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DIY Turmeric Mask

Facial masks may be one of my favorite methods of self care.  Unlike manicures or exercise, they give themselves to multitasking very well. It’s easy to have one on and answer emails or other tasks while still doing something that’s really good for you. 344 more words




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Hi guys just showing you how I clarify and detox my 4c natural hair with this Healing Bentonite Clay Mask. 58 more words


Avoid acidic clays

Most clays have a high alkaline pH.  Acidity is the breeding ground for disease. Look for a clay pH between 9.0 and 10.0. Avoid acidic clays.

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Bentonite Clay for Hair

I’d been trying a few no ‘poo methods, and bentonite clay was my latest.

As I explained in this post, Going No ‘Poo, I’ve recently been on, as you can gather, a no ‘poo craze. 1,057 more words


Gritting my teeth

What would you use to clean your teeth if OralB or Macleans wasn’t about?

I’ve been wondering for a while what we’d do without P&G or Unilever in our lives for toiletries like this. 491 more words

Bentonite Clay

Exchange layers

Calcium Bentonites exchanges a calcium molecule in the adsorption layer for a positive ion (a body baddie if you will) holding it captive to its magnetically dominant negative charge. 8 more words

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health benefits of bentonite clay

Bentonite Clay one of the most highly sought after healing clays in the world. Different cultures around the world, like in the Andes, Central Africa and Australia, have consumed clays in numerous ways for centuries for digestive issues, illnesses and skin conditions because of it’s ability to eliminate toxins from the human body.   10 more words