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Ghassoul For Hair

Category: Clay Discoveries
Posted: 2007-10-08 20:14

This is, seriously, one of the best kept secrets! And, I am asking you to share it with everyone you know!

Now, I too am using Ghassoul (pronounced rassool) for my hair with more regularity, finally. My skepticism has been washed clean with proof found on my own head.

This remarkable clay is used instead of soap and shampoo. Unlike most other clays used in face and body packs, Ghassoul will not dry out your skin and hair.

A Ghassoul Paste, when used regularly, leaves your hair so very soft and shiny, enhances its volume, gradually reduces the need for frequent hair washing, removes dandruff, and eases problems of excessively oily hair. All this with no pharmacological ingredients!

Ghassoul clay is a smectic or swelling clay. It is very rich in trace minerals. (more info on this coming)

For best results with medium to long hair: you will want to use Ghassoul to clean your hair and scalp for a few months until the older, damaged hair has grown out. Meanwhile, the use of a natural cream moisturizer (a tiny bit scrunched in lightly, like hair mousse) as a leave-in conditioner is recommended (or another mild hair conditioner of your choice) as the hair you have now is dry and damaged. When using Ghassoul for the first while your hair will want to cling together like well-cooked spaghetti. By using Ghassoul for a few weeks you will be growing much healthier hair that will require less and less conditioning over time.

Men and women with short hair also enjoy the nourishing benefits of using a natural cream moisturizer as a leave-in conditioner.

I encourage you to give it a try and continue your personal exploration with healthier living from the OutsideIN!
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