Has strong absorbing and purifying properties, making it the perfect option for people with acne and oily skin.
This green clay mask will suck every single blackhead out of your face!
It is not the strongest, but it might not be the best option for people with sensitive skin.
Is also used in poultices to treat sore muscles, sprains, arthritis, pastes for minor cuts, insect bites, minor burns and stings.
1 cup oat flour; 1 cup French Clay Green; 4 drops Lavender Essential Oil; 4 drops Peppermint Essential Oil or any mint type of essential oil; 2 cucumbers slices per mask;
Combine and mix all the ingredients well and store in a jar. Mix a tbsp of powder with 2 tbsps of water.
Mix this into a paste. Apply the paste to your face and let dry for between 5-10 minutes, rinse and pat dry.
Place the cucumbers over the eyes and relax.
Rinse off, pat skin dry and follow with a preferred moisturizer.
One of the most amazing products of the earth. It contains the highest quantity of silica, magnesium, potassium, and calcium). strong absorbing properties.
It’s very negatively charged and most toxins in your skin are positively charged.
Is this clay the perfect magnet for sopping up all those impurities? sebum plugs, blackheads, and oil around hair follicles.
Natural Clay Powder Face Masks Green White Kaolin Red Pink Rhassoul Dead Sea
It can be mixed with water or something like rose water to form a silky paste.
This paste can be brushed or rubbed onto the face and left to dry before washing off.
RED clay can also be combined with other ingredients to make an exfoliating and smoothing scrub.
Can mix 1 Tablespoon Red clay with 1 Tablespoon ground oatmeal and apple cider vinegar to form a paste.
Can use it about once a week for an exfoliating face scrub.
As a bonus, it can be massaged into the face to exfoliate for 1-2 minutes and then left for another 5 minutes to dry before washing off.
This will offer the benefits of a mask and an exfoliation in one step.
Mix 1 tablespoon Red clay into 1/4 cup of water to make a thin mixture that can pour onto your hair and massage in.
For hair, it is important not to let the mixture dry as it can contribute to hair breakage if it hardens.
If prefer can massage into the hair in the shower and leave for about 30 seconds before washing.
Full Body Mask:
For great skin all-over, make a simple paste of clay and water and used as a full-body mask before taking a bath and washing it off.
WHITE KAOLIN CLAY:
This clay is edible/food grade.
Has natural absorbent properties and can also be used as a mask.
Exfoliating, drawing impurities from the skin and increasing circulation and IS highly beneficial for rejuvenating your pores.
It is suited for all skin kinds, particularly for dry, sensitive, and mature skin.
It assists with the tone of your skin and heals troubles like acne, blemishes, etc.
This white clay is enriched with minerals like magnesium, potassium, silica, iron, calcium, zinc, and many others.
Poultices can be made from the clay to help decrease inflammation and reduce swelling.
A white clay facial can be used regularly, even for people with combination dry and sensitive skin.
External Use : Skin Mask
1 – Mix 1 tablespoon of clay with 2 to 3 spoons of water. (can use organic oil jojoba, aloe vera almond, lavender or even milk).
Mix it until you get a paste
2 – Place the paste with a soft brush all over the area you want to treat.
3 – wait until dry and rinse it off with water.
4 – Moisturise the area with a natural organic cream. (preferably with a jojoba or aloe vera).
The practice of eating clay (soil) or soil-like substrates as chalk and animals are called geophagy.
Easy to use, just add 1 coffee tablespoon of clay to a glass of filtered water, let stand for 5 minutes and drink the water on an empty stomach, and can repeat at bedtime.
FRENCH PINK CLAY
This is a lovely ingredient for sensitive skin, that you can use in your homemade face masks.
It is considered to be the mildest of all the clay.
Works well for normal, sensitive and mature skin types and can be used to cleanse and detoxify the skin, remove dead skin cells and create an overall refreshed appearance.
It can also be used to treat acne and other skin ailments; poor blood and/or lymph circulation and sun-damaged skin.
It is most widely used in cosmetic manufacturing.
French pink clay can be used in detoxifying body wraps, soap making, face masks, mineral-based or cream-based cleansers, face or body scrubs, cosmetics, and facial powders.
Soothing Face Mask
Combine 1 oz of clay to 3 tbsp of water;
add 1 tsp of jojoba oil and 2 drops of chamomile essential oil to form a paste.
Apply to the skin and leave for about 10 minutes and wash off with warm water.
Floral water or aloe vera gel juice can be substituted for water.
Foam baths and shampoos
Add 5-10% of clay to the product.
Simply sprinkle the clay in and allow to settle.
Always shake before use as the Clay sinks to the bottom.
DEAD SEA CLAY:
A greyish green colored clay mined from ancient sea floors.
This dead sea clay is rich in iron, aluminum, potassium, and calcium.
Providing your skin with rich nutrients.
Dead sea clay helps remove toxins from the skin and provides gentle exfoliation helping remove dead skin cells.
Uses for Dead sea clay Mixed with herbal tea, water or milk to prepare mud baths.
Mixed with water or herbal tea infusions to make facial masks.
Added to melt and pour soap.
Added to cold-pressed and hot process soap.
Added to bath bombs as natural color.
Rhassoul RED MOROCCAN :
The name Rhassoul Clay (aka Ghassoul Clay) comes from the Arabic word Rassala, meaning,to wash.
Rhassoul has been used by Moroccan women since ancient times to deeply cleanse and purify the skin, hair, and scalp.
Rhassoul is a Stevensite clay that has been formed from volcanic lava and is mined from chambers below the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.
It is regarded as the finest of clay because of its very high mineral content and capacity to draw out impurities.
Rhassoul is the clay of choice in high-end spas and salons across the globe.
Nourishes the Skin Rich in minerals that are beneficial for the skin, primarily Silica (approx. 57%) and Magnesium (approx. 25%).
Protects against free radical damage that leads to wrinkles and protects against inflammation caused by allergies and acne.
Treats Acne / Detoxifying. This clay works by ionic exchange.
The negatively charged clay particles draw out positively charged impurities in the skin, unclogging pores and promoting circulation, and at the same time depositing its beneficial minerals.
Rhassoul is also highly absorbent and is a very effective treatment for excessively oily skin. Exfoliates / Tightens / Smooths.
The tiny clay particles gently exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells and tightening the pores.
Regular use of Rhassoul will lead to a smooth and evenly-toned complexion. Suitable for sensitive skin The minerals in Rhassoul will assist in reducing inflammation without irritating or drying the skin.
Natural shampoo RhassouL is also traditionally used as a shampoo as it has excellent properties for removing
dirt and grease.
Will gently clean the scalp without irritation.
Mix Rhassoul in a 1:2 dilution with water and blend to a smooth paste.
Apply to the face and leave for 5-10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
This can be applied once per week for dry skin and up to 3 times a week for the treatment of oily skin and acne.
Cleanser: Mix Rhassoul in a 1:4 dilution to achieve a runny, lotion-like consistency.
Smooth over the whole body and face, leave for a few minutes, then rinse clean.
Apply a Rhassoul paste to the roots of wet hair, massaging in with the addition of water.
Do not allow the Rhassoul to dry in the hair.
Simply rinse the hair, allowing the Rhassoul to wash through to the ends of the hair as you rinse.
Follow-up by massaging a small amount of Argan Oil into the hair before drying.
Clay will increase oxygenation and blood circulation to the skin. This can sometimes create redness and feel a bit itchy, this is normal and is not harmful. If you are experiencing an active outbreak of rosacea or any form of heightened sensitivity or burn, wait until the area has calmed before treating with clay. Clay must be kept dry. It should never be mixed with metal spoons or stored in metal containers; the only materials that should be used in preparation or storage are wooden spoons or glass stirrers. It is thought that the clay loses its beneficial qualities through contact with metal.