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New Zealand Glacial Clay is a versatile product that can be used in multiple ways to achieve the results you desire.


New Zealand Glacial Clay is an incredibly versatile product with a wide variety of applications. 100% natural, organic, and with no additives or preservatives, New Zealand Glacial Clay is a reflection of the pure, untouched land it comes from.

We have a focus on sustainability and manage our precious resource with the utmost care to ensure it remains as pure as the day it was created. It's these high production values that make us a logical choice for natural skin and organic companies, cosmetic formulators and businesses in the spa and wellness sector.

New Zealand Glacial Clay is extensively used as a cosmetic ingredient, including but not limited to: body butter creams, mineral make-up, toners, moisturizers, and cleansers. It is also well utilised in spa applications such as: facial masks, body wraps, mineral mud baths, body and foot scrubs. Enjoy the versatility today!

 

Standard Clay Bath Formula

standard clay bath formula


A simple clay bath formula to dispel toxins and leave the skin feeling relaxed, smooth and hydrated.

  1. Mix 1-2 cups of New Zealand Glacial Clay mix with 8 cups of warm water, creating a slurry
  2. fill the bath to a temperature comfortable to you
  3. while the bath is filling, add the New Zealand Glacial Clay slurry and essential oils
  4. continue to mix the bath contents while it fills, removing any lumps created with the clay
  5. before entering the bath, shower to remove any excess bacteria or toxins from the skin
  6. soak in the bath for 20 minutes with as much of your body submerged as possible
  7. at the end of the bath, shower to remove residual clay
  8. pat dry and moisturise the skin.
Standard face mask formula

standard face mask formula


An easy-to-make face mask to unclog and shrink the pores and leave the skin clean and blemish free.

  1. Use our pre-hydrated New Zealand Glacial Clay Mud Masque as a base – or if using our dry New Zealand Glacial Clay powder, combine 1 tablespoon of powder with 4 tablespoons of water in a non-metal bowl*. Mix with a non-metal utensil* until the clay has the consistency of a paste
  2. add ½ tsp. of an essential oil or honey (optional)
  3. apply the New Zealand Glacial Clay face mask using circular movements, avoiding the eye area
  4. leave the face mask on for 10-15 minutes
  5. gently rinse the face mask off with warm water and a wash cloth
  6. pat face dry.
 
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oily skin face mask formula


A variation of the standard face mask formula, specifically designed for users with oily or acne-prone skin.

  1. Take our pre-hydrated New Zealand Glacial Clay Mud Masque – or if using our dry New Zealand Glacial Clay powder, combine 1 tablespoon of powder with 4 tablespoons of water in a non-metal bowl*
  2. add 1 tbsp. of lemon juice or a few drops of jojoba oil
  3. mix with a non-metal utensil* until the clay has the consistency of a paste
  4. apply the New Zealand Glacial Clay face mask using circular movements, avoiding the eye area
  5. leave the face mask on for 10-15 minutes
  6. gently rinse the face mask off with warm water and a wash cloth
  7. pat face dry.
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dry skin face mask formula


A variation of the standard face mask formula, specifically designed for users with dry skin.

  1. Take our pre-hydrated New Zealand Glacial Clay Mud Masque – or if using our dry New Zealand Glacial Clay powder, combine 1 tablespoon of powder with 4 tablespoons of water in a non-metal bowl*
  2. add 1/4 cup of mashed avocado
  3. mix with a non-metal utensil* until the clay has the consistency of a paste
  4. apply the New Zealand Glacial Clay face mask using circular movements, avoiding the eye area
  5. leave the face mask on for 10-15 minutes
  6. gently rinse the face mask off with warm water and a wash cloth
  7. pat face dry.

*Note: do not use a metallic bowl or metallic instruments when mixing your New Zealand Glacial Clay formula, as the minerals within can interact with the metal and generate irregular results.