Clay - Pascalite ~ Calcium-Bentonite
Pascalite is classified as a calcium bentonite/montmorillonite and is considered a white clay, though it actually has a cream color to it. It is of the non-swelling type and is found in Nature's Own Laboratory, at 8,600 feet in Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, USA. Situated in a beautiful and secluded valley, our mine is miles away from any electricity or plumbing. Because Pascalite is located in a high-vortex area, our unique clay has an unusually strong energy level.
Below are just some of the great ways Pascalite clay is used:
Poultice: Mix well with water to form thick paste, apply to skin. Keep moist for several hours. Wash off.
Deodorant and refreshener: Apply dry to feet, underarm, etc. Dentifrice and oral hygiene: Apply to wet toothbrush, or mix 1/2 tsp. in small glass of water. Brush teeth well, rinse.
No colours added The colours are true to the area and depth of extraction, hence the colour differences in each batch.
For sensitive skin, tissue firming, softening and maintenance.
Face Mask - Skin Cleanser & Softener
- 15 grams clay
- 15-30mL pure water
- Glass/ceramic dish
- Wooden spatula
Place water in dish, add clay and allow to dissolve. Mix to a smooth paste and apply evenly over face avoiding sensitive eye area. Leave for 10-15 minutes. Do not allow to dry. If drying occurs before time is up lightly spray with Vrindavan certified organic Rose Water or pure water to keep moist. Lightly remove with water, pat dry, moisturise as usual.