Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipe for All Skin Types (Including Sensitive, Dry or Maturing Skin!)
I formulated this homemade, natural Rhassoul clay mask recipe especially for those with maturing, dry and even sensitive skin. I use red Rhassoul clay as it’s suitable for all skin types, even if you have sensitive, dry or maturing skin. It makes a wonderful weekly or monthly addition to your beauty regimen for natural skin care.
Skin Care Benefits of Rhassoul Clay
Mineral rich, cleansing and detoxifying, Rhassoul clay helps to rebalance dry flaky or mature skin, improve texture and elasticity and can help soothe skin for those suffering from eczema or psoriasis. It can also help to reduce the appearance of under eye bags. I combined Rhassoul clay with botanical ingredients and natural essential oils, as well as soothing colloidal oatmeal, for the perfect Rhassoul clay mask recipe for just about everyone.
Natural Rhassoul Clay Mask Recipe
© Rebecca D. Dillon
2 oz. red Rhassoul clay
1 Tablespoon lavender blossoms
1 Tablespoon chamomile flowers
1 Tablespoon calendula petals
1 Tablespoon colloidal oatmeal
8 drops bergamot essential oil
8 drops lavender essential oil
8 drops frankincense essential oil
Tools & Materials:
Ready to make this easy Rhassoul clay mask recipe? You will need a few supplies and materials in addition to the ingredients listed.
- Digital Scale
- Tablespoon Measuring Spoon
- Graduated Transfer Pipettes or Dropper
Directions for Making This Clay Mask Recipe:
Using a digital kitchen scale, weigh out 2 oz. of clay into a container. Then measure out 1 Tablespoon each of the lavender, chamomile and calendula flowers and place into a food processor or coffee grinder. Grind into a powder and add to the clay. Measure out the colloidal oatmeal and add to the clay as well. Using a dropper or pipette, add eight drops each of the bergamot, lavender and frankincense essential oils. Mix well with a fork, then place into an airtight container.
How to Use Your Rhassoul Clay Mask:
To use your Rhassoul clay mask, simply mix two Tablespoons of clay with one Tablespoon of water, milk, green tea or aloe vera juice. Apply to face and allow to sit for 10 to 15 minutes. Finally using a damp washcloth gently remove the mask and pat dry.
To gift, simply apply a homemade label or sticker to the front of your Rhassoul clay mask container. You can even wrap a strip of washi tape around the jar!
You can find hinged 2 oz. jars similar to the one I used at the Dollar Tree here. I think they would be perfect inside of a gift basket as a Mother’s Day gift with other natural homemade bath and beauty products. Or tuck them inside your beauty conscious girl’s stocking as a Christmas gift. Alternately, they’d also be perfect tucked into a spa gift basket as bridesmaids gifts.
If you like my Rhassoul clay mask recipe, then be sure to pin this DIY facial mask to Pinterest for later.
More Natural Clay Mask Recipes
Also be sure to check out these other natural clay mask recipes.
- Carrot & Rosehip Oil Clay Mask Recipe with French Green Clay
- Nutrient Rich Clay Face Mask Recipes with Rhassoul & French Green Clay
- Anti-Aging Yogurt Face Mask Recipe with Kaolin Clay
- Activated Charcoal Detox Face Mask Recipe with Kaolin Clay
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February 19, 2014 at 11:01 pm
How long will the home made clay masks last and what essentials oils do u use?
Rebecca D. Dillon
February 20, 2014 at 1:19 pm
It should last a year stored properly and kept as a dry, not mixed, product. The essential oils are listed within the recipe.
December 9, 2014 at 12:20 am
Hi. I’m having trouble finding calendula flower powder. Any good substitute for this? Thank you!
Rebecca D. Dillon
December 9, 2014 at 1:18 am
Mountain Rose Herbs sells calendula flower powder here. Otherwise the blooms are rather easy to find in summer or you can grow your own!
December 16, 2014 at 9:50 pm
How much does it make? How many containers should I get and what size?
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