Rhassoul-Crystal

Face & Body Exfoliant


Regular price $44.00

Skin awakening, yet gentle, our skin-refining exfoliant powder captures and helps remove impurities from the skin’s surface giving your complexion a smooth, soft and more refined appearance. This carefully crafted blend of mineral-rich rhassoul clay found in ancient deposits in the Atlas mountains of Morocco and finely ground crystalline silaceous earth from the ocean floor may be custom-blended for your individual skin tolerance with any liquid medium including water, cleanser or a face mask.

Key Ingredients

Moroccan rhassoul clay, Diatomaceous earth.

Complete Ingredients

Argilla (Moroccan rhassoul clay)†; diatomaceous earth (siliceous earth crystals)†

How To Use

Options: ( 1 ) Blend 1/4–1/2 tsp of exfoliant powder with twice as much water or other liquid and gently scrub damp skin for at least 1 minute, then rinse. ( 2 ) Mix powder in your cleanser and scrub gently. ( 3 ) Blend powder with any ISUN mask, leave mask on for 15-30 minutes, then apply water and scrub mask off. Rinse well.
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Rhassoul-Crystal

Regular price $44.00

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