It is often called miraculous, omnipotent, mud that heals, live energy and it is successfully used in cosmetics.
Bentonite clay has a wide range of effects and even wider range of names.
Where does it apply
Clay used on body has antibiotic and antiseptic effect. It can absorb toxins and reduce swelling and inflammation due to its electromagnetic characteristics. It can be used against acne and skin diseases, bee stings, bug bites, burns, pain, swelling, tumor and varicose veins. Also, it can heal the wounds, sores and can help build healthy tissue and cells, even broken bones. It is useful in neutralizing acids and toxins from different poisonous mushrooms.
It can save you from mosquitoes and bruises
Instructions for outdoor use: mix the clay mineral with water to obtain a compact gel – a mixture similar to mustard. Apply this mixture directly on the skin to allow the effect against bee stings, mosquito, ulcers, spider bites, etc. If you want to tighten your skin, leave it on until almost completely dry and then remove it. If you want more cooling and calming effect, put the mixture on the skin and cover with plastic wrap or a damp cloth. To remove clay, simply rinse with water using gentle movements. When the treatment is done, discard it, because it is filled with toxins.
It cleanses the skin
Glycolic acid diluted at pH 3 and 4 have proven to be good for conservation and rejuvenation of the epidermis. Daily use of this product nourishes and moist skin. The emulsion of the clay is particularly effective in fighting against cellulite. If this composition is incorporated into a cream made of clay, it enhances its effect.
For toning the body
This product is mild and gentle because of its active principles such as vitamin E. It is very effective in toning and tightening the skin, early civilizations used clay for this purpose. Through its ion exchange properties it removes toxins from the skin surface, and its composition temporarily accelerate circulation. Shrinkage caused by evaporation actually tightens the skin.
Clay protects the and nurtures the skin
Because of the unusual properties of bentonite clay, researches have confirmed that it is best known for its application with the human body. These clays had common use in ancient cultures, both in medicine and in nutrition. It prevents high radiation penetrate the skin. It is therefore an excellent protection against UV radiation.