Monday, February 9, 2015

Indian Healing Clay Review

Have you ever used clay on your body? I have not. I've seen people post about it, and wanted to give it a try. I got Indian Healing Clay for review.

I have to admit I was a little afraid to try it out. 


Therapeutic Strengths:
  • Skin pore cleansing - Shrinks pores, tightens, and tone them
  • Detoxifying - This is a better detox than Calcium Bantonite
  • Revitalization 
  • You can use it on any skin type - Oily, dry, or sensitive skin
  • Helps to sooth and heal including cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings etc
Use:

Indian Healing Clay Powder comes in a 16 Oz container. It's $22.99, but on sale for $12.95. It's made in the US. Wyoming to be exact. There are no additives.

I was expecting it to be a liquid mud, but it's a powder. That's great because the mask won't dry out.






You mix the clay powder with equal parts of water. Just make a little. I made way too much the first time, and had to throw some away.




Apply it to the face, and let it harden for 20 minutes once a week.
This is when I first applied it. No I'm not pretty with it on. It dries, so the clay absorbs into your skin. The boys kept laughing at me. I laughed saying, "I don't know why you keep laughing at my face. There's nothing wrong with it."


Towards the end of the 20 minutes your face feels tight, like you can't move. You just wash your face off with warm water.



Next time I'm going to try 15 minutes. My face was bright red after I washed it. It could be red because I never really scrub my face very hard. I usually use my hands, and not a washcloth to clean my face. I didn't have any continued break out problems after about 20 minutes.

Clay makes a fabulous facial mask, for shrinking pores, tightening and toning skin, removing impurities, and just making your skin look and feel great.



Today my face feels softer than it has in a long time. I have very sensitive skin. My face isn't red, or in pain at all.


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4 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I have really sensitive skin, too, so i would be interested in trying this based on how it worked for you.

indah nuria Savitri said...

interesting....I tried mud mask before..and it feels good indeed..

Theresa Mahoney said...

I have never tried clay. I've used a lot of mud masks though. I think I would love to try a clay sometime!

~ Noelle said...

That is pretty neat that it is in a powder form. I would not have expected that! Glad you had great results!

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