Meet the Mask - Rhassoul and Aloe Vera Toner

This is a few chunks of rhassoul soaking up some aloe vera.

Rhassoul clay is a great cleanser for all skin types.  Combine it with Aloe Vera and honey for a soothing, toning, cleansing mask.

If you are not able to get hold of Aloe Vera juice, make an infusion of chamomile tea. It (obviously) won't be the same, but you'll still get a lovely deep cleansing and toning from the rhassoul and honey combo.

This is enough for one application for face and neck.


  • Rhassoul clay (in chunks or powder)
  • Aloe Vera juice
  • Raw honey


  • small container
  • teaspoon
  • tablespoon
  • smallish brush (for applying )
  • natural sponge (for removing )


  1. Put approx 2 tablespoons (about 30 ml) liquid into the small container
  2. Sprinkle/add a tablespoon + a teaspoon (about 25 gr) of the rhassoul clay and let it all sink into the water (to avoid lumps: do not stir until the liquid has absorbed the clay)
  3. Stir until you have an even mixture. If necessary, add liquid or clay to adjust to your desired texture.
  4. Add 1-2 teaspoons honey and stir until evenly distributed


Wash your face and neck with a good cleanser, then lightly patting the skin dry. 

Apply the mask with the brush (or back of a teaspoon), leaving the area around your eyes and lips free.
Let the mask sit about 15-20 minutes. Ideally, lie down and relax. This mask will crack a bit as it dries but do not let it dry on the skin.


Wet the natural sponge and carefully soften and remove the mask. 

Rinse and repeat until the mask is completely gone. 

Pat your face dry and apply a (non-alcoholic) skin tonic or spritz your face with a skin mist.
Finish with a good moisturizer or face oil.

Enjoy your fabulous skin!


kt679 said…
So, what are the added benefits for the skin from the honey and aloe vera?
LisaLise said…
Hi Katie,
Aloe Vera is an all-around skin soother that is tolerated by even the most sensitive skins and promotes healing, so it is a great liquid base for any mask. Honey is a fabulous skin moisturizer. I use an isolated honey moisturizer as an active ingredient for some of my products because it's easier to add in the form of a liquid to a product. For mask purposes, because it is made fresh and used immediately, 'real' honey is ideal.