Clays have been used for centuries for cosmetic use, and are present in almost all traditional beauty regimens. They exfoliate, clean and invigorate the skin while improving blood circulation. Clay has the ability to absorb excess oils, dirt and harmful toxins from the skin.

Cosmetic clays are made up of different mineral contents and each clay type has a different effect on the skin. The high mineral content of clay rejuvenates the skin while the clay exfoliates and stimulates blood circulation to the skin. Regular use of clay facials will remove dead skin cells, improve circulation to the skin, remove debris from the pores and bring about a smooth healthy glow. Each clay has the ability to absorb toxins from the skin but they differ in their level of absorption.

Clays can be used in facials, body powders, body wraps, soaps, and as a natural colorant for soap, lotions, creams, bath salts and more.

Bentonite Clay

Naturally occurring volcanic ash (USA). Soft sodium bentonite clay used in face masks  for invigorating  and  drawing qualities.

French Green Clay

An excellent facial clay that tones, stimulates, revitalizes, and is very absorbent. Mined from bedrock quarries in France.

Rhassoul Clay

This   spa-quality   reddish-brown coloured clay is from Morocco. Rich in silica,     magnesium, iron,   calcium, potassium, and sodium.

White Cosmetic Clay

Naturally  absorbent,  very  fine  kaolin clay  used  in  powders,  cosmetics  and deodorant.   It  makes an excellent poultice.




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