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The clay of 1000 uses
Bentonite clay consists of aged volcanic ash also known as “Montmorillonite.” The name comes from the largest known deposit of bentonite clay located in Fort Benton, Montana.
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Redmond Clay is a simple and inexpensive bentonite clay mask with the power to minimize and clear pores.
Bentonite clay is beneficial for oily, acne-prone skin on its own. That’s because it’s naturally antibacterial, and it helps soaks up that oily substance on your skin called sebum.
It sends your skin into healing mode.
It may sound far-fetched that a bit of clay can help skin heal. Isn’t that the immune system’s job? But studies show clay can interact with the immune system to encourage skin regeneration and healing. In fact, it’s even been shown to support skin healing for people dealing with skin wounds and ulcers. But the healing capabilities of bentonite clay don’t just come in handy when you have a major wound. Heightened healing and regeneration help when you’re dealing with acne, acne scars and skin aging too.
Irritated, itchy skin can have a lot of causes—poison ivy, allergic reactions, eczema. But bentonite clay can support healthier skin no matter what the culprit. Studies show it can ease dermatitis (red, itchy, inflamed skin) caused by poison ivy, poison oak, eczema, allergic skin reactions and diaper rash, among other things.
Pre-hydrated clay that’s less messy and more portable.