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HomeRemedySkinClear.com Announces Launch of New Site Featuring Innovative Magnetic Clay Detox Skin Care Products

January 21, 2012

HomeRemedySkinClear.com announces launch of new website featuring Natural Remedies utilizing Detox Clay for healing skin ailments including, rashes, adult acne, red skin, and sensitive skin.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 21, 2012

HomeRemedySkinClear.com offers healing clay detox products utilizing a unique type of clay called Bentonite Calcium Montmorillonite or Kanwa. Online viewers will receive in depth details on how to make their own home remedy face mask cleanser, soaps and shampoos. The website also includes the scientific properties of healing clay, clay´s chemical structure and the many uses of clay.

HomeRemedySkinClear.com features natural clay products with the main ingredient of Calcium Montmorillonite clay. This rare type of clay forms from geologic tectonic plate activity, volcanic action and river hydrolysis. Its flat silicate crystal flake is known to carry a strong negative ionic charge, which accounts for its high absorbency. Theories in alternative medicine claim certain types of clay such as calcium montmorillonite have the ability to absorb toxins and harmful bacteria.

Healing Clay has been used throughout history for detoxifying contaminated water, healing wounds, and protecting the skin. Native Medicine Men used a unique type of clay for detoxification during traditional Indian sweat lodge ceremonies. African tribes also commonly used montmorillonite clay to purify drinking water and absorb toxins from poisonous foods. Natural Health Practitioners prescribe Bentonite clay for stomach detoxification. Home remedies utilizing calcium montmorillonite clay is a growing trend that is known to serve many benefits with little or no harsh side effects.

HomeRemedySkinClear.com offers online purchases of natural clay skin care products where shoppers can learn how to make their own home remedies and receive an in depth education on the background, science, and history of clay home remedies.

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