Loving Indian Healing Clay

November 21, 2010

I don’t think there are enough good things that I could possibly say about Indian Healing Clay. This clay is magical and shouldn’t be kept a secret! In order to make a mask, combine equal parts clay and raw organic apple cider vinegar . After 10-15 minutes, remove with warm water and a washcloth. Simple!

Reasons why I love this product…

1. There is only one ingredient (calcium bentonite clay) in this product. No fragrances, chemicals, or toxins of any kind.

2. Pores look significantly smaller after just one use.

3. It is a fabulous exfoliant- leaves skin super soft!

4. This product is vegan and wasn’t tested on animals.

5. One jar, which is less than eight dollars, will make up to 15 masks. The deal of the century!!!


3 Responses to “Loving Indian Healing Clay”

  1. Dr. Doug said

    Hi Olivia,
    I never heard of this particular product. I am thrilled to hear about it. The Betonite Clay I have used in my practice for years as part of an internal colon cleanse.
    The clay is “adsorbent” vs. “absorbent”, absorbtion means that the one substance has fully entered or permeated into the other. adsorption is a surface phenomenon wherein one substance sticks to the surface of the other (on an atomic or molecular scale). Adsorption is mostly used in chemistry and not in every day speech. So with the clay, when it is used either externally on the skin (ie. the face), or internally in the large intestine, it will pull impurites out of the skin and adhere to the clay’s sticky surface. When someone uses it as part of a colon cleanse program, it produces tremendous sized stools, or bowel movements, pulling out toxins and mucoid plaque, that builds up in the large intestine over time. Impressive to say the least!

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