Anti-dandruff mask

Mix the green clay with one table spoon of almond oil and add some drops of thyme oil, lemon oil and tea tree oil. Slather the mass on the head skin and leave on for 30 minutes. Then rinse with a gentle shampoo.

Anti-dandruff mask

Mix the green clay with one table spoon of almond oil and add some drops of thyme oil, lemon oil and tea tree oil. Slather the mass on the head skin and leave on for 30 minutes. Then rinse with a gentle shampoo.

Cracked Heels

First we knead the clay batter and add one tea spoon of the rosehip oil. The mass is slightly warmed up to the temperature of 25-30°C. The clay batter is slathered on a cloth and applied to the heel; then it is fixed up and wrapped in a polyethylene sheet and warm material.

Cracked Heels

First we knead the clay batter and add one tea spoon of the rosehip oil. The mass is slightly warmed up to the temperature of 25-30°C. The clay batter is slathered on a cloth and applied to the heel; then it is fixed up and wrapped in a polyethylene sheet and warm material.

Cellulitis and Thrombophlebitis

The clay dissolves in pure water until it has consistency of light batter or thick cream, and until it reaches plasticity. ln principle, it is used when it is heated up (35-40°c), although, in some diseases, it is recommended to use cold clay only, for instance, in inflammation processes, heart diseases, thrombosis, etc. The green clay is used in a wide variety of diseases whilst no special treatment or equipment is needed, and therefore, it sounds like an excellent aid both in the spa and home treatments. The preparation of clay mass is recommended to be done in a ceramic, wooden or plastic container by using a wooden or plastic spoon. For heating the clay up to the temperature required the water banks or microwave can be used.

Cellulitis and Thrombophlebitis

The clay dissolves in pure water until it has consistency of light batter or thick cream, and until it reaches plasticity. ln principle, it is used when it is heated up (35-40°c), although, in some diseases, it is recommended to use cold clay only, for instance, in inflammation processes, heart diseases, thrombosis, etc. The green clay is used in a wide variety of diseases whilst no special treatment or equipment is needed, and therefore, it sounds like an excellent aid both in the spa and home treatments. The preparation of clay mass is recommended to be done in a ceramic, wooden or plastic container by using a wooden or plastic spoon. For heating the clay up to the temperature required the water banks or microwave can be used.

Anti-wrinkle face mask

We need:
• 1 tea spoon of green clay
• 2 table spoons of potato starch
• 1 yolk of egg
• 1 table spoon of sour cream
• 1 table spoon of olive oil or almond oil
• 2 drops of Vitamin A in form of oil

Mix all ingredients into one homogenous mass which should be slathered on the clean complexion of face, neck and decollate. The mask should be used twice or three times a week during one month period.

Anti-wrinkle face mask

We need:
• 1 tea spoon of green clay
• 2 table spoons of potato starch
• 1 yolk of egg
• 1 table spoon of sour cream
• 1 table spoon of olive oil or almond oil
• 2 drops of Vitamin A in form of oil

Mix all ingredients into one homogenous mass which should be slathered on the clean complexion of face, neck and decollate. The mask should be used twice or three times a week during one month period.