Sunday, November 1, 2015

What's in the Atlas Mountains


The above pic is a little clue to what's coming up. We are looking at a view of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco – where the ingredient we are going to be focusing on comes from.

Here's a little clue: it's used for both skin care and hair care and has been for ages.

Yeah, I know, that wasn't much of a clue, but all will be revealed very soon. Promise!

Happy November!

5 comments:

María Zamora said...

Rhassoul clay!!
It should be. It's an absolute must for me, and although I shouldn't say I couldn't live without it, I wouldn't change it for another.
Or it could be also argan oil, but I think it's the rhassoul.

Tina Rasmussen, CPH said...

I have no clue but María's guess sound good! I have rhassoul clay but have not used it for much so I'd love to learn more :-)

Lise M Andersen said...

María wins the brownie button! Yes! :)
Tina- ooh rhassoul in your soaps would be so cool to try!

Anonymous said...

That was my first thought also. I love my rheas soul clay. I don't use it often enough though.
JNC

Lise M Andersen said...

JNC- you are already set up to get straight to business with what we're going to be doing then. :)