The Natural Clay is one of the safest, sulfur-free and the most natural method of exfoliation to date. Our clay is used in a Natural Clay Facial without any machines, chemicals, or peels. The only “tools” used are a cream made of only clay and water, and the esthetician’s fingertips to spread the cream over the area to be treated, using a featherlike touch. The Natural Clay Facial can help men, women, and even children with problem skin. Furthermore, for those who have clear skin, the treatment can help to rejuvenate their skin and rid the pores of any impurities.
As the skin is exfoliated with the clay, the impurities from the skin are surfaced, the pores shrink, and the dead cells become finer. Unlike most other skin treatments, the Natural Clay Facial can be applied around the eyes and lips, as well as the neck and décolleté. Additionally, the clay is applied up to five to seven times in one service, which is not the case with other similar skin treatments. Most other clays are only applied once as a masque, allowed to dry, and then removed by the esthetician during a visit, because any more applications can irritate the skin.
This Method of skin exfoliation has been used by the Native American Indians for centuries. The process involves using natural clay, which comes from a Native American Indian Tribe. The fine texture of mineral rich clay and water is applied with a delicate hand to gently loosen and remove dead cells, and evens the skin tone. Excellent for those with sensitive skin. Helps to control Rosacea and Acne, without any adverse reaction, as the clay has healing properties. Accutane, Retin-A, Chemo, Radiation and Renova patients may also experience this treatment.
The beauty of a Natural Clay Facial is that it prevents bacterial complications, unlike a traditional facial which oftentimes spreads bacteria and ultimately worsens the problem. The public, as well as skin care professionals, have decidedly grown tired of using aggressive peels and treatments which are harsh on the skin. There is also a general consensus that natural products are what people want.