Much has been written about Cleopatra’s habit to take bath with milk and cream brush with natural honey and aloe. But less known is that Cleopatra is maintained tan clay.
Clay in Egypt contains volcanic ash and other items, but most commonly found clay, montmorillonite we call – the name of a town in France where it was first discovered.
When clay called alive, have on the skin, it hydrates and electrifying. Then the clay swells and takes on the dirt surface layer. Then begins the action of minerals that invigorate the skin and remove excess particles from its surface. Electric charge does it prevent the absorption of pollutants.
Furthermore montmorillonite clay has antibacterial activity.
According to scientists, in addition to benefits the skin, it stops producing bacteria such as staphylococci and E. Coli in the body and maintain good condition of the liver.
In several countries in the world has reserves of different types of clay. They all contain many minerals. Some of them are used in cosmetic masks and supplements. Very popular example is the clay from the Dead Sea, which contains 21 minerals difference.
Recently, in the Sierra Nevada were discovered deposits of montmorillonite clay, which is incredibly dry and well preserved.
Samples collected from 25 locations around the hills have been studied by scientists and California, they found that this clay contains 75 essential minerals. Now that Clay is known as “Sierra”.
It is true that Cleopatra had one advantage. During her time there was no air pollutants, which suffer from her skin But you do not have to contend with the chemicals used by other chemicals.
With clay, they are removed by 100% natural substances. It also adds luster to the skin and complexion, which would be remarkable even Cleopatra.