Monday, April 4, 2011
I am really excited about my latest soap: Rhassoul facial soap. This soap has all kinds of good-for-your-skin stuff in it: olive oil, shea butter and coconut milk. But what makes this soap extra special is the addition of Rhassoul clay.
Also known as Moroccan lava clay, Rhassoul clay has been used for centuries as a soap, shampoo, and hair conditioner. It is rich in trace minerals, silica, magnesium, potassium and calcium, the necessary components of healthy skin. It cleanses, detoxifies, reduces redness and flakiness and improves skin clarity, texture and elasticity.
Four bars of rhassoul soap are now curing and will be in my shop in about 4 weeks. The curing process results in a milder and longer- lasting bar of soap. It should be five bars but I'm keeping one for myself. I can do that, you know.