Hammam Jasmine Rose Rhassoul Clay


Hammam Jasmine Rose Rhassoul Clay

SKU: 14213

Wrap the body from head to toe in this detoxifying blend of rhassoul clay, essential oils of rose, eglantine, jasmine, blue tansy, ylang ylang and clove. Rhassoul clay is a red lava clay found only in eastern Morocco deep beneath the Atlas Mountains. Its gentle astringent, stimulating and polishing effects help draw impurities from deep within, leaving the skin with a healthy balance and freshly smooth surface. Blended with deep-sea algae, aloe vera extract and vitamin e, which are protective humectants, to soften and hydrate, the skin is detoxified, toned and balanced.
The experience of using red flower hammam for seven days offers such deep detoxification that it leaves the body feeling as light and euphoric as a three day fast.
moroccan rhassoul clay, natural clay, cetearyl alcohol, cetearyl glucoside, sea algae extract, hibiscus oil, glycerin, arachidyl alcohol, behenyl alcohol, arachidyl glucoside, yeast extract, aloe vera gel, eglantine oil, rose oil, jasmine oil, moroccan blue tansy oil, rose geranium oil, ylang ylang oil, palmarosa oil, clove bud oil, patchouli oil.

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Red Flower was created from a deep-rooted love of the land and spirituality, as well as a sense of science and holistic medicine. They are founded on the principles of world traditions, sustainable sourcing, ritual, well-being and aesthetics. They offer a new approach to the concept of beauty and grooming. Something that cannot be bottled, but is embraced. Red Flower is a calling. A ceremony to feel all of the senses. A moment taken to reconnect and restore.

Red Flower offers an ever-evolving line of flower body washes, lotions and skin care that is botanically based, 100 percent vegetarian and paraben-free.

Red Flower was founded by Yael Alkalay with a vision for people to create ritual and beauty in their everyday lives. Focusing on both the internal and the external, always searching and trying to find, Yael believes that true indulgence is personal and takes a lifetime.