1 tsp rhassoul (ghassoul) clay 1 tsp green clay 2 tsp ground rose petals (rose petal powder) 1 tsp honey full fat milk (add 1 tsp at a time to get the right consistency) Rose water (or water)
Optional - add a few drops of natural oil if you have dry skin - raspberry seed oil or grapeseed oil are light and nourishing.
1. Mix the clay’s and ground rose petal together in a tiny bowl.
2. Add the milk 1 teaspoon at a time to until you have a moist consistency (not too wet - still to add the rose water or water)
3. If using the oil - add now.
4. Add the rose water (or just water) 1 tsp at a time until you get a moist creamy consistency.. careful not to get it too wet or it’ll run off your face: )
5. Finally add the honey and mix the paste thoroughly.
6. Apply to your face in a gentle circular motion - avoiding the delicate skin around the eyes and lips.
7. Sit back and relax and leave the mask on for around 20 minutes or until it begins to feel tight and dry..whichever is sooner.. as once the mask starts to dry, your skin will start to re-absorb the toxins that the mask has gently drawn out of your skin.
8. Wipe away with a damp clean cotton wash cloth, or piece of cotton muslin..then rinse your face with warm water. Finish off with a splash of cold water to close the pores.
This mask smells divine and leaves your skin feeling so soft and fresh.. a lovely nourishing treat for the skin..
It's the first time I’ve made this.. it’s turned out there’s enough for 2 or 3 face-masks depending on how thickly you apply it - but definitely enough for 2 - so plenty for a little skin food for tomorrow.. or you could invite a friend round and share.. enjoying some girly time too : )
Rhassoul (ghassoul) clay is sourced from the atlas mountains in Morocco. It has wonderful cleansing and detoxifying properties, drawing out excess oils and impurities from deep within the skin. It also has a high mineral content, so is very nourishing.
You are standing at exactly the place towards which you have been traveling ~ for seven years or seventy years or seven hundred years.
Your reality is within you, it is not somewhere else. But to understand the point, sometimes it takes years. You knock on many doors before you come to your own door...and then you are puzzled, because this is the house you had left and this is the house you have been searching for ~Osho