Moroccan Rhassoul clay is mined only in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It's a natural mineral clay used by Moroccan women for centuries to care for their skin and hair. Softening and regenerating skin as it removes toxins and dead skin cells it is highly prized in spas throughout the world.
|Atlas Mountains of Morocco|
You can even wash your face with this natural clay, 1/4 tsp and water mixed and you're good to go.
|Rhassoul clay photo found at hildablue.com|
Orange essential oil is well known for it's uplifting sunny disposition! It smiles at us and we smile back! Who can resist it's fresh, soothing qualities?
Essential oils are absorbed into our bodies through our nose, and the pores in our skin and hair follicles,
where they enter our bloodstream and begin their route through our body. In this soap recipe I used orange oil as an uplifting rejuvenating scent and for it's outstanding natural properties.
It stimulates blood circulation which in turn promotes the production of collagen. Also known to be helpful to sooth dry irritated skin, as well as acne prone skin as it inhibits microbial growth.
In this recipe I paired pure Orange essential oil with Rhassoul clay to make a nourishing, moisturizing, class-act natural soap bar.
Made with calendula tea for it's liquid phase.... I added Coconut oil, Olive oil, Castor oil and Grapeseed oil infused with Calendula petals .............. a lovely balanced home spa soap,
with a fresh natural orange scent.
|Ahhhhhh ................ Morocco|