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GMCC Premium Sodium Clay Large

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Good Mama's Cleansing Clay for External Use

GMCC Sodium Clay is the best cleanse and detox for Hair, Skin & Body. Its ability to attract heavy metals, toxins, pesticides and poisons makes it of great for external detoxing and cleansing of pores and roots of hair. GMCC Sodium Clay has a stronger negative charge. Our GMCC Sodium Bentonite Clay has additional skin benefits. From Wyoming

Uses of GMCC Sodium Bentonite Clay for Skin
The skin suffers a lot of irritations everyday due to constant exposure to toxins in the environment. This makes it more in need of detoxification and cleansing, which gets rid of the accumulated toxins that can make it look old and unhealthy. Helps skin conditions, acne, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis and burns. Apply the mixture over the entire body. The clay works to absorb toxins through the pores of the epidermis. Try this after opening pores with a hot cloth in a hot bath or sauna.

Here are GMCC Sodium Bentonite Clay Uses for Skin:

  • Clay mask on skin soothes irritations
  • Applied to boils, pimples and wounds for faster healing
  • Used for drying up blisters
  • Bentonite clay mask makes the skin look brighter
  • It tones the skin and firms up the skin on the face
  • Bentonite clay reduces lines and wrinkles on the face
  • It helps in exfoliation of dead cells
  • Use it to treat acne and also reduce large pores


To enjoy these benefits of the mask, make a skin cleansing mask at least three times a month. You could also make regular GMCC Sodium Bentonite Clay Bath for skin detox and treatment of other skin ailments.

GMCC Sodium Clay Bath & Body Recipe
GMCC Sodium Clay is the most important ingredient in Clay bath recipes for the whole body.
Deep Cleanse the whole body from head to toe with this Clay and soothe any discomforts you may be feeling. Some people add their favorite essential oils. This is also a good for kids. No side effects!

Instructions for making the GMCC Mud Bath 
1-2 cups of GMCC Sodium Bentonite Clay. Add a little warm water. Mix in a non-metallic container. Go ahead and add into your bathtub water and sit in it for about 30-45 minutes.


GMCC for Feet Issues 
If you suffer joint problems, especially in the feet, a Bentonite Clay foot-bath is exactly what you need to treat the pain and rejuvenate your feet in four ways:

  • It removes grime on your feet
  • Unclogs pores and removes oil buildup to help your feet breathe
  • Softens rough skin on the heels
  • Gets rid of foot joint pain


To make a Foot Bath:

  1. Fill your foot bath with about 6 inches of warm water
  2. Add lavender or rosemary oil if you like for aromatherapy purposes
  3. Sprinkle GMCC Bentonite Clay powder and stir to make a foot bath
  4. Put your feet in the bath for about 20-30 minutes and pat dry after.


Remember to moisturize. Using an All Natural Olive Oils, Coconut Oils, or Shea Butter is best.

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