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Skin Care Review: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

by Daniela Kaeini, southlake, TX usa


increases circulation, deep cleans pores

must stay on skin till dry and you look like a green alien

I have been using this clay mask for a couple of years now. I mix it with vinegar which produces a nice tingling of the skin which I equate with increased blood to my skin cells hence a great addition to an anti-ageing skin care regiment. If you must go out immedietly after the mask I wouldn't recommend the vinegar because it takes about half an hour for the redness to disappear. I've mixed it with tomatoes when my skin was extra sensitive and of course water is always good. The clay helps to draw out impurities in the pores and helps to keep them from being stretched out.

The mask done on a weekly basis helps to keep pores clean and invigorates the skin

Price (paid by reviewer)

Where to find it
health food store


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