Summer Must Haves: Best Natures Products

Spring is right around the corner and after that is the season of tank tops and short bottoms. So, since were on the same page about what to wear for the summer, then let’s talk about how to prepare our skin for the hottest time of the year. If you’ve followed my Valentines Day series, you would have seen my array of bath salts, facial washes, and face masks. This time around we will be reviewing only masks that you can use on your face and body. The products from Best Natures covers all of the area codes that will be needing extra care when it comes to getting the full body treatment. In this article, I will be showing you two products from their line.

Rhassoul Clay & Kaolin Facial Scrub

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The Kaolin Facial Scrub doesn’t have any particles or lumps, instead the Kaolin is power and activated by water. The first time I used the facial scrub my skin was very oily at the time, this happened because of my hair products. Moving forward, after adding a couple drops of water on the clay, it formed a clay-like consistency. The Clay didn’t smell terrible, instead it had an unscented baby powder scent which I loved. The clay dries up fast and you can even bath with it.

 

Here is the hidden ingredients to this facial clay:

Kaolin is a clay for very sensitive skin. It is the most gentle of all the clays on the market. This white cosmetic clay is mild, nurturing, and toning. Kaolin (White Clay) is one of the lightest and least drawing clays making it especially suitable for sensitive, dry and mature skin types, and for children.

This clay can be mixed with other colored clays such as Australian Olive Green or Red Clay to make them softer and more suited to sensitive skin.

Kaolin is also known as White Cosmetic Clay, White Clay, Chalk, and White Dirt, Kaolin has a variety of uses. It is very mild clay that improves blood circulation, gently exfoliates and cleanses the skin.

White Kaolin clay helps remove impurities without removing the skins natural oils, making it a great choice for dry or sensitive skin types.

Used extensively in Mineral Makeup, face and body masks, body powders, natural soaps and etc.

FACE MASK: Add the water slowly & carefully until the mixture is thick & pasty. If mixture is too watery add more Kaolinite to thicken. You can apply the mask straight away or add some essential oils, carrier oils, herbs, fruit or whatever the mood calls for.

 

 

 

 

 

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The Moroccan Rhassoul Clay is my secret to getting ride of body pimples. As you will see in the video, I placed the Rhossoul Clay of my neck and check, because these are the areas where I get more blackheads and pimples. This clay has a rich authentic scent, let’s be honest it smells like clay, but a good quality.

Here is the history behind this Rhassoul Clay:

Rhassoul is a super fine ancient clay that comes from deep below the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Although it is difficult to obtain from the deep clay beds, it has been used for centuries by the ancient people of Rome and Egypt.

Rhassoul is a highly absorbent clay, particularly rich in minerals such as Silica, Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, Potassium and Sodium.  This clay improves skin clarity, removes dead layers, smooths texture and improves elasticity.

It also helps detoxify the skin while it exfoliates gently. The silica, magnesium, potassium, and calcium work together to detoxify the skin and hair by exchanging themselves for toxic compounds. The toxins are thus replaced with the nourishing trace minerals.  It contains more trace minerals than other clays.

Rhassoul clay can be used as a soap, a shampoo, and a skin conditioner.

With its rich history in beauty care, rhassoul clay makes a wonderful natural addition to any personal care regimen.

Rhassoul clay is used by the finest spas around the world. It is appropriate for all skins types especially sensitive or mature. It is used in many professional applications in spas and it aids in rejuvenation, detoxification and toning of the skin. It can be used in soaps, shampoos, facial, hair, body masks and skin conditioners.

Hydrated clay can be used as SOAP. Apply as a thin paste over the skin and rinse. You’ll be amazed at how refreshed you’ll feel!

SHAMPOO FOR HAIRS: Using hydrated rhassoul clay, apply to hair and scalp. Comb through to distribute clay mixture. Rinse thoroughly. Comb through again and rinse again. It is unlikely that a conditioner is needed, but if desired, consider a natural alternative.

FACE MASK: 2 tablespoons clay or seaweed (or a mix of both), 2 tablespoons warm water. MIx ingredients briskly to make a smooth paste. Clays and seaweeds vary in absorbency; if your mixture is too thin, add more powder, if too thick, add a little more water.  Apply to clean face and neck, making sure to avoid the eye area.  Leave on for 10 to 15 minutes until dry.  Rinse with warm water.  Pat skin dry.

BODY WRAP RECIPE: Mix enough clay with water to make a creamy paste. Apply to body, avoiding eyes & sensitive areas. Relax 10-15 minutes or until dry. Exfoliate off in shower.

 

Short descriptions are great, but video reviews are better.

Here is my video tutorial for Best Natures Clay:

 

 

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To purchase more of these products visit :www.bestnatures.com Also use the promo code to get 20% OFF . The coupon code, is B2020. Apply at checkout at get 20% OFF from entire order.

 

XoXo,

Danna

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