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Saturday, 26 March 2016
Rhassoul Clay vs Bentonite Clay for Natural Hair
Another issue I had with it was the fact that it didn't rinse off my hair as quickly and sometimes I had to use a cowash cleansing conditioner to get rid of any other residue.
When I got introduced to Rhassoul clay, the first time, I mixed it the wrong way, with a thick conditioner. Let me just say, I had the worst experience ever!! My usual black hair was brown, like someone colored it!! I was so scared. Then, I tried a different way of mixing it using just Aloe Vrera Juice and oils. I was in LOVE!!! Unlike its counterpart, my hair didn't require any additional rinse, it was soft, curls were PoPping! and my hair totally loved it.
How I mixed it:
I haven't used Bentonite clay on my hair since I started using Rhassoul clay. I only use it as my facial masque. Click here to see how I use it
By the way, the clays can be used on kids hair, just make sure to not get it in their eyes. Click to see how I apply it to my youngest daughter's hair.
Have you ever used Rhassoul Clay or Bentonite Clay?