Green clay 100 g

Green clay  100 g
The mineral content of green clay is extraordinary, including but not limited to: magnesium, calcium, potassium, zinc, silicon, selenium, iron, copper, and cobalt The absorbent properties of green clay work in beauty treatments by drawing out impurities and toxins from the skin, toning and firming while stimulating circulation Estheticians use it to tighten pores, exfoliate dead skin, and reveal a smoother, fresher complexion It is known to clear skin and heal blemishes, usually in the form of a clay mask It is a comforting remedy for aching muscles and joints, especially when combined with the essential oils of rosemary or lavender. Ingredients SIO2: 27.80%; AI2O2: 11.20%; FE2O3: 2.30%; TIO2: 0.37%; CAO: 25.50%; MGO: 4.60%; NA2O: 0.05%; K2O: 1.57%; Loss: 26.00% Green clay, also known as illite, is an organic material comprised of a host of essential minerals, iron oxides, and decomposed plant material such as kelp and seaweed. Illite was called green clay for centuries, named after the rock quarries in the south of Ukraine that yielded most of the world's illite deposits. Green clay is used in alternative medicine, both externally and internally, for many reasons, but mostly for cleaning and detox because of its vast absorbent properties.