The clay has the ability of producing charged electrons when mixed to liquids. It binds the toxins present within the fluid. In a natural state, Indian Healing Clay has intact negative charged electrons, while heavy metal toxins have positive charged electrons. As a result, they bind together and through this process the heavy metals toxins, impurities, and harmful chemicals are removed from the skin.
These are the different ways you can use this process to your advantages:
Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells. It is the process used for all facials during microdermabrasion and chemical peels. The Indian Healing Clay is an exfoliating product that unclogs the dirt and removes the oil in your pores. To make a good mix for exfoliation, dissolve the clay with a small amount of either water or apple cider vinegar and mix it until it gets thick. Rub it on your face and leave it for 5 to 20 minutes, depending on your skin’s sensitivity. Rinse off. For better results, massage skin with Sky Organic’s Coconut Oil after removal.
Indian Healing Clay can be added to bath water and can be used as soaking liquid. It binds toxins that are dispelled from your skin to smoothen it, making it less inflamed and less dehydrated.
Heal Eczema, Dermatitis & Psoriasis
The combination of Indian Healing Clay and water has the ability to bind bacteria and toxins on the surface of the skin to extract them from the pores. It reduces the outbreak of blemishes, alleviates redness and fights allergic reactions. Indian Healing Clay is an antibiotic treatment that cures skin infections and speeds up healing of wounds.
Even out your Skin Tone
Over time, the skin becomes fragile and damaged due to acne breakouts, sun exposures and skin discolorations that can lead to uneven skin tone. Indian Healing Clay can support the process of skin recovery. Applying the clay removes dead skin cells and revitalizes the skin.
Alternative for Baby Powder
Indian Healing Clay can be applied on babies’ skin to lessen irritations and redness. It is a natural cleanser that is gentle to the skin. Apply the Indian Healing Clay directly to the skin. Leave it for a few minutes and then rinse it.
Originally from Wyoming, and also known as Bentonite Clay, Indian Healing Clay is best known for its skin healing properties. One pound of Bentonite Clay makes approximately 10-15 masks.
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