This process helps to maintain the natural glycerin which makes it extremely moisturizing unlike commercial store bought soaps.

Clean up your soap with White Rock Soap Gallery’s Moroccan Clay Soap!

Disclaimer: The statements presented about this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The use of oils for the prevention or cure of disease has not been approved by the FDA or USDA. We therefore make no claims to this effect. The products offered are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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