The clays used in Diamond's & Rust contain ancient regenerative properties from their ancestral ecosystems.Because of this they have been use for thousands of years by different cultures in wound healing, infections, rahes, bites, stings,
:: Ritual ::
1 part measurement: 1 part can be any size you would like.
Example: 1 tsp powder to 1 tsp liquid
Start with around 1 tsp for full face coverage and work your way up from there to cover more areas.
You will find the amount that works for you!
Use up to 3-4 times a week.
For sensitive skin only apply a thin layer & remove after 15 minutes. If serious discomfort arises, remove immediately and moisturize with Radiant Salvation or your preferred skin care.
:: Ingredients ::
Rhassoul Red Clay, Rosehip, Hibiscus & Bentonite Clay
|Rhassoul Red Clay
|Rhassoul clay is from ancient deposits unearthed from the fertile Atlas Mountains in Morocco. It blends extremely well with water/liquid making its application to the skin a smooth and luxurious experience. As Rhassoul is considered to contain higher percentages of silica and magnesium than other clays, it is thought to be a superior personal care ingredient.
|Vitamin C powerhouse, Anti-Inflammatory, stimulates collagen production improving fine lines & texture while soothing redness.
|Hibiscus is known for its rich levels of antioxidants, including vitamin C and beta-carotene. It also contains an antioxidative and anti-inflammatory plant pigment, anthocyanin, which gives the plant its pink-red hue. Together these fight off free-radicals that help to decrease inflammation & hydrate to keep the skin tight and taut. It also has natural surfactants, called saponins, that cleanse the skin in the process.
|Absorbent clay that comes from volcanic ash with a slightly negative charge that attracts positive ions like metals and toxins and draws them out of the skin. Removes impurities that can cause acne & makes skin more resilient to future flare ups for inflammatory infections. Antibacterial & Anti-Inflammatory. Great for poison oak, poison ivy and other skin lesions