Where does it come from?
Our Montmorillonite red clay is found in central Sardaigne in France, far from any human or industrial pollution, which allows pre-drying in the sun without risk of contamination.
What is it used for?
Like all clays, red clay has many uses, from oil drilling industry to paper making and animal feed… This clay is very versatile.
The purest the form, the more proprieties it has. This clay has absorption and adsorption properties which are very high for use in masks and cataplasm. Indeed, this red powder has the ability to absorb oil and smooth skin
Be cautious of...
There are no known dangers or side effects of applying red clay to the face. However, if you have very dry skin, you may want to avoid it. It’s also important to avoid inhaling the clay.
What about ours?
Our Red Clay originates from Italy.
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