Goddess Hair

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Bring out the beautiful goddess in you.

This herbal mask is all about self love and self care. Nourish your hair with 5 essential herbs for stronger, healthier and well defined hair strands. 

Cassia {strengthen} Amla {promote hair growth} Hibiscus {shine} Fenugreek {thicker hair} Rose Petal {balance} Aloe {moisture}

Quantity: 3.5 oz / 100 grams

Ingredients: cassia auriculata*, emblica officinalis*, hibiscus rosa sinensis*, rose centifolia, trigonella foenum graecum, aloe barbadensis leaf powder*

*organic in origin 

This mask can be used every 2-3 weeks. This will not color your hair.



Directions: Place the quantity of powder you'll need for your hair length (100 grams will be enough for shoulder length hair) in a bowl. Slowly add warm distilled water to your powder and mix well. Once your consistency meets that of pancake batter then your mix is ready to be used. Apply onto your hair (ideally clean and damp) by sections and thoroughly massage into your hair to reach your scalp. Allow this mask to be in your hair at least 60 minutes and up to 2 hours. Rinse/wash your hair thoroughly. Dry and style as usual. This mask can be used every 2-3 weeks. This will not color your hair.

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  • 5
    Hair miracle

    Posted by Lauretta on 17th Nov 2020

    I mixed the goddess hair powder with a conditioner for 2 hours. Funny it was red like blood ahaha. After rinsing my hair, it was so soft, my curls where defined and felt strong. I recommend it highly. The mix of herbs inside are the best so you won't be disappointed. Hair : 4C Porosity : high Color : black Length : short, shoulder Shampoo used before applying the product : mix of rhassoul and bentonite clay plus apple cider vinegar.

  • 5
    Great to clean head and to nourish hair

    Posted by Nobu on 8th Nov 2014

    After using soap in stead of shampoo and vinegar to neutralize the ph level of hair for a while, my scalp became out of control (oily but starting to have dandruff), my hair became very dry and rough. I tried this Argan Oil Rhassoul Mud with a hope to cleanse scalp as well as give much needed nourishment to my hair. I massaged the mud onto the scalp and waited for a few minutes and rinsed off in the shower. It felt so fresh as I was doing this, and the hair feels soft and smooth. I still need to put some camellia oil on the hair after drying it, maybe because my hair has been damaged so much. I will see how this will improve as I continue using this product. My hennaed colour seems a bit stripped, but the henna I used last two times was not from Henna Sooq, but from other cosmetic brand, and I didn't like it anyway, so stripping may be due to inferior quality of the henna. I will continue to use it and find out. I wonder if I can edit my review after some time, or this is a one shot review.. I am Asian with wiry hair that can get dry easily.

  • 5
    Great shampoo substitute

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Sep 2014

    After a few months of no more shampoo, and as an alternative to baking soda, I tried using this mud on my hair with great results. I usually give my hair a vinegar rinse. After a lifetime of itchy scalp - which I now understand was likely due to the multitude of shampoos I tried over the years, the mud or the soda works absolutely fine. I am Caucasian with fine straight hair and I would definitely recommend this product.