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What Is White clay?

White clay

White clay is a therapeutic substance that can function as a disinfectant, revitalizer, remineralizer, or as a painkiller. It has great excellent benefits for the skin and great properties that allow to end many health problems.
It is characterized by its white color and its fineness , very similar to talc and flour, it is one of the most popular clays on the market due to all the benefits that it can provide for the health of the body, both internally and for the external one.

What are other names for white clay?

Because it is native to the Kaoling hill, white clay is also known as kaolin or kaolinite , although it is normally called white clay, in China its country of origin is called more by its other two names before mentioned.

Benefits and properties of white clay:

There are a large number of benefits of white clay on the skin, due to its great properties, including serving as a natural deodorant to treat all types of bad odor and excessive sweating, as well as to give luminosity to the skin and that this one does not look so dry.
Helps fight constipation as it has a dragging effect, sores or sore throats can be treated by using it to rinse or gargle with it. It has a high detoxifying power, and can help regulate intestinal pH.
It has a vasoconstrictor property, which is recommended to relax legs that are tired , and swollen, excellent for pregnant women or with fluid retention in the legs.

Kaolin Clay
white clay for skin
  • Is white clay safe for skin?

White Clay is a great option for almost all skin types as it gently draws dirt and build-up out from beneath the surface of the skin and absorbs excess oil that may clog pores. The best clay mask for mature skin and users with a normal complexion, White Clay also works as a mild exfoliant.

  • Is it OK to use clay mask everyday?

While clay masks are ideal zit-busting skin rescuers, too much of it could also lead to skin dryness. As such, clay masks should only be used once a week for those with dry or sensitive skin. For oilier skin types, you may choose to use a clay mask twice a week if your skin agrees with it.