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Cosmetic clay: What color should we get according to your problem
Cosmetic clay: What color should we get according to your problem


In addition to berries, vegetables, fruits and other natural products for home cultivation, cosmetic clay is also popular. Clay is a unique remedy for facial skin.

Cosmetic clay perfectly cleanses the skin, removes excess skin oil, eliminates irritation and redness. It is rich in mineral salts and trace elements such as iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphate, nitrogen and many more. Clay masks can be used for both oily and dry skin. It all depends on the color of the clay and the components you mix.
White clay. Its second name is Kaolin. It is used in face whitening, nourishing, restorative, skin cleansing and pore-tightening masks. Kaolin is rich in silicon dioxide, zinc and magnesium. It is a powerful natural antiseptic, which is why it is a unique component in oily and problematic skin care masks.
White cosmetic clay dries inflammation well, whitens blackheads, narrows pores, reduces skin oil, especially in combination with zinc oxide or sulfur. Its only downside: it dries the skin.
Green clay is used to strengthen hair and fight against excess oil on the face and scalp. Its masks deeply cleanse the skin and at the same time tone it.
This cosmetic clay nourishes the skin with almost all nutrients, including: manganese, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, calcium, copper, cobalt, molybdenum, silver, iron. It goes well with oily skin, as well as mature skin that has lost elasticity and tone. Green clay masks have a lifting effect and enhance the facial oval.
Blue clay. Like green clay, blue clay is rich in mineral salts and trace elements, especially copper and chromium. It cleanses, nourishes and disinfects the skin well, corrects fine wrinkles and increases skin hydration.
Blue clay enhances blood circulation. With the help of his masks on the legs and knees you will get rid of the feeling of heaviness in the legs. Often used as an anti-cellulite lane. In folk medicine and home cosmetics, blue clay is used against hair loss.
Red clay nourishes and improves blood circulation, eliminates redness, irritation, prevents the progression of couperosis. Allergic skin reactions are reduced. Both pink clay (a mixture of red and white clay) is suitable for delicate and sensitive skin.
Increases the tone of gray clay, has a lifting effect. Cosmetic gray clay masks are suitable for all skin types, but especially for mature and aging facial skin.

Black clay is especially rich in carbon compounds, magnesium, strontium, calcium, quartz and iron. Like white clay, black clay also has strong antiseptic properties and is ideal for oily and problem skin. Black clay masks make hair less greasy.
It is often used in body shape correction programs and against cellulite. For example, for bandages (open the clay in water before making a sour cream-like mass) or for a clay bath (add 100-200 g of dried clay to the bath). The most saturated mineral composition is Dead Sea black clay.


Yellow clay contains a lot of iron and potassium. It has a mild exfoliating effect. Yellow clay expels toxins, improves complexion and enriches the skin with oxygen. In addition, yellow cosmetic clay nourishes dry hair well and helps to get rid of dandruff.

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