Aztec Secret Health & Beauty Indian Healing Clay

$12.25/ 16 fl. oz. (Prices vary on where the product is purchased.)
@ Amazon, Walmart (Also found at other stores)

How it claims to work:
The unique structure of the molecules in Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay carry a negative electron charge. This comes from the valence electron count from the specific minerals found in Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay.
When a spectrographic 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 pimples and blackheads into the clay bed to cause accelerated healing and nourishment to the skin with over 50 minerals.100% NATURAL. (Source:

I got my healing clay from ThriveMarket. I had heard several good things about this product, and it popped up on my Instagram feed and I became interested again. With the price from ThriveMarket being so affordable, I said why not try it. After reading the instructions, you have the option to use either water or apple cider vinegar. Of course, I used the apple cider vinegar. When measuring what you will need, I suggest mixing little by little until you get the amount you think will be enough. A little definitely goes a long way. If you find that you mixed too much, I learned that putting the excess in a sandwich bag will keep the mask from drying out. This mask claims to be a detox mask, which means that it sucks out all dirt and impurities you may have. This also means that the mask will allow any breakouts that are beneath the surface to show on the surface of the skin. After using this, I noticed several notable things. The mask was a very intensive mud mask. The mask dries very hard and tightens the skin. It took a minute to remove the mask completely, and I also recommend taking your time to prevent any damage to your skin.  My skin was slightly red afterward, as it mentioned it would be on the back of the product; it went away within 30 minutes.  My skin was very soft and it felt very detoxed. I will probably routinely use this once a week for preventive purposes. This product also can be used on hair and body, but I probably won’t use them for those purposes. I feel the best follow-up treatment would be a peel off mask. The peel off would grab away all of the impurities the clay mask brought to the surface. I left the mask on for about 15-20 minutes; I put the mask on before getting in the shower and removed when I got out the shower. Overall, I was very pleased with the results. I can’t wait to see what long term effects this product may have.

Ratings and Comments:
I recommend that everyone should have this on their beauty shelf. It’s a good beauty secret that can help all skin types. If you have sensitive skin, I recommend not allowing the mask get completely dry because it may be too harsh to remove when completely dry. If you have dry skin, please moisturize after this mask as it will dry your skin out more.

I give this product a 5 out of 5.





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