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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Volcanic Ash Clay?
What kind of Volcanic Ash Clay is used in Revitalizing Clay Mask?
What is the quality of the Sodium Bentonite Clay used in Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Is the Revitalizing Clay Mask safe for the skin?
How is Sodium Bentonite Clay different from other clays and what makes it so effective in purifying the skin?
Where is Revitalizing Clay Mask manufactured?
What is Kaolin and why is it used in Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Is Revitalizing Clay Mask natural?
How can I be sure of the quality of Revitalizing Clay Mask?
When can I expect results after using Revitalizing Clay Mask?
How often can I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Do I have to continue to use Revitalizing Clay Mask or are the results permanent?
Why does my face get red after I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Why can’t I use acid peels or harsh chemicals after I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Can I use too much of the Revitalizing Clay mask? What if I leave it on for too long?
If I have oily or dry skin, can I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?

What is Volcanic Ash Clay?
Many years ago, a chain of volcanoes stretched from Mexico to southern Canada. Their powerful eruptions produced tiny cinders and dust-sized particles that billowed high into the sky and were carried eastward by the wind. As this volcanic “ash” descended back to the Earth, it settled into the Mowry Sea, a shallow, stagnant body of water which once occupied the central United States. There, the minerals in the volcanic ash reacted with elements of the salt water, forming a substance known as montmorillonite. Montmorillonite is commonly known today as Sodium Bentonite Clay

Over the years, Sodium Bentonite Clay beds became buried by deep, dense layers of silica and mud. In time, however, natural erosion caused the Bentonite layers to be re-exposed, allowing Volcanic Ash Clay to at last be discovered by man. Humankind has long embraced the health and cosmetic benefits of Volcanic Ash Clay. The first evidence of its therapeutic use was found in Mesopotamia around 2500 B.C. The ancient tribes of central Africa, North American Indians, and the spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi all praised clay for a multitude of uses. Even Cleopatra, the Egyptian queen, used Volcanic Ash Clay as part of her daily beauty regimen.

Today, Volcanic Ash Clay is one of  the best-kept secrets of many elite health and beauty spas in the world. When applied to the skin, this soothing clay firms and exfoliates, resulting in a revitalized and more youthful-looking complexion. It also has the unique ability to draw out toxins and impurities that are embedded deep within the skin’s pores.

Although costly Volcanic Ash Clay masks used to be available only to the privileged few who could afford them, Life’s Abundance now brings you a unique new line of Volcanic Ash Clay skincare masks that you can enjoy in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

What kind of Volcanic Ash Clay is used in Revitalizing Clay Mask?
The clay used in Revitalizing Clay Mask is Sodium Bentonite Clay, a special type of Bentonite Clay known for its ability to absorb impurities better than any other type of clay. Sodium Bentonite Clay is often referred to as a “living clay,” which means that it is considered safe for ingestion for humans, animals and plants (although we certainly don’t recommend that you eat our products!).

The Sodium Bentonite Clay used in the exclusive Revitalizing Clay Mask formula originates from the western United States in an area between the Black Hills of South Dakota and the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming. It was named by American geologist John Pascal shortly after its discovery in 1890. Wyoming Bentonite is believed to originate from the activity of island volcanoes that existed in the modern-day Idaho region.

What is the quality of the Sodium Bentonite Clay used in Revitalizing Clay Mask?
The Sodium Bentonite Clay used in Revitalizing Clay Mask is USP-NF grade, which assures that the product has met rigorously high standards of quality. It is also considered pharmaceutical grade.

Is the Revitalizing Clay Mask safe for the skin?
Yes. The primary ingredients used in Revitalizing Clay Mask are Bentonite, Sodium Bentonite and Kaolin clays, which are natural substances that have been used for centuries. Today, Sodium Bentonite Clay is currently sold by many companies as an ingestible product, although the FDA has never approved it for internal use.

How is Sodium Bentonite Clay different from other clays and what makes it so effective in purifying the skin?
The effectiveness of Sodium Bentonite Clay lies in its natural properties, described in detail below.

  • It has a negative charge. While toxins and other impurities carry a positive charge, Sodium Bentonite is negatively charged. The surface of the Sodium Bentonite Clay molecule is comprised of numerous microscopic platelets, just 1 to 2 microns in size, each with a negative electrical attraction for positively charged toxins. This creates a strong magnetic-like effect which draws toxins and impurities to the molecule’s surface and holds them there. These impurities are then carried away with the clay when it is removed, leaving behind skin that’s cleansed, refreshed and purified.

  • It is highly absorbent. Sodium Bentonite Clay is hydrophilic, which means that it has an affinity for water and is highly absorbent. In more simplistic terms, the structure of Sodium Bentonite is much like a sandwiched deck of cards. When placed in water, these cards or platelets shift apart or “swell”, creating a larger surface area with which to attract toxins and impurities. This unique characteristic enables Sodium Bentonite Clay to absorb 7 to 10 times its own weight in water and swell up to 18 times its dry volume. This is why Sodium Bentonite Clay is called a “swelling clay”. Its strong absorptive properties enhance its magnetic-like effect and make it even more effective in soaking up skin-choking toxins and impurities.

Where is Revitalizing Clay Mask manufactured?
Our clay mask is manufactured in a 100,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art cosmetics manufacturing company in Florida. This same facility has been used to make some of the most exclusive and expensive cosmetic products in the industry.

In business for more than 25 years, our manufacturing company follows all General Manufacturing Practices (GMP). GMP regulations ensure that products are consistently produced in a controlled environment with quality standards guiding their intended use. This ensures that the products you purchase are safe and effective.

What is Kaolin and why is it used in Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Kaolin is a natural, clay-like substance that is composed of many different types of minerals. This insoluble white powder is highly absorbent, helping to remove excess oil, dirt and impurities from the skin. Kaolin is ideal for all skin types and has been used in cosmetics and skincare products for centuries. It is used in our products to further enhance the deep detoxifying effects of Sodium Bentonite Clay.

Is Revitalizing Clay Mask natural?
Yes. The clays, botanicals and essentials oils used in Revitalizing Clay Mask are natural. The non-natural ingredients are the preservatives, which are necessary to preserve the product’s freshness.

How can I be sure of the quality of Revitalizing Clay Mask?
The manufacturing process used to make our Volcanic Ash Clay masks follows all General Manufacturing Practices (GMP), which ensure that products are produced in a controlled environment under high quality standards.

In addition, the Sodium Bentonite Clay used in the Revitalizing Clay Mask product is USP-NF (United States Pharmacopeia–National Formulary) grade and is also considered a pharmaceutical grade.

When can I expect results after using Revitalizing Clay Mask?
After using Revitalizing Clay Mask for the first time, you should notice a difference in the feel, texture and radiance of your skin. You will also see improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, scars and skin discoloration. The more frequently it is used, the better your results.

How often can I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
For best results, we recommend that you use Revitalizing Clay Mask twice a week.

Do I have to continue to use Revitalizing Clay Mask or are the results permanent?
Yes, you must continue to use the clay mask in order to maintain your results. Like any other spa treatment such as glycol peels and facials, your results will diminish once you stop using the products.

Why does my face get red after I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Some people may experience some minor redness of the skin following the use of the clay mask. This redness is a result of the product’s deep cleansing and detoxifying effects and is only temporary.

Why can’t I use acid peels or harsh chemicals after I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Due to the exfoliating and intense cleansing action of Volcanic Ash Clay, it is important that you do not apply acid-based peels or harsh chemical products to your skin immediately after using the Revitalizing Clay Mask. Doing so may cause skin irritation, redness and discomfort.

Can I use too much of the Revitalizing Clay mask? What if I leave it on for too long?
The Revitalizing Clay Mask is a gentle product, and using too much or applying it too frequently will not cause harm to your skin. At most, you may experience some minor redness that will go away in a short time.

If I have oily or dry skin, can I use Revitalizing Clay Mask?
Yes, it is ideal for all skin types.

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