French Green Clay
Pure Organic Fine Powder
From the earliest times primitive man sought in the relief of Clay for his problems. At present, clay continues to be used for its regenerative properties, in the prevention and treatment of multiple affections.
Green Clay is composed of montmorillonite and illite and is colored by the presence of iron oxide associated with other trace elements (magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, aluminum, silicon, copper, selenium, cobalt and molybdenum). It can be taken orally or used topically for a large number of problems. The illite is a powerful detoxifier with a huge absorption capacity. It extracts the impurities from the organism while the minerals from the clay are selectively absorbed by it in function of their needs to restore health.
Green Clay is absorbent, anti-oedematous, detoxifying, remineralizing, revitalizing, regenerating, antiseptic, bactericidal, healing and exfoliating. Eliminates toxins and impurities and promotes cell renewal. It allows the contribution to the skin and the organism of minerals and trace elements. It is recommended for normal and oily skins by being very effective at absorbing excess sebum. It can also be used in hair mask to regulate the production of sebum in oily hair. It has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties useful in relieving joint and muscular pain, decongesting affected areas. It is beneficial in flatulence and other abdominal problems. It improves peripheral blood circulation.
The mineral content of green clay is extraordinary, including but not limited to: magnesium, calcium, potassium, zinc, silicon, selenium, iron, copper, and cobalt
The absorbent properties of green clay work in beauty treatments by drawing out impurities and toxins from the skin, toning and firming while stimulating circulation
Estheticians use it to tighten pores, exfoliate dead skin, and reveal a smoother, fresher complexion
It is known to clear skin and heal blemishes, usually in the form of a clay mask
It is a comforting remedy for aching muscles and joints, especially when combined with the essential oils of rosemary or lavender
How to use:
Put the clay in a bowl, add the water slowly and stir until you find the ideal consistency. Apply to the areas to be treated and remove when dry, by the action of the body. Preferably use wood utensils so as not to alter the quality of the clay.
Facial masks: combine 1/2 to 1 table spoon (tbsp) of the powder with 1 or 2 tbsp of water, stir it for a homogeneous mix and apply to the skin; After 10 minutes, rinse with warm water.
You may as well add some drops of Aloe Vera to the mix.
Deodorizing foot treatment: A half-cup of powdered French green clay is mixed with 1/2-cup of water and 2–3 drops of tea tree essential oil. The mixture is applied to the feet, covered loosely with plastic wrap, and rinsed off after 15 min with cool water. The feet may then be rubbed with a moisturizing cream.
Beauty Treatments - The absorbent properties of green clay work in beauty treatments by drawing out impurities and toxins from the skin, toning and firming while stimulating circulation. Estheticians use it to tighten pores, exfoliate dead skin, and reveal a smoother, fresher complexion. It is known to clear problem skin and heal blemishes, usually in the form of a clay mask. If you have a dry or sensitive skin complexion, you should use a clay mask only once a week, as the clay will absorb moisture from the skin along with any impurities. A green clay masks can be purchased ready-made, or you can mix it yourself from powdered clay, adding aloe vera if your skin is sensitive, or 4 or 5 drops of jojoba oil if your skin is oily.
Silica (SiO 2): 27.8%; Aluminum (Al 2 O 3): 11.2%; Iron (Fe2O3): 2.3%; Calcium (CaO): 25.5%; Magnesium (MgO): 4.6%; Sodium (Na 2 O): 0.05%; Potassium (K 2 O): 1.57%; Titanium (TiO2): 0.37%; Loss to the item: 26.0%
Presentation: 1kg paper bag