Ingredients: Rhassoul Mud Slurry , Rapeseed oil; Sunflower oil; Coconut oil , Pumice Powder , Water (Aqua) , Kaolin , Perfume , Patchouli Oil , Vetivert Oil.
Lush Description: Waylander Rhassoul is a soap for preparing bodies for adventure, especially if theyve not seen daylight for a while. What they need is a lovely, clay based soap made with Rhassoul Mud from the Atlas Mountains, a traditional Moroccan skin and scalp treatment which works marvels on troubled skin – perfumed with earthy patchouli oil, with pumice powder mixed in so when the Rhassoul mud washes away the dirt youre left with a hard, rocky centre of ground pumice to scrub away rough skin. Use it on feet, hands, elbows and knees (especially before using fake tan). At this point you start up a new, soft, creamy, muddy bar and youll find that your skin has already transformed itself magically from dull to bright.
Review: This soap is the epitome of an ‘Earthy’ smell. Rasshoul smells of rich earth. Men would love this. And I love it. It’s a comforting and grounding scent.
This soap used to be called ‘Middle Earth Turns to Rock’. But they changed the name in 2008 after one of my fellow forum members held in high esteem, Simon, ‘Waylander’ was his forum name. He made his own armor.