Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Uncover More Beautiful Skin With Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

We first started experimenting with clay facial masks in our college days. Excessively oily skin and pimples were ruining our self-esteem.

We loved the super clean and tight feeling we would uncover, following the removal or rinsing off of the clay masks.

And now we want to talk about the cadillac of all clay masks, the uber in bentonite clay----Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay ($8.95, 1 lb).

This green clay is known around the globe for its superior deep pore cleansing. And even more impressive is Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay's extraction location: from Death Valley, California, where it is sun- dried for up to six months in temperatures that sometimes reach 134 degrees.

So, why should women and men apply a bentonite clay facial mask at least a couple of times a month?

It's simple. The ingredients contained in the clay carry a 'negative electron charge.'


Let's look at how the folks at Aztec Secret explain their very popular product:

When a spectographic analysis is done on Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, almost every mineral found on Earth is present. Aztec Secret is volcanic Ash from when the Earth was formed It is the foam residue left as the planet cooled The foam residue formed a pure clay vein layered between white sand, near one of the lowest parts of planet Earth.
When a facial or clay poultice is applied to the skin it forms a negative charge. Poisons and toxins stored in the epidermis have a positive charge - Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay lifts the pimple and blackheads into the clay bed to cause accelerated healing and nourishment to the skin with over 50 minerals.100% NATURAL.

And why is green clay or bentonite clay one of the best for a radiant complexion? We found this interesting nugget from wellsphere.com.

Green Clay
The most absorbing of the Clays, Green Clay is generally used as a Face Mask for tissue repair, drawing toxins from the skin and to normalise excessive secretions of oil or sweat. Applied as a Face or Body Mask, facial clay masks cleanse, exfoliate, smoothe and soften the skin. Green clay is especially good at drawing toxins out

We like that Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay is very economical. You can make about 15 masks from a 1 lb. tub. You make your own clay masks by mixing a scoop of the clay with equal parts of apple cider vinegar or water. Apply to face. Wait about 15 minutes. And rinse with warm water.
You can buy this clay at Whole Foods, and a number of online stores. And you can, of course, buy it and find recipes, too, at their site, http://www.aztec-secret.com/.


PPR, SanDiego said...

LUV this Aztec clay. Works really well for my combo skin and ocassional zits.You can really feel it pulsating as the clay hardens on your skin. Weird feeling but your skin is soft and pink and very clean after washing it off!

Anonymous said...

I agree with the previous comment. It does pulsate while the mask works on your skin. Feels weird but really cleans up the acne.I use it every other week.

jass said...

My sorority sisters introduced me to this clay several years ago. It does lift all the zits and bad junk on your complexion. So I use it about once a month just to let my skin breathe.

Unknown said...

Another testimonial. I've been working on my jar for well over a year. I also leave the mask on for longer - until I can't stand the pulsating any longer. After, I follow up with a water-based moisturizer because the skin is extremely dry.

I switched from mixing with water to apple cider vinegar and there is a significant difference.