Kisameet Mineral Clay was likely formed when a volcanic explosion occurred at the end of the Ice Age, causing rapidly melting ice to mix with volcanic ash, resulting in a flow of volcanic debris. The dense material settled into a granite basin and has remain undisturbed over centuries. It is surrounded by pristine rainforest flora and covers the mineral clay protecting, preserving and possibly contributing to the clays unique properties. For ages the Heitsuk people used the clay for healing and today researchers have found it to have extreme antimicrobial benefits. We have tested Kisameet clay and found it to help with skin improvements when applied to psoriasis, and acne. In our testing it leaves the skin incredibly soft and balanced. We suggest using daily application mixed with water and let dry for up to 20 minutes.
Ingredients, Kisameet Glacial Clay, Kaolin Clay