Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Moroccan Beauty Products Review & Giveaway

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A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.
The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

Detoxification is important to your skin, as well as your body.  The Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask is a weekly mask, that's made out of natural and organic clay from deep inside the Ancient Atlas Mountains of Morocco!  It's the perfect skin treatment for cleaning, detoxifying, toning and rejuvenating.  It certainly gives your skin a beautiful healthy glow!  The clay is a mineral rich, light brown clay that blends well with water, making it easy to spread across your skin.  You can even use it in your shampoo!  Just mix a small amount of the clay into your favorite shampoo.

Give Your Skin The Beauty It Deserves, With The Moroccan Beauty Products!

For this review, I received one jar of the Zakia's Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Powder!  I put some of the clay into a bowl and added water to it, making sure I got out all of the lumps.  Make sure you use a plastic or wooden spoon.  Then I just started spreading it all over my neck and face, letting it dry for about 20 minutes.  The mask will feel tight and a little itchy.  After it drys, I just washed it off, with a warm wash cloth.  Then I rubbed jojoba oil all over my neck and face to moisturize my skin.  This is a great product and I enjoyed using it, so I would recommend it!

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