Beauty in Death Valley

Deep in the mud of Death Valley, California lies a beauty gem so magnificent it may change your skin forever. This 100% all natural miracle dries up blemishes, blackheads, tightens pores, softens skins and leaves you glowing.  The secret…Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay is unlike any other mask. It’s a dry bentonite clay that you mix with apple cider vinegar and it starts to fizz. After you apply it to your skin it begins to harden, your face actually tightens and pulsates. You actually feel the mask working! After all is dried I use a washcloth to help scrub the mask off since it can be pretty tough to wash away.

The website claims the unique structure of the molecules in Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay carry a negative electron charge. This comes from the valance electron count from the specific minerals found in Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay. When a spectographic analysis is done on Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, almost every mineral found on Earth is present. Aztec Secret is volcanic Ash from when the Earth was formed It is the foam residue left as the planet cooled The foam residue formed a pure clay vein layered between white sand, near one of the lowest parts of planet Earth. When a facial or clay poultice is applied to the skin it forms a negative charge. Poisons and toxins stored in the epidermis have a positive charge – Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay lifts the pimple and blackheads into the clay bed to cause accelerated healing and nourishment to the skin with over 50 minerals.

There are so many other ingredients you can mix with this mask to make it beneficial for you. The website suggest other ways such as adding green tea and honey but there are many happy mask users who come up with their own recipes they found worked wonders for their skin. And for about $10 a jar you can’t go wrong. Give it a try, your skin will love you!

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