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Our charcoal & clay enriched soap will help leave your skin smoother than ever before. Lather with cold or warm water, then gently wash your face and body in a massaging motion. Rinse well.
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Put your best face forward with this egg white soap. Our soap removes everyday impurities and helps rejuvinate the skin. Just add water to work up a protein-rich eggwhite foam. Rub the lather generously on face and neck. Leave mask on for 5-10 minutes. Rinse with luke warm water & pat dry.
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100% Natural, Facial Serum is for Mature or dehydrated skin. Made with Sea Buckthorn, Argan and Vitamin E. Use 2 - 4 drops on skin everynight. Massage in gently, keeping out of eyes. Discontinue use if any unwanted side-effect occurs. Do not ingest. Contains: Argan oil, Sea Buckthorn, Jojoba, Vit. E, German Chamomile, Rose Absolute, French Lavender & Bourbon Geranium.
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Our French green clay has enormous absorbent powers due to the constitution of its micro molecules. It literally "drinks" oils, toxic substances, and impurities from your skin. Its toning action stimulates the skin by bringing fresh blood to damaged skin cells, revitalizing the complexion, and tightening pores. French Green Clay is marvelous for helping to clear problem skin. Use it daily on trouble spots, or weekly as part of a complete facial treatment. Mined from bedrock quarries in France, it is completely natural, unscented and fragrance free.
China clay (Kaolin, white clay or Aluminum Silicate) is the mildest of all clays and is used in cosmetic masks and soaps for sensitive skin as well as for dry skin. Does not expand with increasing water content. Kaolin clay is also used as a scent fixative. This is a fine, fluffy clay that has natural absorbency properties and is frequently found in body powders, body packs, skin care products, and deodorants. To make a facial clay, add distilled water to a small amount of clay. Other additives you may add to a facial mask instead of distilled water are plain yogurt, honey, liquid vegetable glycerine, whipped egg whites or mayonnaise. Apply with clean fingers to clean skin, let dry 15 to 20 minutes, rinse off with warm water, pat skin dry, repeat once a week if necessary. Clay masks will draw out impurities and toxins and may help with acne and similar skin conditions.
Made by steam distillation of Lavendula angustifolia. Be taken to a lavender field after a light rain with this aroma.
Made with Argan, Frankincense, and Squalene. Helps reduce fine lines.
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Made from petals of Rosa damascena using water-steam distillation. Can be used in face mask, as a body spray, or added to your bath. Blends well with Sandalwood, Benzoin, Chamomile, Helichrysum, or Jasmine.
This is a dark clay ideal for face masks and mud mask applications. Its color ranges from light gray/green to dark gray. Due to its high content of minerals, sea clay draws oils from the skin, and is rich in algaes, macro- and micro-minerals, as well as sodium and sulphur. Sea plants, seawater, sea salt and oceanic clay have long been popular physical-therapy ingredients in Europe. Recommended as medical therapeutic agents as early as 1578, seawater and sea derivatives were administered for rheumatism and general rehabilitation. To make a facial clay, add distilled water to a small amount of clay. Other additives you may add to a facial mask instead of distilled water are plain yogurt, honey, liquid vegetable glycerine, whipped egg whites or mayonnaise. Apply with clean fingers to clean skin, let dry 15 to 20 minutes, rinse off with warm water, pat skin dry, repeat once a week if necessary. Clay masks will draw out impurities and toxins and may help with acne and similar skin conditions.