Healing properties of clay

Clay is a perfect antiseptic. It has anti-inflammatory, stimulating and regenerating properties. Clay is able to absorb fats and liquids, perfectly eliminates skin imperfections. It can be white, blue, green, pink, red, gray, yellow and even black. Each species has its own special properties.

For example, white clay has regenerative properties, improves the complexion and also perfectly struggling with acne. Blue clay-a storehouse of anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, it fights cellulite.

Green clay is great for deep cleansing and also regenerates and nourishes the skin, tightens enlarged pores. Green clay can restore facial contour and tighten the skin.

Pink clay strengthens your nails, and grey will perfectly moisturize the skin. Red clay is essential for sensitive skin prone to redness.

Yellow clay has antigravity and exfoliating properties. Black clay is fighting the toxins in the body, so very often it is used under the wraps.

What kind of clay can be used on a pregnant woman?

During pregnancy, the cosmetic purposes, you can use any clay as long as it was clean. The correct way is to buy clay from the pharmacy.

The maximum result from the use of clay is observed in the form of cosmetic masks. You just need to choose the type of clay that is most suitable to your skin if there is not a specific color of the clay can take any. It is important to remember that masks need to be cooked in a ceramic or glass container (not in iron), to avoid oxidation.

For better results, clay masks are often added different ingredients: lemon juice, oatmeal, cucumber juice, decoctions of herbs.
In addition to skin problems with enlarged pores, acne, increased oiliness, while waiting for the baby, you may encounter problems such as papilloma on the chest and neck, as well as varicose veins. To get rid of them, making lotions, poultices of clay with grated garlic. Thus, constant care of the skin using clay masks will allow a pregnant woman to be young and attractive.

Contraindications to the use of clay during pregnancy is not. The only limitation is individual intolerance, expressed in the appearance of allergic reactions.