Apply the rhassoul mask to the roots and lengths of your hair. Leave on for 5 to 10 minutes.
Before rinsing, pour a little water over your scalp and rub lightly to emulsify the mask. This step will help purify your scalp.
You can then rinse your whole head. The presence of the nourishing hair care product will help you remove all the rhassoul.
The benefits of rhassoul for your hair
Rhassoul is a genuinely natural shampoo. It is extremely gentle on the scalp, purifying it by absorbing sebum and impurities.
Unlike conventional shampoos, which contain surfactants, this clay (which does not) cleanses without damaging the scalp and sebaceous glands.
It will also strengthen your hair from the roots, giving it more thickness and volume, and making it softer and shinier.
If you have dry, devitalised hair, dandruff, or an irritated scalp, we recommend this washing method.
For which hair types?
As with the skin, rhassoul can be used on all hair types, but for hair that is already dry by nature, we recommend using it only on your scalp at the roots.
It is ideal if you have roots that re-grease quickly and helps you space out your shampoos.
If you have fine hair lacking volume, it will sheathe your hair from the roots downwards.
This clay will also help you detoxify your scalp, if you use a lot of products on it, such as oils or serums.
Your scalp will be much more receptive to the treatments that follow.
You can make the recipe up to 3 times from the ingredients listed above.