EXFOLIATES. TONES. SOOTHES.
Also known as white clay, kaolin clay is among the mildest of all clays. Kaolin is a gentle clay that cleanses and pulls impurities from the pores without causing redness and irritation, dermatologists say. It can help to draw out oils and impurities off the skin’s surface, making it an ideal pick for oily and combination skin types.
- Saponified oils of Palm, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil + Cocoa Butter.
- Purified Water
- Sodium Hydroxide
- Essential oils: Lavender
- Other: Kaolin Clay, Chamomile
KAOLIN CLAY BAR SOAP
- It Helps Control Oiliness:
Even though Kaolin clay is not a great absorbent like other clays, especially Bentonite clay, it can remove excess sebum from your face. It clears the skin pores, but without stripping your skin of the natural oils (which are also essential to keep it moisturized).
- It Is A Natural Detoxifier And Exfoliator:
Kaolin clay cleans traces of dirt, pollution, grime, and bacteria effectively from your skin. It does not clog the skin pores and cause breakouts. It removes traces of dead skin cells without causing any redness or irritation.
- It Can Soothe Rashes And Irritation:
Be it bug bites or itchy rashes, Kaolin clay can help your skin calm down. It has mild healing properties, and when applied to the affected area, it soothes inflammation immediately. However, it shouldn’t be considered as the only healing option. Instead, use it for initial and temporary relief.
- It Tones Your Skin:
Kaolin clay stimulates your skin cells. When used regularly, it brightens and tones your skin. However, you will not see immediate effects. You need to to use it for a long time before you see any results.
Lather up and rinse off!