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Rose clay is a type of kaolin clay mined in Brazil, France, the UK, Germany, India and Australia. It is a fine pink clay that contains silica, calcium, iron and magnesium.
How does Rose Clay work?
Rose Clay is great for sensitive skin because of its fine texture and soothing properties. It is also great for dry skin as it doesn’t irritate or further dehydrate the skin.
What does Rose Clay Do?
- Rose clay doesn’t dry your skin out like some other clays
- Provides the skin with nourishing minerals
- Has astringent properties
- Encourages new cell growth
- Treats spots and acne without overdrying
- Gently exfoliates
- Draws toxins from the skin
- Improves circulation
- Prevents and treats fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduces inflammation and irritation
How To Use It
- Anti-Ageing: Rose clay is a great anti-aging treatment because of it’s anti-inflammatory and circulation boosting properties.
Mix 1 tablespoon Rose clay with a teaspoon of aloe vera gel and 2 drops lavender essential oil. Apply to clean, damp skin and leave on for 20
minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water.
- Tones Skin: Rose clay has lovely astringent properties that tighten skin and improve skin tone.
Mix 1 tablespoon Rose clay with a teaspoon rosewater and 1/2 a teaspoon aloe vera gel. Apply to clean, damp skin and leave on for 20 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water.
- Soothe Irritated Skin: Combine 1 tablespoon Rose Clay, 1 tablespoon water, 1 teaspoon jojoba oil and 2 drops chamomile essential oil. Apply to clean, damp skin and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse with cool water.
Rose clay has mild bleaching properties along with the ability to soothe inflamed skin.
Mix 1 tablespoon Rose Clay, 1 teaspoon rice flour, 1 teaspoon honey and one tablespoon yoghurt. Mix the ingredients together and apply to clean damp skin. Leave on for 20 minutes. Apply some warm water to your face and gently massage the mask until it loosens up. Rinse away with warm water.
That’s Rose Clay! Next up, Rhassoul Clay!
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