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NEW! Less - Moroccan Washing Clay

25.00
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NEW! Less - Moroccan Washing Clay

25.00

1 kg of finely ground Moroccan washing clay. "Ghassoul" (pronounced Rasul) is a spa-quality, millennia-old clay that exists only in the Moroccan Atlas Mountains and that has unique cleansing properties. Due to the special constitution of its micro-molecules, it effectively binds and removes excess lipids and impurities from your skin without destroying the sensitive protective layer of the skin. The skin is cleansed deep into the pores, retains its moisture and the ability to repel external pollutants. Since Ghassoul contains neither surface-active substances nor preservatives, it is the gentlest way of cleaning besides pure water. Ghassoul is used by the best spas worldwide for their therapeutic benefits. At Less we only use the finest ghassoul, refined and micronized to a smooth, almost silky tone. Stored dry, it can be stored indefinitely. For external use only.

HOW TO USE:

Fill the shallow bowl with two scoops of Ghassoul and add four scoops of hot water. Without stirring, let the mixture soak and cool down for 3 minutes. Spread the mud on wet face and spare. Spare eyes and lips. Rinse off after a brief exposure time. Residues in the bathroom can easily be washed off.

BLOS SAYS:

For the storage of the washing clay a container made of light-gray ceramic and honed walnut can be used. The container is designed by architect Vincent van Duysen and is made in his home country Belgium.

Vegan

The container has to be purchased separately. You can find it here.

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1 kg of finely ground Moroccan washing clay. "Ghassoul" (pronounced Rasul) is a spa-quality, millennia-old clay that exists only in the Moroccan Atlas Mountains and that has unique cleansing properties. Due to the special constitution of its micro-molecules, it effectively binds and removes excess lipids and impurities from your skin without destroying the sensitive protective layer of the skin. The skin is cleansed deep into the pores, retains its moisture and the ability to repel external pollutants. Since Ghassoul contains neither surface-active substances nor preservatives, it is the gentlest way of cleaning besides pure water. Ghassoul is used by the best spas worldwide for their therapeutic benefits. At Less we only use the finest ghassoul, refined and micronized to a smooth, almost silky tone. Stored dry, it can be stored indefinitely. For external use only.

HOW TO USE:

Fill the shallow bowl with two scoops of Ghassoul and add four scoops of hot water. Without stirring, let the mixture soak and cool down for 3 minutes. Spread the mud on wet face and spare. Spare eyes and lips. Rinse off after a brief exposure time. Residues in the bathroom can easily be washed off.

BLOS SAYS:

For the storage of the washing clay a container made of light-gray ceramic and honed walnut can be used. The container is designed by architect Vincent van Duysen and is made in his home country Belgium.

Vegan

The container has to be purchased separately. You can find it here.

WHY LESS?

Skin and hair form naturally. To ensure maximum skin-tolerance of LESS products, all ingredients are 100% natural and obtained purely mechanically through mining (Washing clay) and cold pressing (Face oils). No single ingredient has been produced by refining, distillation or synthesis. LESS products are beautiful and effective because of their simplicity and potent natural ingredients. The ingredients dictate durability, smell and texture of the products—not the other way around. Our products are blended in small batches and shipped promptly to our worldwide customers to ensure the purest, gentlest and most natural skin care.


INGREDIENTS:

100% pure Ghassoul Clay

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