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REVIEW || Zakia Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask + Giveaway

Moroccan what?!? That was my first question when I first received Zakia's Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask. I was sent this product by Zakia to try it out, review it and bring you guys a giveaway! 

First thing first..what in the world is Ghassoul?
Ghassoul or rhassoul is a mineral clay mined from the Atlas Mountains that's often used in Moroccan treatments for the hair, skin and body. Ghassoul is effective for minimizing sebum secretions, tightening pores, softening the skin and removing dead skin cells. Add that into a clay mask and I think we've got a pretty good setup. Zakia also says the mask is designed to remove facial impurities such as blackheads.

How-to Use
This is the first mask I've ever used that came in powder form and that requires mixing. For that reason, I'd say this is good for those pamper nights unless you just have ample time and no life, like myself. The directions are to mix the powder with a bit of water until you get a smooth paste similar to thin cookie dough. I used one tablespoon of powder mixed with two tablespoons of water to make a decent amount for my face.

The After-Math
Although Zakia stated the mask could leave the skin reddish for 10-15mins from detoxifying, I didn't experience any redness. After using Zakia's Moroccan Ghassoul Clay Mask, my skin felt the tightest it has ever felt. The mask left my skin glowing and it felt so much cleaner. I was having a few chin breakouts which cleared up much faster than they would have normally cleared up without the mask.

Zakia was just lovely to give me a discount code for my readers. Use code ZMBLOG-151 to receive 20% off all products during the next 30 days. On top of the discount, Zakia is offering a giveaway for 10 winners to win a $50 gift card each to their store. 

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Have you ever used any Moroccan products? If not, what facial masks have you used recently? 


  1. This sounds really neat, I like the idea of detoxifying and tightening at the same time! It might not be the best option for my dry skin, but I'll definitely be taking a look at their website and seeing what other masks they offer! Thanks for sharing lovely, x Krista

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  2. I have combination skin; my t-zone gets oily and the other areas get super dry! Even though my skin can get really dry, this mask didn't have any bad effects on it.

  3. Sinéad Danielle ✿June 10, 2015 at 2:41 PM

    Ooh this sounds amazing, I'm always on the lookout for products that help with blackheads as they're the ultimate bane of my life!

    Sinéad xo ♥ fabuleuse, toujours ♥

  4. Thanks for commenting xx


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