With the exposure to a wide range of toxins, stress and environmental pollutants, many people suffer from skin issues today. Most of these imbalances come down to three primary issues; inflammation, bacterial imbalance, and toxicity. All three of these areas can be remedied with the application of therapeutic marine clay topically to the skin.
Clay is a miracle worker. Clay’s absorptive and adsorptive powers are used to remedy a variety of skin concerns. As early as the Mesopotamian era, this remarkable ingredient was used to heal wounds, soothe inflammation and cleanse the skin. Ancient Egyptians combined clay with olive oil to brew skin-softening soaps, and Cleopatra is known to have applied a dead sea clay mask twice a week to purify her complexion. Clay as medicine has been referenced as far back as ancient Rome, 60 BC to be exact. Aristotle – the Father of Medicine – also referenced the conscious effort of eating the earth, in the form of soil or clay, for its therapeutic benefits as far back as 384–322 BC.
THE MINERAL CLAY OF MANICOUAGAN
Manicouagan Sea Clay is characterised in particular by high silicate, iron oxide, and alumina concentrations. It is very rich in potassium, magnesium, and sodium, and particularly in iron and calcium. Water flows towards the epidermis, carrying with it the elements that cells need in order to regenerate. The humic acid content also facilitates micro-circulation in the skin. In this way, an exchange network is set up, which aids cell replenishment. With an intensive blood inflow, enzymes and antibodies in the blood bring new collagen to the skin. A cleaning process thus takes place through the elimination of excess sebum and other undesirable skin secretions. The robust aluminum oxide and silicon oxide content in the clay adds a natural chemical scrubbing to the mechanical scrubbing of the particles, which enhances the product's effectiveness. Meanwhile, a mixture of waters provides deep hydration. In the bath, the high calcium content in the mud relaxes the muscles, while the 41 other naturally occurring elements, which are electrically charged, eliminate toxins, provide oxygen to the cells and regenerate the skin. The combined action of these attributes softens and smooths the skin, giving it a healthy look and a clear, young and fresh complexion, since the tissues have been deeply cleansed, nourished and moisturized. This facilitates skin cell exchanges and improves the skin's interaction with the environment. Its beneficial effects are felt for several days after use.
Naturally protected from contamination for thousand years by a layer of peat, not the clay pack for face is only mined in winters and the layer of peat is replaced after extraction, which leaves “zero footprints”. Approximately 80 percent of the total carbon on land and 60 percent of the carbon dissolved in bodies of water is made up of humic substances! Marine Clay is used in Balneotherapy, peloid therapy, fangotherapy and wellness centers especially in Central Europe for the cure of various diseases and pain relief.
Manufacturer/Importer/Brand: Aminu Wellness Pvt Ltd, 9/B Government Industrial Estate, Near Hindustan Naka, Charkop, Kandivali (W), Mumbai-400067, Maharashtra, India
Country of Origin: Proudly Made in India with a mix of hard work & hysterical laughter.
For External Use Only. Use only as directed on unbroken skin. Keep away from children. Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight, heat, and moisture. Avoid air and water contamination. Close the lid tightly after each use to preserve the efficacy of the product. As a natural product, temperature changes can affect the product's consistency & color, but not its effectiveness or safety. This is perfectly normal with organic material & doesn’t affect the potency.