Did you know that calcium bentonite clay can enhance your skin and beauty routine?
If you have never had a clay facial, you have no idea how soft your skin can feel! Clay can gently lift impurities from your skin while making it feel softer and look healthier.
Where is this stuff coming from? Well, clay made from volcanic ash that is composed of trace minerals that link together to form electromagnetically charged particles. These particles are capable of drawing and capturing positively charged ions that are viruses, bad bacteria and molds. When applied topically as a mud or mask, and then allowed to dry, clay in turn, tightens, pulls and draws out excess oils and bacteria. When rehydrated and washed off, clay removes thin layers of dead skin cells that leaves skin feeling softer than before.
The strong drawing ability of clay tightens fine lines and wrinkles. Follow a clay facial with a clay based face and body cream to fluff out the wrinkles for a velvety softness to your skin.
Other benefits of using clay-based products is that it assists in balancing the skin’s pH, by deep pore cleansing and stimulating blood and oxygen flow to the skin’s surface for cellular repair. Your skin is the outward reflection of what is going on inside the body. When the body is out of balance and acidic, it shows outwardly as pimples, acne and eczema. Taking clay internally brings the body into balance. Being a catalyst, calcium bentonite clay also provides energy so the body runs well.
Clay baths are known to gently and safely detoxify the body of harmful chemicals, toxins and heavy metals. It also provides relaxation to the muscles and opens the flow of energy in the body. There is no need to rinse off after a clay bath. After drying off, you will be amazed at how soft your skin feels.
Calcium bentonite clay is the noninvasive, safe and natural way to youthful skin. Have you used calcium bentonite clay today? Well, what are you waiting for?
Perry A~ founded The Living Clay Company and is the author of “Calcium Bentonite Clay”. She was a motivational speaker for more than 20 years before dedicating her life to learning about calcium bentonite clay. She has a Bachelor of Science in agriculture from Texas Tech University and lives in Kyle, Texas.