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With the right ingredients, you can make an all-natural face scrub for oily skin. Start with an exfoliant like baking soda, coffee grounds, or flour. Baking soda will balance your skin’s pH, while coffee grounds will perk you up. Next, add a liquid like egg whites or aloe vera. Olive oil is great for moisturizing while removing extra sebum. You can also add an extra anti-sebum ingredient like turmeric, sea buckthorn oil, or bentonite clay.
Bentonite Clay is among those clays you're likely to see in popular cosmetics, from a foundation to a face mask or something you could use for a cleansing or detox ritual. The antibacterial action of the clay makes it a good skincare ingredient, and its ability to bind with heavy metals and even help with defluoridation of water have opened up more possibilities.
Sick of overpriced beauty products that fall short? Looking for the right home remedy for your skin? Bentonite clay might just be the answer you're looking for. The clay, when mixed properly with water and applied consistently, can reduce those zits, give you a facial, remove sunburn irritants and insect bites, and clear up the hair buildup.
Bentonite clay helps heal eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and other skin problems. It has powerful antibiotic properties that help ward off various viruses, infections and diseases. It helps remove fluoride and toxic metals from water. It is extremely popular as a colon cleanser and natural detoxifier. Consume internally, add it to your bath or use as a facial mask.