Rhassoul Clay

Rhassoul Clay Stone
The Rhassoul clay originates from a 100% natural & ecological rock, known for its natural soothing & cleansing benefits since the 13th century.

The Rhassoul Clay, A Source Of Natural Benefits From The Heart Of The Earth

Ghassoul (pronounced ” Rhassoul”), is a natural mineral clay which has natural cleansing properties and means “the washer” in Arabic.

The only known and actual location in the world where the Rhassoul clay is found, is located in northern Morocco (in the Middle Atlas mountains to be exact).

The Rhassoul is a natural rock, 100% ecological, known for its amazing natural soothing and cleansing properties. Its use is nothing new to the natives in Morocco as it dates back to the thirteenth century.

Mixed with water Rose water or jasmine for variation, The Rhassoul Clay (also Ghassoul or Rassoul) turns into an ultra gentle natural care product to wash face, body and hair without any negative side effects or damage.

This amazing natural gift has been used for centuries by Eastern, but mainly by Moroccan women, to clean, cleanse, tone and smoothly nourish their skin and hair.

Today, the Rhassoul clay starts to be known to the Western world for its astringent, absorbent and soothing qualities.

It has also always been an essential element of the traditional bath (Hammam) kit of the Moroccan women, just like black soap and Kessa glove.

Rhassoul: A Clay With The Ancestral Cosmetic Benefits…

Ghassoul Clay Pack
The Ghassoul clay pack sold in the souks in Morocco.

In Europe, where the demand for natural products is growing, Rhassoul clay is rapidly gaining ground and becoming one of the most sought-after natural clays. Especially that it meets the strict Western criteria for natural beauty products.

Furthermore, mineralogical and chemical checks are carried out regularly to help ensure its safety.

In addition, the Rhassoul clay / Ghassoul even got the U.S. Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association standards’ (CTFA) as well as the Ecocert labels, which govern the cosmetics industry.

Sold in the Moroccan souks, Rhassoul clay occurs in large clumps of dark gray or light gray. In its raw state, it is also sold as a powder or tablets called “M’siyek” and “M’siyeq”.

As to the processed versions, the Ghassoul / Rhassoul clay is often cleaned, sun-dried over days and flavored by adding various kinds of dried flowers and other ingredients.

No wonder this amazing God-sent natural gift is a widely appreciated product, especially among All-Natural products’ aficionados.

At The Beginning Was The Earth

Ghassoul Clay – Origin


  1. Jessica says

    Hello Dear,

    I received my parcel last week and I already used the clay following your homemade recipe.
    It works great. My hair is ideally moisturized and way less tangled than before. Also my scalp is not itchy anymore.

    Thank you also for the goodies by the way ;)

    • Clayman says

      Thank you for your valuable feedback Jessica! We’re thrilled you like the Rhassoul clay and the goodies.

      Till next time!

  2. Warda says

    Thanks for the excellent information you are providing here :)

    Do you also deliver to the UAE?
    I have been searching for Rhassoul clay around here, but I couldn’t find the 100% pure one yet!

    Please respond!!

    • Clayman says

      Hi Warda,

      Yes we deliver to the whole Middle-East including UAE.

      To order, simply send me a message via our contact form and I’ll provide you with all the necessary information ;)


  3. jannette says

    I discovered your website through a friend (and colleague) who recommended me your clay, and what can I say, I can’t thank you enough for the customer service, for the product quality as well as for the bonus you’ve shipped with my clay – a No-Brainer!!! :)
    It’s really really AWESOME and my skin is thanking me everyday for it.

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