The clay treatments are not only deeply relaxing, they can improve the health and vitality of your skin and hair. If you've never treated yourself to a spa break, or you've simply yet to enjoy this indulgent muddy miracle, you might be unsure what to expect.

After application, you can sit back, close your eyes and unwind (usually for 30-45 minutes) to allow the clay to do its work. Calming music starts playing and additional bursts of steam will fill the room periodically in order to keep the mud damp and pliable. Towards the end of your treatment, a ceiling shower turn on to indicate that it is time to rinse off.

The increasing popularity of clay spa treatments is hardly surprising considering the extensive list of benefits the mineral-rich mud provides:

- Soothes the symptoms of many skin ailments: Spa clays are naturally anti-inflammatory and has analgesic properties, meaning its use can greatly reduce the symptoms of many skin complaints, including eczema and psoriasis.
- Detoxification: Spa clay has a naturally powerful, negative electromagnetic charge. The majority of toxins under skin have a positive charge. This makes Rhassoul treatments ideal for drawing out impurities and detoxifying your skin.
- Naturally antimicrobial: Spa clay is antimicrobial and is known to kill viruses, protecting your skin from attack without damaging individual skin flora.
- Dead skin cell removal: Spa clays have fine grit which will exfoliate your skin, encouraging the shedding of dull and tired cells, brightening your complexion.
- Reduction of sebum secretion: The clay is also ideal for preventing overactive sebum secretion in your skin and scalp, which can lead to both oily hair and acne.
- Tightening of pores: Spa clay also tightens large, open pores which are not just an aesthetic complaint but also make your skin more prone to spots and other blemishes.
- Softer, hydrated skin: The nourishing and emollient properties of Spa clay will rehydrate your skin, boosting its condition, appearance and elasticity.
- Improved skin deodorization: Regular use of Spa clays can lead to less reliance on deodorant spray, for it has natural deodorizing effects

A Mud baths date back to ancient Egypt, when Cleopatra frequently added Dead Sea mud to her skin treatments. A Clay particles contain an electrical charge that, when applied to the skin, helps absorb heavy and radioactive metals and free radicals. A Clay comes in a variety of colors, from orange-red to brown, gray and white. Mud usually only appears in shades of brown, gray or white.

When mud and clay are applied to the skin and left to dry, they have an inherent ability to draw out toxins, excessive oils and potentially harmful bacteria. Mud and clay also tend to have naturally high mineral and nutrient contents, which can encourage healing, alleviate inflammation and offer protection. For instance, Dead Sea mud has high concentrations of magnesium, calcium and potassium, which- among other benefits-can help reduce the appearance of cellulite.


The most common varieties of clay found in skincare treatments are bentonite clay, which absorbs excess sebum; kaolin clay, which boosts circulation to brighten the skin; and French green clay for exfoliation and tightening pores. Almost every skin type can benefit from these effects, as both mud and clay refine and contract pores for overall smoothness. Clients with sensitive skin, in particular, often see reduced redness and swelling, resulting in a calmer complexion.

We will build your Healing Clay Bath in a design exactly adapted to your ideas. Contact us, we will be happy to advise you and provide our services.