White Cosmetic (Kaolin Clay)


Best for dry or sensitive skin. This fine and light-colored clay has the mildest absorption properties of all our clays, making it very versatile. Often this clay is found as an ingredient in mineral-based makeup, soaps, scrubs, poultices, deodorants, facial powders, and masks.

Description: White Kaolin Clay (also known as White Cosmetic Clay, China White, and White Clay) is a very fine and light clay that has natural absorbency properties and that is very useful on normal, dry, and sensitive skin. It is the most versatile and easily applied clay and is found in virtually all powdered and dry cosmetics.

White Kaolin Clay, named after the Kao-ling mountain in China, where the clay was mined for centuries, is a great oil-absorber on top of working well for addressing hyperpigmentation, as it has mild bleaching properties. The clay is the gentlest and thus great for sensitive dry skin.

Quarry minded from naturally occurring deposits and is water washed. Due to its unrefined nature, the dried clay is an off-white color, and turns brown when mixed with water.

Ingredients: 100% White Kaolin clay

Best Time to Use: Any.

Container Information (Specs): 4-ounce Clear Round Glass Jar with Black Top (with inner sealant).

Weight: 7.5 ounces.

FDA Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

Frequently Asked Questions

How many capsules per bottle?

100 capsules (500mg each)

What type of capsules do you use?

Hard HPMC, Clear EMBO Capsules. Size # “0”. Vegetable (Vegan). Digestibility: 100%

Can I take with prescription medication?

Do not take with prescription medication.

Can children take the capsules?

Yes, ages 12 and above

Is it safe for vegans?

Absolutely! all of our products are vegan. Contains no preservatives, fillers, binders, food coloring, additives, or other exipients. Free of GMO ingredients, gluten, soy, corn, and nuts.

How to apply clay mask?

Instructions (for use): Mix one part water to one part clay (thick), or, mix 1 tablespoon to ¼ cup of water (thin). Let stand overnight (or for 12 hours). When clay is ready, apply a thin layer of clay to cleansed skin while gently massaging onto the skin with your fingers (be sure to keep the clay away from your eyes and mouth).

As you apply the clay, never use your fingers in a downward motion, apply with upward strokes. Leave the clay on the skin for 7-12 minutes allowing the clay to slightly dry. If the clay begins to crack and itch, it has been on too long.

To remove clay: Use a wet lukewarm or cool soft wash cloth and lay on your face for a few seconds to soften the mask, then rinse the remaining clay off with warm water. Try not to scrub as you remove the clay.

Use twice a week or as needed.

For external use only.

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