Ghassoul (pronounced “rassoul”) comes from the Arabic word “ghassala” which means “to wash”.
It is a saponiferous clay (which has a cleaning power) whose only deposit currently known in the world is in Morocco, on the edge of the Middle Atlas 200 km south of the city of Fez.
It is a natural rock, 100% ecological, known for its softening and cleaning properties, whose exploitation goes back to the past. Rhassoul has been used for several centuries by oriental women, mainly Moroccan, to gently clean, purify, tone and nourish their skin and hair.
Mixed with water, Ghassoul transforms into an ultra-gentle treatment to wash without damaging the face, body and hair.