Potent array of Minerals
2.4 Million years in the creation, where glacier meets the Pacific Ocean, the Glacial Oceanic Clay is continuously enriched by the constant flow of sea and the movement of glaciers. This allows the clay to absorb more than 60 minerals and rare elements unlike any other in the world. This silky soft clay possesses a potent array of skin-nourishing minerals such as Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Zinc.
With most particles of the clay less than 0.15 microns in size, and its strong osmotic power and ionic properties, enabling this fine clay to penetrate the inner layers of the skin, pulls toxins and poisons from the skin and draw out impurities minute enough.
Reduce excess sebum
This clay helps reduce excess sebum and remove accumulated dead or dry skin cells naturally and effectively. Deep cleanses and strengthen your skin.
After deep cleanse and detoxifies pores, this clay has an immediate effect in reducing the appearance of the pores, particularly dilated pores.
Natural Hydration Stimulating
The clay uses its osmotic strength to pull moisture up from deep inner tissues, leaving you with a profoundly rehydrating effect on the skin.
This fine clay itself is an excellent gentle and natural exfoliant. When applied to the skin, it helps promote circulation while hydrating and revitalizing the skin.
This potent clay opens the door to a soothing and cooling experience. Its anti-inflammatory properties help to reduce irritation to calm your skin.
Glacial oceanic clay particles act as a gentle emulsifying agent around the oily particles on your skin, it cleans and maintain skin’s natural health barrier without irritate or dehydrate your skin.
Keeping the stratum corneum pH balanced is the key to healthy skin. The extraordinary buffering capability allows Glacial Oceanic Clay to maintain and restore skin’s balanced PH.
Natural UV Protection
The potent minerals, trace elements and rare earth elements of the clay help to form a natural, effective and long-lasting protection against UVB, UVA and UVC rays.