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COSMETIC CLAYS

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The clays available at Bubblecraft Soapworks include:

Bentonite clay

Dead Sea clay

Dead Sea mud clay

French green clay

Red Moroccan clay

Rhassoul clay

Rose clay.

 

With the exception of the Dead Sea mud clay, all are in their powdered form. 

You can make your own individualized face and/or body mask by adding the liquid of your choice! 

You may want to mix the powdered clay with milk or unsweetened fruit juice. 

Fresh (not canned/bottled) pineapple juice and papaya are especially good for getting rid of dead skin cells and to soften the skin.   I like to use plain yogurt, fresh goat's milk, or buttermilk.

Please note that you will need less than a level teaspoon of dry clay to make a face mask.

Keep the container tightly closed and do not allow any moisture to enter it!

 

Please click below for more information about each clay. Thank you!

 

 

 

BENTONITE CLAY

In many cultures, bentonite clay is referred to as a healing clay.  Some people ingest bentonite clay, believing that it helps with a variety of issues, but I always strongly discourage taking clays internally.  So please do not - or at least check with a qualified, licensed health practitioner before contemplating the idea!

Bentonite clay is also known as Montmorillonite clay when it originates in the French region of Montmorillon. This location is where bentonite clay was first discovered.  These days the clay is harvested mostly in Italy, France, and the USA.

Bentonite clay is reputed to help with various types of dermatitis, poison ivy breakouts, and help heal wounds.

DEAD SEA CLAY

Dead Sea clay is purported to be highly beneficial because it contains high concentrations of minerals such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, and bromide.

As you may know, the Dead Sea has long been known as a place of healing.  It is believed that ancient cultures used the "bathe" in the Dead Sea waters as a way to soothe a variety of injuries or maladies. Even today, thousands of people visit the area to seek therapies and spa-like treatments.

FRENCH GREEN CLAY

RED MOROCCAN CLAY

RHASSOUL CLAY

ROSE CLAY