SpiritDetox.com Adds Cleanser to Beauty Lineup
SpiritDetox.com announces the addition of ClayMask Deep Pore Cleanser to its beauty products. The cleanser uses healing clay to draw oil and toxins out of the pores, with natural botanicals to tighten and refresh the skin.
Bakersfield, California (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
Customers who are looking for natural alternative to their current beauty products will find a new offering from the team at Spirit Detox (SpiritDetox.com) with the addition of ClayMask Deep Pore Cleanser to the online store. The cleanser, which is from Zion Health, complements Spirit Detox's existing line of facial cleansers, shampoos and other beauty and personal care products, all of which use clay to improve the look of the skin.
ClayMask Deep Pore Cleanser not only helps cleanse surface oil and dirt, but also deep impurities below the surface of the skin. According to Albert Milligan, owner of SpiritDetox.com, "The clay in the ClayMask Deep Pore Cleanser actually draws impurities that are trapped in the pores to the surface of the skin, where the cleanser gently washes it away."
Clay is not the only ingredient in the product. In addition to the detoxing clay, the cleanser has herbs that stimulate the skin and tighten the pores. This provides additional benefit to those who are looking to heal damage from toxins, acne and oil buildup.
"Our goal is to find the best clay based beauty and wellness products for our customers," said Mr. Milligan. "We felt like the quality of the ClayMask Deep Pore Cleanser is in line with our standards, and because of this we are pleased to add it to our current product lineup."
SpiritDetox.com is an online retailer dedicated to natural alternative treatments for common health complaints. All of the products at SpiritDetox.com harness the power of living clay to help improve health from the inside out. To learn more about how clay can help you look and feel your best, visit http://www.spiritdetox.com.
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