Have you ever heard about zeolite? It’s the mixture that results from volcanic rocks and ash combined with alkaline ground water after millions of years of blending. It’s a mineral compound with a perfect molecular structure that can rid our body from heavy metals and maintain our delicate alkaline pH.
So have you thought about using this volcanic ash as part of your beauty routine? It’s been praised for its amazing ability to draw out the dirt out of the body and purify the complexion for centuries. After NASA started using it to purify the air in spaceship it was more than clear that its abilities are beyond our grasp. This amazing compound is consisted of tiny alumino-silicate honeycomb chambers, each negatively charged and containing positively charged mineral ions like potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium and iron (minerals you need). In layman’s term, it allows all the good stuff to enter our body while eliminating all the bad stuff outside the body, like environmental toxins, pesticides and viruses.
You can add it to your beauty routine or as a cheap and effective air-purifier, it has an amazing ability to absorb bad odors, impurities and bacterial growth, leaving behind nothing.
Face Mask How-To
If you’ve been thinking about adding something new to your skin-care regimen, this can be your perfect solution. Prepare a purifying face mask and you’ll see what amazing results you’ll have.
- Mix 2 tablespoons of the volcanic ash powder with water to make a powerful pore-clarifying paste and apply it on your face, neck, and chest.
- Rinse with water and mild cleaner after 10 minutes.
- You should start by doing this treatment once every two weeks at first and after your skin has gotten used to it, start using it once a week. If it leaves a dry sensation afterwards apply a moisturizer, and if your face becomes irritated you should stop using it, it doesn’t soothe your skin.
This mask has an anti-inflammatory effect, minimizes the fine lines and will make your skin looking bright and radiant.
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