This is the purest form of Bentonite Clay. It has some exceptional qualities that can really work well for you.
Named after the French Mont Morillon, montmorillonite is the main compound that is found in bentonite clay. It has some unique properties that make it incredibly useful as a facial cleansing medium. It can simultaneously remove excess oils and bind with toxins on our skin, making them easy to remove.
Mostly formed from the weathering of volcanic ash, it is a rock forming silicate (a family of minerals that include sand and clay) that has both an absorbing quality, swelling with oils or water, as well as an adsorption, or binding, function. Having a permanent negative charge it binds to positively charged molecules, which is what many of the toxins on our skin are.
This powder is high in antioxidants, zinc and copper, as well as vitamins A, C and a variety of B vitamins. It can help to inhibit the degradation of elastin, thereby maintaining the skin's elasticity and preventing the forming of lines. It can be used for cleansing, helping to promote your tone and even out your complexion
A very fine powder, made from the fresh blooms, with a lovely scent and a gorgeous pinkish brown. It exfoliates gently without stripping your skin of vital oils, and it's rich in vitamins C and E, through which it could help boost collagen production. This can be beneficial for maintaining your skins health and help to reduce lines.
It has antioxidant qualities and can help to tighten the pores, working as a toner for your facial skin whilst smoothening your complexion.