I picked it up from Vitamin Shoppe. It is also available +Amazon.com .
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On the clay box it suggest that it should be used with apple cider vinegar but I find apple cider vinegar to be too harsh for my combo to dry skin .So I use it with drinking water. If you have oily skin you can try using it with apple cider vinegar.
I have a combo skin, mostly dry with oily t-zone ,and is acne prone. My skin is very sensitive too. For the past four years I have been trying various face mask but I did not see results as good as I saw with the Indian healing clay. It did a really great job in clearing up my skin and keeping acne at bay.
Method of application-Mix a tablespoon of the clay with enough drinking water or apple cider vinegar if you have super oily skin to make a paste like consistency. Do not use a metal bowl.Apply it onto the face with a clean brush (I use my hands).
This is how the clay looks dry:-
After making a paste which is not too thick nor thin:-
When first applied on the face ,it looks like this :-
After it gets dry, looks like this :-
Let it dry. On drying it will pulsate a little. Then wash with water. Do not forget to moisture your face after washing cause it tends to be a little drying.
Another way in which you can use this is on your stomach postpartum. After delivery the skin on the stomach tends to sag. Mix Indian healing with a teaspoon of black tea , a teaspoon of coffee, few drops of witch hazel and lavender oil and cover your stomach with this mask. This helps to tighten the loose skin on the stomach.
I try to use the mask atleast twice a week .Be sure to do a patch test if you decide to give this mask a try. Also keep in mind that products work differently on different type of skin so please share your experience with me.
Have a great day and keep smiling .. :)