Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Review

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Review

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Review

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, a long, fancy name for bentonite clay.

What is bentonite clay?

Bentonite clay is composed of ash made from volcanoes. The majority of this ash comes from the volcanoes in Fort Benton, Wyoming which is where bentonite clay got it’s name from!

Bentonite clay is packed with minerals and does a wonderful job of purifying skin and drawing out toxins. The process is actually really interesting. Bentonite clay has negatively charged molecules where as toxins have positively charged molecules. Essentially, the bentonite clay binds with toxins to help purify the skin. Imagine a bouncer rushing into a club and throwing someone on to the curb. Yeap, that’s bentonite clay for you, a powerhouse that’s going to show dirt who’s boss!

So what’s Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay?

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay comes from Death Valley, “where it is sun-dried for up to six months in temperatures that sometimes reach 134 degrees.” It is sold as a all-in-one, beauty product that promises to clear your skin, leave you glowing, pay your bills and clean your house.

It is one of Amazon’s best selling beauty products and at a price tag of CAD 16.99, you know I had to jump on the bandwagon!

FEEL YOUR FACE PULSATE

(and indeed I did)

Let’s jump right in!

What you’ll want to do is grab a good unprocessed, natural Apple Cider Vinegar. Mixing the clay with ACV helps balance the PH levels, making it suitable to use on your skin.

Grab a bowl or container and a spoon (non metal) and start mixing up your concoction! Find a consistency that’s suitable for your skin. I prefer it a little bit thinner as I notice the more I use, the drier my skin is afterwards.

Once you have your desired consistency, apply to face with brush or fingers, sit back and relax. For sensitive skin leave on for 5-10mins and for normal/oily skin 15-20 minutes.

You’ll literally feel this mask dry down in minutes. Your face pulsates, as stated on the packaging and it feels like it’s putting in work and even some overtime.

After about 20 minutes, I washed it off with warm water and a soft wash cloth. This stuff dries down like cement. You really have to scrub it off your skin while trying to be careful and not tug and pull on it.

Your skin will appear to be really red right after washing it off immediately afterwards. I took these pictures about 10 minutes after washing the clay mask off and the redness was still lingering. This is because the clay brings your blood up to the surface of your face, which is why you feel pulsating.

Would I recommend it?

Uh, yes. I’m sold. So much so that when I bought this on a recent trip to Florida and got it thrown out by TSA, I literally sobbed in front of the TSA agent, hoping this would change her mind, it didn’t. I hopped right onto Amazon and bought it with one day delivery so I wouldn’t be without it for too long.

Using this once weekly, I’ve definitely noticed an improvement in the general appearance of my skin. Most notably in the softness and texture of my skin. It’s perfect for cystic pimples, bringing them to a head and drying them out with ease!

If you have acne prone skin, this needs to be in your bathroom or at reaching distance at all times!

Have you tried this Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay out before? Did you find out it’s secret?

QUEENONADIME

Lela | Vancouver, BC | 23 | Beauty enthusiast on a budget.
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