The World's Most Powerful Facial! This Clay Mask Basically Vacuums Out Your Pores
Whether you have acne, blackheads, or just want some deep cleansing, you probably owe it to yourself to give this tub of dreams a try!
- Deep pore cleaning with 100% natural calcium bentonite clay
- Does not contain: Additives, fragrances, animal products
- Important Note: Do not leave clay mask on skin longer than 10 mins for delicate skin and 20 mins for normal skin; this will prevent redness/drying
- Important Note 2: Please read and follow all manufacturer directions before using. Slight redness of the skin is normal and will disappear in about 30 minutes after use.
- Mix clay with equal parts of water or apple cider vinegar ( to make it extra smooth add honey).
- Use a non-metal bowl and utensil. Stir the mixture into a smooth paste. Add more clay or liquid as needed.
- Apply 1/4 in. to 1/2 in to the face or other area. Let it dry for 5-10 minutes for delicate skin and 15-20 mintues for normal skin. You will feel a pulling and tightening sensation.
- Remove clay by washing with warm water. Slight redness of the skin is normal and will disappear in approximately 30 minutes.
Clays have been used for centuries to beautify and refresh when used as a facial mask. Cleopatra used clay from the Nile river and the Arabian desert over 1800 years ago, as part of her beauty ritual.
German and Roman spas have been using clay packs and treatments in the spas they built 4000 years ago. Many of these spas still exist and use clay even today.
Pliney the Elder devoted an entire chapter of his Natural History" to the many uses of clay for pimples, black heads and skin tightening.
Many famous naturopaths, such as Kuhn, Just and Kneipp have contributed to the revival of the uses of clay through their natural treatments for arthritus and skin ailgments.
The use of clay with apple cider vinegar can be dated back to the southern French priest of the 16th century, Kneipp, and his natural treatments using clay packs and poultices.
INDIAN HEALING CLAY is bentonite clay from Death Valley, California, where it is sun-dried for up to six months in temperatures that sometimes reach 134 degrees.