Rhassoul Clay is a type of Clay that is mined from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is also a part of the smectite family of clays. It is also named "Moroccan Red Clay" or "Rhassoul Clay" because it is rich in minerals. The term "Rhassoul" comes from an Arabic term that means "to wash." The North African woman has managed to combine it with water to clean their body since Ancient times. Also, Rhassoul Clay is used to make the hairs bouncy and voluminous just because it is full of mineral components that negatively charge. The Turkish people use this Rhassoul Clay in their bath. At the same time, Indians and Australians use Rhassoul Clay in the form of Shampoo, Soap, Body and facial mask. This is the only Clay that holds a conditioning and detoxifying ingredient. In the United States of America, Rhassoul Clay is used as a washing base for Shampoo. While, in some other countries it is used as a facial mask that intends to soften the skin, eliminating dead cells, rebalancing the skin by stretching the pores, etc. This Rhassoul Clay is loaded with several constituents, including Silicon, Potassium, Calcium, and magnesium, which help nourish the skin and hair. The other advantages it gives is to eliminate the blackheads, intensely scrub the skin and crush the pores.