ChiltanPure Kaolin Clay
Kaolin Clay is very fine powder clay. It came in variety of colors. It’s fine texture make it easy to incorporate into a wide variety of products, this includes eye shadows, cosmetics, soaps, bath bombs and more. It is gentle clay, with less liquid absorbing abilities. It will suitable for both sensitive and oily skin.
Kaolin, or China clay, is nearly white in color. It is distinguished from other industrial clays based on its fine particle size and pure coloring. Its ability to disperse in water make it an ideal pigment.
Kaolin may be a popular ingredient right now, its an ancient beauty tradition that’s truly been around for hundreds of years. Since then, it has been used in cleansers, shampoos, toothpastes, and beauty products abound; we use it in our Kaolin Micro Exfoliant.
Kaolin gently cleanses and pulls impurities from the pores without causing redness. When transitioning to natural deodorant, creating a clay mask from kaolin clay to apply to the underarms nightly will help remove toxins from the skin and help manage body odor.
Helps with oily skin
Kaolin is absorbent so it soaks up excess oils and can help balance the oil production if it’s used over time.
Because it doesn’t completely dissolve in water and makes a really nice paste, the crystals in the clay offer great exfoliation.
Kaolin is stimulating to the skin and with long term use, can offer a toned and tightened appearance. Much like bentonite clay masks, you may feel a pulsing of the skin from a kaolin face mask. That signifies circulation and rejuvenation.
Kaolin is a really gentle clay that can be used with any skin type, including those people with sensitivities to scrubs and cleansers.
Because of its stimulating properties as well as its ability to dry out an area, it has historically been used to soothe and ease bug bites.
Note: For dry skin, make a mixture along with milk.