Where does green clay come from?

Answer Green clay mining has unearthed clay deposits all over the world, including locations in the United States, France, Italy and Mexico. Green clay comes from volcanic sedimentary rock or coastal area... Read More »

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How to Use French Green Clay?

A typical spa treatment, people use French Green Clay primarily as a facial or in bathwater. The mineral content of the clay--which can include magnesium, potassium and calcium, among other propert... Read More »

The Properties of French Green Clay?

French green clay is also known as illite clay or sea clay -- "sea" clay because this is where it comes from. Certain areas just off the coast of France have large deposits of the clay on the ocean... Read More »

How to Make Hydrated Green Clay?

Green clay, or Bentonite, swells to up to 18 times its volume when fully hydrated. Green clay can be mined all over the world. Depending on the ultimate use, the clay is dried in either a kiln or t... Read More »

How to Make a Face Pack With Green Clay?

Green clay is often referred to as French green clay due to the one-time monopoly France had on the market. Green clay is used both internally and cosmetically and contains magnesium, calcium, phos... Read More »