Clay minerals are included in several health care formulations. In particular, they are presented in many semisolid preparations with different functions, including stabilization of suspensions and emulsions, viscosizing and other special rheological tasks, protection against environmental agents, adhesion to the skin, adsorption of greases, control of heat release, etc. These functions are possible because of the special disposition of clay mineral particles when dispersed in polar solvents, due to their high surface areas and colloidal dimensions. When necessary, clays are processed or even modified to exalt or change some properties and new clay-like materials with special features are also synthesized. For these reasons, many people use Bentonite Clay not only for tea but also for baths, cooking, and makeup.
“This clay has a unique composition and can absorb “negatively charged” toxins. People have been using calcium bentonite clay for centuries as a way to detoxify the body, improve digestion, improve skin tone, and more.” (Source)
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