| Externally, the sea clay is used to absorb excess oil, dirt, and toxins from the skin while simultaneously exfoliating and improving skin circulation. |
In a body wrap, sea clay is used to detoxify the body through the skin. The skin is the largest organ of the body. Through osmosis it is able to absorb healing qualities of the sea clay through the pores while releasing your harmful toxins. This is not a new technique, as early as the 1500’s sea clay and other sea derivatives were used as medical therapies to treat Rheumatoid arthritis and for general health rehabilitation.
The Sea Clay body wrap or facial masque works by opening the skins pores and drawing out the toxins and impurities from the skin and the soft tissue layers below the skin. Due to decreased physical activity and poor diet the body accumulates excess fluid and toxins between the cells and layers of the skin.
Toxified fatty deposits otherwise known as cellulite are waste byproducts. The body stores these toxins between its fat cells. This bloats the fat cells and stops toxins from making their way to the lymphatic system which is the way the body naturally disposes of its waste.
A Sea Clay body wrap or facial masque aids in decreasing the excess fluid by pulling the harmful toxins out and replenishing the much needed nutrients of the skin. The salt and clay combination work together to draw out toxins. It has also been effective in treating pain and inflammation in joints. Due to the mineral rich content of the clay the body receives minerals essential to good health during the process.
Our Sea Clay is also ideal for face masks and mud mask applications. Due to its high content of minerals, sea clay draws oils from the skin, and is rich in algaes, macro- and micro-minerals, as well as sodium and sulphur.
Sea clay is also recommended for use on horses to apply on minor cuts, scabs and so on. For horses it may be used after strenuous workouts (cold to cool and tighten legs and muscles, to pack hooves and cool them after work on hard ground) (warm to reduce stiffness and maintain mobility, to relax and soothe tired muscles). Please consult a veterinarian prior to treating any animals.
Disclaimer: The information presented herein is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.