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The Ambre Rhassoul Clay Face Mask is a face mask which contains Rhassoul (or Ghassoul) clay which comes from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. It is a highly esteemed and popular SPA treatment known around the world for its rejuvenating, cleansing and nourishing properties. Rhassoul is extremely high in minerals such as Silica, Magnesium, and Calcium, which are known to help tone the skin and improve its resilience. With a high absorption ratio, this clay is a superior detoxifier and efficiently draws toxins, absorbs excess oils and impurities from the skin. I used this mask for three treatments. Suitable for all types of skin, including sensitive, for vegetarians and vegans.

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To apply it they advise you to add water until the clay turns into a thin paste. What I used instead of normal water was rose infused water because my skin is very sensitive. Then I applied it on my face with a brush and wait until the mask dried ( 10 – 15 minutes ). I rinse everything off with warm water then I applied the Luxurious Oils Blend Vitamins & Fatty Acids Rich Face Serum, previously reviewed here.

photo_1 – oh, look! there’s a little troll with a mask on her face! classssy!

This mask really smooths the skin and absorbs all the impurities, and if you have any spots at their incipient stages, this will bring them to the surface immediately and allow a faster heal time. It also brightened up my dull face. This has successfully replaced my favourite REN clay face mask.

See you soon, beautiful!

xx, Annie

INTERESTING FACT: Disambiguation. The complete name of this brand is Ambre Botanicals but if you find it only as Ambre it is ok because it is the same. It is just that Ambre alone was already a registered name so they had to call it Ambre Botanicals. You can read more on this independently owned raw skin and body care brand on my previous posts here and here.