Rhassoul clay experience


I am so late with this! I have recently gotten into Clays for hair cleansing and conditioning. I know I’m about how many years late ( excuse is I don’t like to follow trends and the hype, if I discover it good if not then hey I’m saving my coins!).

From Curlvolution (check out my previous post), I got rhassoul and bentonite clay from SheaButter Cottage. I have heard of both of them before but never got around to buying and trying them. I got 100g packets each and today been wash day I decided to put it to use. I’m sure everyone knows the benefits of these by now so I am just going straight into my experience and thoughts on it.

I used the rhassoul clay today and mixed it with one part ACV, Aloe Vera juice and about 1 table spoon of my oil mix (castor oil, olive oil and spearmint oil). I used the whole pack which was just about enough for my hair (4c, medium thickness and shoulder length). I mixed mine to an almost liquid consistency (huh? Lol not too runny or thick) and applied to my hair in sections about 12 in total. I let this sit on my head for about 1 hour I think and washed it out. I covered my hair with plastic bags for the 1st 45 minutes. Prior to this, I had detangled my hair with coconut oil- this works perfectly well to detangle- I saturated my hair with it and finger detangled and most of the shed hair just slipped out the only con is- the application is messy! I looked like I had just been anointed lol! It was fine when the oil was still solidified but when it got to melting boii! Lol. I did this because I wanted to use the clay for its cleansing properties so I did not want to detangle with conditioner and have to wash that out.


The application process is not as messy as henna but wear an old t-shirt and cover the floor with old paper- don’t worry it doesn’t stain clothing or walls. Also use gloves to protect your hands. Mix the product in a plastic bowl with a plastic spoon. I washed with water until the water was clear and I also co –washed afterwards to make sure I got all the clay out


Almost immediately I noticed curl definition when I applied the clay. It goes onto the hair quite easily as in you don’t need too much time to work it in (Is that even a thing? Do I know what I’m talking about? Lol, it makes sense in my head lol). It dries quite quickly and doesn’t harden as much as I thought it would.



graphic picture lol, i had woken up about 30 mins ago

The big question- did it cleanse my scalp? Hmm I would give it a 6/10 for that. My scalp looked clean the day before but today this post is a day late btw) as my hair is dry I have seen some dandruff/clay. I’m not sure which is which but it looks like my scalp was not thoroughly cleansed. My hair though feels very soft and dried very quickly- I’m not sure if this is a benefit of the clay or not but I didn’t do anything different other than use the clay. Conditioning properties- 10/10! No deep conditioner has left my hair as soft as this!

Verdict- I would say if you have little product build up then go for it for cleansing. It did clean most of my build up but not thoroughly. Also if you are looking to condition your hair, this will work wonders for you. It’s almost like a 2 in 1 product- cleanse and condition, so if you’re short of time rhassoul clay is for you!

Check out SheaButter Cottage- http://www.sheabuttercottage.com/home.php

I totally forgot to measure my hair! Its now done! Urgh! This months update will be a bit late.

Until next time,





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Hello there and welcome to my blog! My name is Sarah Fynn and I am the creator of this blog. So a bit about me, I LOVE travelling, all things hair and beaut. I love LOVE science! This blog came about as I began to transition to natural hair way back in 2011(Well it isn’t that long ago really lol). This blog will focus on 4 main areas Natural Hair. This area will have a diverse range of topics e.g. product reviews and recommendations, tips, advice and virgin hair review (my go to protective style) Lifestyle. This area is mainly poetry, inspiration and anything that doesn’t quite fit the other 3 areas Events. This is self-explanatory really. I will be covering events for my blog about natural hair, beauty and fashion or the odd event I find interesting Travel. Of course I will be bringing you posts on my adventures around the world! One of my goals is go to every single country! My travel posts may not be as regular as I would like (money problems lol) so in the meantime I will be talking about how to budget/plan and organise a trip! With any area, my aim is to INSPIRE you to either travel or go to an event even if it’s you alone, or to let you know your natural hair journey CAN BE SIMPLE! (Eek! I will try my bestest with that part)! Here you will find simple and straight forward information without the technical jargon or wooh-tah (seriously don’t you just hate that?) So don’t be a stranger and SUBSCRIBE its free. I make sure I post regularly unless I have had a very stressful week/month. Leave any comments or drop me an email to say hi, I would love to hear from you. If you’re a company/blogger and you’re interested in working with me, believe I want to too! Drop me an email if I don’t get to you first lol (I hope that doesn’t sound creepy) Email- sarah_fynn@hotmail.com Thanks for visiting and have a blessed day. Love Sarah.

4 thoughts on “Rhassoul clay experience”

  1. Did you wash it off with warm water? If you didn’t that could account for the dryness because there will be clay residue. I did not know Sheabutter Cottage are in Ghana now! Where can i find them?


    1. hi Aba thanks for your comment. it didnt leave my hair dry at all. what i meant was after my hair finished drying, as in air dry i saw some flakes on my scalp. I’m not sure if they are in Ghana , I know they source some of thier products from Ghana. I live in the UK. Check her website, maybe she can help you with that.


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