Monday, March 2, 2015

Majestic Pure Indian Healing Clay Review #tomoson

As a mom, my face sometimes gets neglected. I try to keep up with an extensive skincare routine to combat aging, acne, and environmental damage - but I don't always have the time. So I look to face masks to give my complexion a quick and easy boost.
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Indian Healing Clay Powder is 100% Pure Sodium Bentonite in a 16 Oz tub. Therapeutic Grade for Face Skin Care, Deep Skin Pore Cleansing, Detoxifying, and Revitalization. Sodium Bentonite Provides Better Detoxifying Power Than Calcium Bantonite. 
PURE Indian Healing Clay from WYOMING, USA - Premium Quality - No AdditivesExcellent for Face Skin Care: Deep Skin Pore Cleansing, Detoxifying And Revitalization. Works on Oily and sensitive skin as well. Clay makes a fabulous facial mask, for shrinking pores, tightening and toning skin, removing impurities, and just making your skin look and feel great. 
PREMIUM QUALITY THERAPEUTIC GRADE CLAY: Sodium Bentonite has a electromagnetic properties making it very absorbent and helpful for drawing out Metals and Toxins. Clay baths and foot soaks draw toxins from the skin and through the pores
SOOTHING SKIN: Helps to sooth and heal including cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings etc.

I use this mask twice a week to detoxify my pores, clarify my skin, and fight any active acne I may have. I feel like it really helps improve my skin's health and appearance.

You can find the Indian Healing Clay from Majestic Pure on Amazon.

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