Your Natural Side Red Clay is perfect for care of tired, mixed, oily, sensitive skin and in the prevention of broken capillaries and rosacea.
- sensitive, mixed and oily skin,
- tired and problematic skin,
- skin which needs regenerating and nourishing,
- flabby skin with uneven colour.
- thoroughly cleanses and detoxifies skin,
- nourishes and regenerates,
- illuminates and smoothes out,
- counteracts and fights with blackheads.
- Silica (SiO2) 63.9%
- Alumina (Al2O3) 18.50%
- Magnesium oxide (MgO) 0.40%
- Iron oxide (Fe2O3) 7.30%
- Titanium Oxide (TiO2) 0.70%
- Sodium oxide (Na2O) 0.10%
- Calcium Oxide (CaO) 0.60%
- Potassium oxide (K2O) 3.00%
How to use:
- face and body mask – add 2 teaspoons of essential oil (dry and flabby skin) and a teaspoon of floral water (mixed and oily skin) and mix until you get smooth mass. Put on your face and hold about 10 minutes. Then wash the mask with warm, boiled water and moisturize the skin with oil. Apply 1-2 times a week
- wraps – put the clay into the glass dish, pour fresh water to cover the clay completely then mix the pulp with a wooden spatula. Before use put the dish near the heat source. Use a warm clay wrap on selected parts of the body
- bath – take 100g of clay and pour with hot water. It is recommended during colds. It also works relaxing
- tooth cleaning – put wet toothbrush in clay. Brush your teeth and gums just like with regular paste
- washing hair – mix: 10g of clay, 20ml of flower water. Apply the paste to your hair and hold for 15 minutes. Rinse with water
- Name of the raw material by INCI: Illite,
- Country of origin: France,
- Form: white powder with neutral scent and rusty colour,
- The storage conditions: tight closed, in room temperature,
- Lasting: shown on the packaging.
- Illite red clay in the natural environment occurs near the yellow clay and because of that has similar properties.
- Red clay name comes from Illinois in the United States, where its mineral is one of the main ingredient of soils.
- Red / brownish color of clay owes to the presence of iron oxides.