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Now for the good stuff, as I promised yesterday I would try to post some more about the products I love from Anita Grant so I decided to share my Rhassoul clay mask because it’s a double function clay it’s moisturizing but also cleansing so you’re getting the best of both worlds.
50 grams of Rhassoul clay
30 ml of ylang ylang floral water
60 ml of warm peppermint tea
5 ml of Japanese camellia kissi oil
Mix together with a wooden spoon, then use a milk foamer to get an even, smooth, creamy consistency. You can mix it with the spoon only and it will be fine, I just like using the milk foamer.
I used these ingredients because they may have antiinflammatory properties and sebum regulation properties so I figured they would be good for an itchy scalp or just to gently clarify.
All products used are from Anita Grant except the tea.
Apply to dry hair and massage your scalp to remove product build up. Leave it on for at least 5 minutes and up to an hour. You can follow up with a shampoo like I do or your regular conditioner. For this wash day I used the Anita Grant Aloe Vera conditioning shampoo.
I hope you have enjoyed this little recipe where I showcase some of the products I mentioned yesterday for the holiday sales.