Clay has electromagnetic properties that make it very absorbent and help eliminate metals and toxins from the skin. Cruelty-free and not tested on animals. Can be used as part of a mud bath or in a skin care recipe. Odorless and non-staining.
Lumpy and can be difficult to mix with water. Not ideal for those who are dealing with sensitive skin.
Helps shrink pores and tighten and tone the skin. Works great as part of a therapeutic facial mask. Can be used in conjunction with traditional skin care treatments to address acne, scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. May be used to revitalize dry, dull and thinning hair.
Clay is very fine. May cause a burning sensation after initial use.
Helps unclog pores and remove bacteria and dirt from the skin. Can be used to treat insect bites, stings, and bruises. Performs beautifully as an anti-aging skin care remedy. Guaranteed to be authentic, pure and natural.
Powder can be tough to mix with water. Delivers inferior results in comparison to similar options.
Consists of 100 percent calcium bentonite for optimal quality. Does not include any additives, fragrances or animal products. Easy to use and disappears on its own within about 30 minutes of application to the skin. Usually requires only 1 tablespoon per use.
Sometimes causes skin dryness, or it may cause the skin to break out.
Can be used in mud face and hair masks, along with acne treatments, soaps, and shampoos. Contains silica, calcium, and other powerful ingredients. Designed to prevent redness and itching after use. Sold in a convenient 2 pound bottle.
More expensive than many comparable options. Powder is chunky and has a pungent odor.
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