What is this Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay?

Here is what you need to know first:

- Folks call this the world's most powerful mask. 

- The Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay comes in powder form, and that powder is made of 100% natural calcium bentonite clay, which is known for its healing and detoxifying properties.

- These are the directions: Mix Aztec secret Indian healing clay with equal parts of apple cider vinegar or water.its best to use a glass, pottery or wooden bowl. Stir the mixture until is a smooth paste-add more clay or liquid as needed. Apply a 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch thick layer of clay to the face or other areas and let it dry.

- Affordable with very easy and minimal steps to follow

- No animal testing, ALL NATURAL :)

- when you mix the powder with your choice of water or raw apple cider vinegar, you'll almost always mix more than you need. Luckily this clay works for body scrubs, knee scrubs, full face, and neck, etc


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A little history:

Clays have been used for centuries to beautify and refresh when used as a facial mask. Cleopatra used clay from the Nile river and the Arabian desert over 1800 years ago, as part of her beauty ritual.

German and Roman spas have been using clay packs and treatments in the spas they built 4,000 years ago. Many of these spas still exist and use clay even today.

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The first person to tell me about the Aztec Secret Indian Clay was my younger sister who, at the time, had just got into for hair, skin, and nails homemade remedies. Naturally, after she mentioned it, I started to notice how many people (celebs included) stood behind this product.

My skin has been changing with age, the weather, the pollution and sun exposure, and my lack of consistency with beauty products... I am just out here trying to keep up with all of it. So why not try it? I mixed mine with raw apple cider vinegar.



After ten minutes, your skin starts to tighten up and tingle. It made me giggle.  After 20 minutes (and these selfies), I went to remove the mask. This part is going to be a liiiiiittle tough, I even contemplated taking the 2nd shower just to take the mask off properly. Instead, I stayed at the sink, cupped warm water into my hands, and pushed the water into my sink. I did that to all parts of my face before rubbing or pulling anything off. TRUST ME WHEN I TELL YOU THINK MASK GETS HARD. As soon as the clay softens up with the water, I started to rub it off in circular motions as the clay became clunky. I patted dry my face with a towel and voila!


This masks essentially detoxifies the face and removes impurities, so you'll see that there is no shine. When you wipe the mask off, all of your oils go with it which is why I have a matte completion in the photo above. Because your oils are not stripped, make sure to MOISTURIZED, very well, before going outside. 

Apparently, this is a gift that keeps on giving... From what I have read around the world wide web, it is not until day six that you see some SERIOUSLY clean skin. So I will keep an eye on my face (well two eyes on my face ;) ) and keep you posted. 








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