Thursday, June 18, 2015

Zakia's Morocco- Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask Powder Review

Over the past year or so, I have tried numerous clay and mud masks. They all are a little bit different. Some tingle when applied, some smell funny, some smell nice, and others are just right. I would say this one is perfect. It takes a little bit of practice to figure out the proper mixture ratio. I think it is easiest to start out with the powder and slowly add water until you get the consistency that you are looking for. While it may be a more tricky to use a powder mask mix, you definitely get a lot more for your money. You would be surprised by how little powder it takes to make enough for your face.
After mixing up the mask, I applied it to my face and allowed it to dry for about 10 minutes before rinsing it off. I did end up with a few red spots on my face, which was indicated in the instructions. Evidently, it is the Ghassoul thoroughly detoxifying your skin! After about 15 minutes the redness had faded and I was left with smooth, clear skin. I do like the results of this mask.

The instructions also included alternative uses for the clay mask. These included using it as a hair mask or even a complete body mask. I had never heard of using a clay mask in your hair. It helps to remove excess oils, treat split ends, and to improve the overall health of your scalp and hair. It would make sense that it helps remove built up oils, I may have to give it a try sometime!

One thing I really love about Zakia's Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask is that it is 100% natural. The only ingredient is Moroccan Lava Clay. If you are interested in purchasing, be sure to check out for more information. The Ghassoul Clay Mask Powder is available for purchase HERE.

Disclaimer: I received this product from in exchange for my honest review. All opinions conveyed are my own genuine impressions.


  1. I love Zakia's Morocco products - their Moroccan Black Soap is terrific as well!

  2. I would love to try a clay mask. Thanks for the tip on mixing it.