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Out of Stock until September 30th.

Green Zeolite Clay – Our Green Clay is mixed in the famous Amargosa Valley of New Mexico. It has incredibly high purity. Zeolite is most often used for odor absorption and ion exchange. In cosmetic-grade products, it is fantastic as a mild scrub, natural colorant or as a cleansing agent, due to its exceptional absorption properties. Our Zeolite is commercially sterilized and free of bacteria.
 

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by Carolyn
on 7/23/2014
Great Addition To My Acne Soap
I started making acne soap for my son when we couldn't find anything that helped the acne without drying out his skin. He wanted it to have a bit of exfoliation to it, so I added this to the MP Hemp. I use tea tree, lemongrass and rosemary essential oil. This product made it perfect. It has a nice mild grit to it and it made the soap a beautiful emerald color. It works so well and looks so nice that I am going to start selling it.
by Vicki
on 4/16/2014
Love all the clays so far!
I am really loving all the clays I have tried so far, this one is different from the rest, as others have commented, in that it does have a bit of a sandy/grittiness to it, but I think it adds a cool quality to the soap bars. It comes out a pretty speckled grey-green (sage) color in cp soap. I notice that when I pair it with a rose clay both this and the sea clay look much greener than when they are used alone. By themselves they appear more grey in tone, weird how the eye works, but something to keep in mind when creating your designs.
by Lesli
on 1/25/2014
Deep, pretty green in CP
I loved the color it created, but was surprised to find it scratchy in the finished product--none of my other clays do that. It's a not a minus, though--just something to keep in mind.
by Amy
on 11/24/2013
Amagrosa valley?
I live in NM and there isn't an amagrosa valley, but there is one in nevada. Is that what you guys meant? Tried this for a clay mask, love the product, would love to know if it's really from NM because then I could sell it as a local product.
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