We have been carrying French Clay and we are feeling incredibly, how you say..je ne sais quoi.
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. Other external uses for French green clay include poultices
to treat arthritis, sore muscles, and sprains; ready-to-use pastes for
application to cuts, bruises, insect bites, stings, and minor burns; and
mineral baths for stress relief. Some maintain that the plant matter in French
green clay has anti-inflammatory as well as antiseptic or bactericidal
To make a facial mask from French Green clay, combine 1/2 to 1
tbsp of the powder with 1–2 tbsp of water and apply to the skin; rinse with
warm water after 10 minutes. Some users add a few drops of aloe vera gel to the
clay mixture. A recipe for a facial mask for oily skin consists of mixing 1
tbsp of powdered clay with 5 drops of jojoba oil. As a rule, French green clay
masks should be used only once a week because the clay tends to dry the skin.
You can use French Clay internally as well. French Green clay contains magnesium,
calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorous, zinc aluminum, silicon, copper,
selenium, cobalt, micro-algaes, algae, and phyto-nutrients. French green clay
has the ability to remove toxic metals and chemical residues, bacteria, and
blood toxins with virtually no side effects of constipation, diarrhea, or
stomach cramping. It is known to remove radiation, arsenic, lead, mercury, and aluminum
amid other toxic metals in less than six weeks. The more you use, the
quicker you detox.