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Sea Clay – This dark gray-green clay is ideal for facial masks and body mud masks. It originated as mud laid down under the sea millions of years ago. This clay acts as a mild exfoliant and is thought to have many properties around detox and cellulite reduction. Sea Clay works wonderfully as a mask, body wrap, hair wrap and to color soap. It can be used by itself or in conjunction with other clays.

INCI: Hydrous Alumina Silicate
 

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by Vicki
on 4/16/2014
nicer color
I just wanted to add that I think this comes out a nicer color (a little more green) in cold process soap than it appears in the above photo. Love using the clays to color my soap. Gives them a much more natural "earthy" look.
by Ceme
on 4/3/2014
I love it!
Made a sample bar before rolling out to my customers. Five ladies tested the samples. My sample was made using 8 oz of goats milk m&p, 1 tsp of sea clay (not overflowing), not quite a 1/2 tsp of castor oil, 1/8 tsp of black luster mica, and fragranced with Black Amber and Lavendar (its my newest favorite scent, 5 drops) ... Slightly exfoliating, not scratchy or harsh. Personally, I thought it was going to dry my skin because of the clay - nope, non-drying. AMAZING! Washed my makeup off in one washing, lathered nice, my skin was glowing after use. The black luster made the soap look more steely instead of green/gray. I have to get a big jar of this stuff and keep in my soap closet.
by Clare
on 10/23/2013
A gorgeous green in finished soap
I use sea clay as a colorant in CP milk soap, sometimes in the body of the soap, but mostly for a contrasting surface color in decorative soaps. I love the muted green color of this clay in the finished soap. Hydrating sea clay with a little distilled water before blending into the soap at a light trace has been working great, and a little clay goes a long way!
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