White clay is the result of natural changes, which are subject to igneous rocks, because the raw material is extremely rich in trace elements: calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper and phosphorus. Country of origin - France.
It is the most delicate of clays, and therefore is recommended for skin: dry, delicate, prone to irritation, allergic, with broken capillaries or the first signs of aging.
It has an excellent effect on the skin. It has the ability to absorb toxins and pollutants, detoxifies and eliminates the bacteria - so that after the first use, the skin is visibly purified.
It gently smoothes and brightens the dull skin
It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and soothing properties.
It has the ability to absorb toxins and impurities.
It gently exfoliates dead layer of the epidermis.
It accelerates the regeneration of damaged skin.
It accelerates the healing of microdamages of the skin, caused by external factors (wind, sunlight).
Method of use:
Add clay to water, natural oil or Damask rose hydrolate e.g. Make Me Bio - and stir until you get thick paste.
For even better results, you can add a few drops of facial natural oils, e.g. Argan, Jojoba or Rose Hip.
Apply to skin and wait for it to dry. After a while wash the mask off.
The mask should be left to dry completely – but not less than 10-15 minutes.
In case the clay dried up before this time, you should gently moisten the clay on the face with a wet cloth or sponge.
The mask should be gently washed with warm water, the oily skin or mixed, you can also do a gentle exfoliating massage.