Green Clay Mask
Green clay has a low mineral content and is rich in iron oxide to rebalance, stimulate and purify the skin. Well-known for its absorbent power, it is suitable for greasy skins as it regulates excess sebum. Green clay is mainly used as a base for face masks and body wraps, but may also be used on the hair.
With its remineralising, regenerative and revitalising properties, it’s the most versatile clay. This natural care product cleans and purifies greasy skin deep down and treats small spots.
On greasy hair, it’s cleansing and absorbent. Clay is mainly used diluted in water to make masks to apply to the required area, on the face or hair.
ILLITE, MONTMORILLONITE, KAOLIN.
HOW TO USE
"Adapted to oily skin , green clay is mainly used diluted with water to make masks for the face and hair .
Warning: in order not to neutralize certain properties of clay, use ceramic, wooden or plastic utensils for making your masks rather than metal."
How is Aleppo Soap made?
Aleppo soap is made of olive oil and bay laurel oil which gives it its emerald green colour. Once the paste Is cut, the soap is dried for a minimum of 9 months. During this time, the soap oxidizes at the surfaces and develops a yellow/brown colour. You can visit our blog of full description on how Aleppo soaps are made.
Is Najel Vegan?
Yes! All of Najel products are vegan friendly and 100% cruelty free.
How do I pick the right Aleppo soap for my skin type?
For daily use of Aleppo soap for oily or normal to combination skin, we recommend using a soap with a low percentage of bay laurel oil (BLO). For example, Najel’s 100% Olive Soap, 5% BLO or 12% BLO which makes it suitable to use for the whole family.
An Aleppo soap with a high percentage of bay laurel oil (30% and above) is more suitable for dry, sensitive, and reactive skins.