Hello my beautiful lights! I want to talk to you about the Ghassoul clay. A natural champagne used by Berber women many years ago and that my grandmother used all her life transmitting her beauty secrets to my mother and this to me. I want to know the benefits of Ghassoul for your hair.
Every woman knows that finding the right shampoo isn’t that easy. We seek to cleanse the hair and scalp without drying or damaging it and not only that, lately we also look for it to be naturally, free of harmful ingredients such as sulfate and silicone found in most commercial champu. This makes the hair beautiful at first but with its continued use it becomes weak, brittle and dull. Does this situation ring a bell with your hair?
Well, my girls, even if the Ghassoul clay sounds a little strange, that’s exactly what you were looking for for your hair.
What is Ghassoul Clay?
Ghassoul clay or rhassoul clay is one of the ancient beauty secrets of famous hammam rituals. It is a clay with numerous benefits extracted from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.Ghassoul is a 100% natural product that has been used for millennia in Morocco by Berber women to cleanse, increase body and volume, degreas hair. Ghassoul clay is a special clay with multiple benefits that surpass any other conventional clay. Ghassoul clay has very high amounts of trace elements and rich in vitamins A, C and E. And in minerals such as (silicon, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus…) .
Before you start using Ghassoul clay as a shampoo, there are a few things you should know.
“First, store-bought shampoos typically have a pH level of around 5-6, which closely resembles the natural pH of your hair. While this is a good thing, most of the time it is achieved using toxic surfactants like sodium laury sulfate. While the clay Ghassoul or Rhassoul Clay has a much higher pH that can leave the hair without shine and sticky at first. But remember, it’s a natural product that doesn’t use toxics like the other champagnes. Fortunately, it’s very simple to restore the natural pH of your hair after washing – read on to find out how.
When making the transition from conventional champagne to natural shampoo we will stop using silicone that many brands usually carry. Silicone coats hair like plastic to give it shine and slip. If you have been using a shampoo with silicone or other chemicals, your hair should be detoxed, a process that can take up to a few weeks, depending on the types of products used previously. During this process, the hair can feel very dry and tangled easily. As the follicles lose the silicone layer they will begin to absorb moisture, but this can take time,” heather says of Mommypotamus.com.
How is ghassoul clay used?
Now it’s time to prepare your natural shampoo!
How much Ghassoul Clay you’ll need depends on the length and type of hair you have. For example, normal medium-length hair needs about 2 tablespoons more clay water (if boiling better) for deeper cleansing. Add water gradually, while mixing everything together until smooth. And then you let it cool down. If you have a dry scalp you can add a few drops of Argan Oil to the mixture that will give you a plus of hydration. I suggest not applying ghassoul clay along the hair because it is not where the sebum is located and will only dry the hair. That part will be washed anyway when you rinse everything and the product comes down completely. Now it’s time to wash your hair, dry and moisturize.
Use argan oil as a serum to deeply nourish hair and treat tips. Thanks to its pure and high quality ingredients, this product will give you WOW hair.
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