Superfine white clay powder 200 g

Bulk white clay kaolin
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€3.95

The Cattier superfine white clay, extracted in France, has been chosen for its incomparable quality. Clay is used for masks, poultices and clayey water. With its neutral pH, it is particularly appropriate for the care of dry, fragile skins. It is a valuable aid in the care of irritated skin on account of its antiseptic and healing properties. Absorbent, decongestant, regenerating and soothing, it eliminates toxins and impurities, revitalises and calms whilst encouraging healthy cellular renewal.

 

Cosmos Natural

Content: 200 g

The Cattier superfine white clay, extracted in the south of England, has been chosen for its incomparable quality. Clay is used for masks, poultices and clayey water. With its neutral pH, it is particularly appropriate for the care of dry, fragile skins. It is a valuable aid in the care of irritated skin on account of its antiseptic and healing properties. Absorbent, decongestant, regenerating and soothing, it eliminates toxins and impurities, revitalises and calms whilst encouraging healthy cellular renewal.

Clay is a soil, resulting from the metamorphosis of a rock, naturally rich in mineral salts. It is found in deposits of varying size, mostly exploited in the open air. A true living substance with a natural intelligence, clay is distinguished by its absorption and adsorption properties, which allow it to exchange absorbed impurities and toxins for minerals.

Cosmos Natural

Content: 200 g

 

Advice for use:

Preparation of clay paste: Pour white clay in a wood or glass container and add water. Let it rest 30 minutes then stir with a wood or plastic spatula to obtain a homogeneous paste.

For a facial mask: Apply the clay paste in a thick coat over the face and neck, avoiding the eye and lip areas. Leave on for approximately 10 min without allowing the mask to dry on the skin. Rinse off with tepid water and dry the skin with a cotton towel. Complete the treatment by applying a moisturising cream.

As a poultice: Place the clay paste on a piece of natural fibre and, using a non-metallic spatula, spread it out to a thickness of 2-3 cm. Lay the poultice with the clay directly in contact with the skin and hold it in place with a bandage, but not too tightly. If the poultice needs to be applied to an irritated area, lay some fine gauze between the clay and skin. Leave the poultice in place for one hour. When it comes to taking it off, remove as much of the clay as possible, wetting it if necessary, then rinse off with tepid water and dry with a cotton towel.

Preparation of clayey water: Tip out one or two spoons of green clay in a glass, add water and stir with a wood or plastic spoon. Wait until the clay settled in the back of the glass and use only clayey water.

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