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What is the use of clay in cosmetology? Pink, yellow, black …

Now we know what is good and how is used gray, red, blue and green clay. This material, irreplaceable in cosmetology, differs in an amazing variety of types.
White clay has an “instant” cleansing effect. Ideal for dry and sensitive skin. It has softening, soothing and tightening effects, stimulates cell renewal and metabolism. For the mask, mix a teaspoon of clay with two teaspoons of cottage cheese and a teaspoon of orange juice. We mix everything thoroughly until a homogeneous slurry (I use a regular coffee grinder – everything is perfectly ground into a homogeneous mass), apply to face and neck for 20 minutes, then wash off with warm water. The effect of freshness of the skin of the face will immediately pleasantly surprise you. Pink clay contains red and white clay in various proportions. Its peculiarity lies in its disinfecting properties, and therefore it is often used as a “knitting” mask. Another important effect of pink clay – it perfectly smoothes the skin. It can often be found as an additive to shampoos. For the mask, take a tablespoon of pink clay and mix with milk or mineral water to a uniform consistency. Apply the mask for 10−15 minutes on the face and neck area and after drying, rinse first with warm and then cool water. Yellow clay perfectly removes toxins from the body, nourishes the skin with oxygen, perfectly helps with inflammatory processes. This clay is recommended for oily, mixed, dull and fading skin. A yellow clay mask for oily skin is made from a tablespoon of dry clay, a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, a teaspoon of lemon juice, a teaspoon of honey and some mineral water to make a thick cream. Separately, crush some fresh mint leaves and add to the mixture. All mix thoroughly and apply on face and neck for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. Black clay, like yellow, removes toxins. Distinctive property – it absorbs all the impurities of the skin and significantly narrows the enlarged pores. It contains strontium, magnesium, quartz, calcium and iron. This clay is ideal for both oily and combination skin, and for normal. Dissolve a tablespoon of black clay with mineral water until a homogeneous slurry is formed and apply on face for 15 minutes, then rinse with warm water. Important: – mix the clay with the solutions so that there are no lumps; – the face must first be thoroughly cleaned; – clay masks must be applied very carefully around the eye area so as not to capture it; – It is necessary to apply a tonic for your face type and a moisturizing (preferably) or nourishing cream on your face after clay masks. Features of clay masks With a dry skin of the face clay masks are not recommended to hold more than five minutes, because when drying, they absorb moisture from the skin. This can lead to an undesirable result – complete drying of the skin. For oily skin, it is recommended to keep a clay mask for at least 20 minutes. For normal and sensitive skin, 10 minutes is enough. To wash off the clay mask, I recommend wetting it with a wet sponge. Do not forget (again) after the mask to apply a moisturizer to prevent dehydration of the skin. General characteristics of the therapeutic properties of clay Clay masks are famous for their unique property of deep cleansing of the skin. In addition, it should be noted their whitening effect and the ability to remove toxins from the body as a whole. Clay in cosmetology has been used since ancient times. The wives of sultans and sheikhs added various components to the clay like wild berries, fruits and even essential oils to nourish and improve the condition of the skin of both the face and the whole body. Doctors note that the clay has some specific biofield, which has a particularly positive effect on the human body. This assumption can be allowed due to the fact that clay includes not only a variety of minerals (nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, etc.), but also a certain community of microorganisms. It is thanks to clay masks that the minerals are effectively absorbed by our body, which positively affects the state of the human body as a whole. I want to focus on the fact that the colors of clay need to be properly selected for a particular skin type, function and effect that you want to achieve. Tags: facial, body care, clay, care products, attractiveness, cosmetology, appearance, beauty

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