December 7, 2022

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Hibiscus and Fenugreek Rhassoul Clay [VIDEO]

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1/4 cup Rhassoul Clay (gray/pinkish/brown; NOT red/orange)
1/2 cup Hibiscus and Fenugreek infused water
5-7drops  Optiphen (optional if this will be used in 1 day)

INSTRUCTIONS

Preparation Required

# Put desired amounts of Fenugreek seed and Hibiscus flower in a heat safe bowl, jar or container
# Add hot water and let steep for 15-30 minutes
# Strain
# This what you will use to wet your Rhassoul clay

Continue…

# Add 1/4 cup Rhassoul clay to a container
# Add 1/4 cup – 1/2 cup Hibiscus and Fenugreek tea
# Mix well
# Use immediately or add 1/4 tsp Optiphen to the mix and use within 2-3 days

 

VIDEO

MY NOTES

# Ah ha!  THIS THIS THIS is the type of Rhassoul clay naturals are bragging about when they say it makes the hair super soft and detangles almost immediately

# I’ve used the red/orange clay also called “Rhassoul” and it doesn’t even compare to the feel of the grayish Rhassoul clay on my hair

#This Rhassoul is from MountainRoseHerbs.com

# It DOES seem like the clay has some type of slip to it, if that even makes sense.

# I like my clay mixes to be more on the liquid side instead of paste because it spreads better throughout my hair.  You can decide to only use 1/4 or 1/3 cup.  It’s totally up to you!

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Indigo
Indigo
4 years ago

Which one do u think is more moisturizing out of the pink, brown, and gray clay? Have u tried french green clay? Do u think that’s more moisturizing than rhassoul clay?

curlyteaconsult
curlyteaconsult
4 years ago
Reply to  Indigo

“gray/pinkish/brown” refers to whichever batch you may get. Because it is a natural product, the color may vary just slightly from batch to batch. Some people describe the clay as having a grayish tone. Others describe theirs as “brownish”. Some people say theirs has a slightly pink undertone, but is not red. Either way, the “Red Moroccan Clay” is not the Rhassoul clay that many people have raved about. I got mine from MountainRoseHerbs: https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/rhassoul-clay/profile

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