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Jan
30

Alfalfa Uses

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alfalfa-usesAlfalfa Uses

Hello all you wonderful crafty people out there! I hope you’re all having a fantastic day! Do you have a favorite herb? One that you love to use over and over again in all of your products? Have you ever tried anything with alfalfa? If you haven’t, why not?! I bet you’re only thinking of alfalfa as cattle feed, but it does so much more! It has so many amazing medicinal benefits, skin care benefits, and even hair care benefits! Alfalfa can even be used in many different bath and body products! This is one product that you definitely don’t want to miss out on!

There are many great bath and body products that can include alfalfa. Some common ones are face tonics, lotions, ointments, creams, shampoos and conditioners, bath bombs, bath teas, foot treatments, scrubs, facial masks, massage oils, body wash, soaps, and bath salts. When used in all of these products, alfalfa has many amazing skin care benefits. It is rich in vitamin A and enzymes which both work to keep the skin healthy and glowing. It also helps to detoxify the body and skin and works to draw out any impurities. Alfalfa even helps dry skin, improves the texture and complexion, and reduces stretch marks. There are many benefits for your hair as well. Alfalfa helps to treat and prevent hair loss and baldness, as well and encouraging new hair growth. It also helps to improve blood circulation to your scalp and increases the amount of oxygen intake into your hair. When used in soaps, it brings all these wonderful benefits to your skin, as well as giving the soap a natural green color.

There are many wonderful medicinal benefits to alfalfa uses as well. Did you know that alfalfa can actually help increase milk production for women who are nursing? It also helps to reduce high cholesterol levels, and treats many conditions like diabetes, arthritis, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, prostate conditions, and many kidney conditions. It can also treat and protect from urinary tract infections and it works to help to prevent cancer! Herbal physicians in the 19th century even ground alfalfa and used it to treat and soothe insect bites. Alfalfa also works to help the thyroid to work properly, as well as relaxing muscles, and preventing blood poisoning, bleeding, fatigue, anemia, loss of memory and energy, varicose ulcers, and edema. This amazing plant even helps to calm your nervous system and can work as a mild laxative!

Are you wondering how to get your hands on this awesome product as soon as possible? Well, all you have to do is type “alfalfa” into the search bar on our website and it will take you directly to our Alfalfa Leaf Powder page! This is one wonderful product that you do not want to pass up! While you’re there, make sure to check out all of our amazing free classes and recipes as well! You’re sure to love each and every one of them! Please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Nature’s Garden with any thoughts, questions, or concerns you may have! Enjoy this great product and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

Nature’s Garden sells alfalfa leaf powder for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information above talks about how great alfalfa is for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

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Jan
28

Acerola Cherry Uses

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cherriesAcerola Cherry Uses

I Hope you’re all having a fantastic day! Are you looking for something new to add to your creations? Something that is definitely unique that will give your products a new twist? Have you ever tried anything with acerola cherries before? Specifically acerola cherry powder? If you haven’t, why not? This is one product you just shouldn’t pass up! It is so amazing for you and your body! In one cherry, there is actually 65 times the amount of Vitamin C then that in an orange! Try out this awesome product as soon as possible!

Acerola cherries can be used in many different industries and products. You can actually eat the ripe fruit, as well as using it for medicinal purposes, skin care, hair care, and also bath and body products. Because there is so much vitamin C, it helps to treat many conditions such as chronic fatigue, scurvy, colds, and excessive bleeding and bruising. Vitamin C also combats stress, rejuvenates body tissue, and promotes a healthy immune system. In traditional Brazil medicine, acerola cherries are used to treat dysentery and fevers as well being used as a heart tonic. Aside from all of these amazing medicinal benefits, acerola cherries can also treat hay fever, rheumatism, diabetes, tuberculosis, high cholesterol, anemia, depression, pressure sores, and collagen disorders. Besides its high vitamin C content, acerola cherries also contain vitamins B1, B2, A, niacin, magnesium, calcium, potassium, thiamine, riboflavin, phosphorous, protein, carotenes, and iron.

Some common bath and body products that can include acerola cherry powder are face toners, facial masks, lotions, creams, ointments, shampoos and conditioners, bath bombs, bath teas, scrubs, massage oils, and aftershaves. When used in these products, it bring many great skin care benefits. Acerola cherries work to boost collagen and elastin production, retain moisture within the skin, rejuvenate and brighten the skin, and soothe wrinkles. It is also a great way to protect your skin from the effects of premature aging. Your hair can greatly benefit from acerola cherry powder as well. It is amazing for color treated hair, helping to keep it looking healthy, as well as working to revitalize and hydrate the hair, maintain shine, and prevent hair loss. This awesome powder can even be included in products that help to promote healthy nail care!

There are so many acerola cherry uses that I’m sure you’re all dying to get your hands on this fantastic product as soon as possible! But hold on because it gets even better! Here at Nature’s Garden, we offer many wonderful free recipes and classes, and our Lavender Fizzy Bath recipe is actually made with our acerola cherry powder! All you have to do is search “acerola” on our website, and that will take you directly to our Acerola Cherry Powder page. On the top of the product picture, you will see a little green tab labeled “Recipe.” This will show you the name and picture of our Lavender Bath Fizzy, which is actually a direct link straight to the recipe!  Nature’s Garden sells acerola berry powder for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information above talks about how great acerola cherries are for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

Enjoy these amazing products and please don’t hesitate to contact us with any thoughts or questions you may have. Keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Jan
27

Kelp Uses

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kelp maskKelp Uses

Hello everybody! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day! For all you creative people out there, are you looking for something new and exciting to add to your products? Something out of the box that you probably wouldn’t normally think of? Maybe kelp for example? And yes, I mean like seaweed kelp! Kelp is actually a very amazing product that would be a great addition to your soaps and bath and body products! Did you know that there is a possibility that kelp could actually be used as a natural renewable energy source? It’s very effective in yielding methane, as well as sugars that can be converted to ethanol.

Kelp can be used in many different products and industries including skin care, medicinal purposes, culinary purposes, hair care, and many bath and body products. Common products that can include kelp are body wraps, facial masks, lotions, creams, ointments, bath salts, scrubs, soaps, foot treatments, and bath teas. When used in soap making, kelp brings wonderful nutrients to the skin, as well as giving the soap a natural green color. Kelp is a great way to help hydrate your hair as well as helping to thicken, rebuild, and strengthen the hair. You skin will benefit from kelp use as well, it supplies the skin with many important nutrients and helps to calm any sensitivities. Kelp also helps to moisturize the skin, reduce any skin tumors, and it also helps to slow down the aging process!

There are many wonderful medicinal benefits to using kelp as well. Did you know that it can help you to lose weight? It actually works as a natural diuretic, working to get rid of excess water weight. It also helps to regulate your thyroid, which in turn regulates your metabolism, which also helps you to lose weight! Kelp also has high content levels of iodine. Iodine is also amazing for helping with thyroid problems as well! There are some specific benefits to kelp uses for women as well. Kelp can be used to dilate the cervix to induce labor and delivery in pregnant women, as well as being used to dilate the cervix for medical procedures, and the placing of intrauterine devices. When the kelp is inserted into the cervix, it is sometimes called a tent. The tent can also be used to cause abortions as well as being placed before the performing of a D&C (the scraping out of the uterus.) Kelp can also be used as a natural antibiotic, helping to protect from colds and the flu, increasing insulin resistance, treating radiation sickness, and even helping to prevent cancer!

Are you wondering how to get your hands on this wonderful product as soon as possible? Well hold on just a second because it gets even better! When you search “kelp” on our website, it will take you right to our Kelp Powder page. On top of the powder picture, you will see a little green link labeled “Recipe.” This will show you the name and picture of our Seaside Spa Scrub which is actually made with kelp! This wonderful recipe is one that you’re sure to adore! While you’re there, make sure to check out all the rest of our free classes and recipes as well! Enjoy these great products and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Jan
26

Goat’s Milk Soap

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goats milk soapGoat’s Milk Soap

Hi everybody! Hope you’re all having an awesome day! For all you melt and pour soapers out there, what is your favorite kind to use? Maybe it’s Shea Butter or Diamond Clear? Have you ever tried our Goat’s Milk Soap? This is one amazing melt and pour soap, and one that you should definitely be using for any upcoming projects and creations you may be working towards! Goat’s Milk is a wonderful kind of melt and pour soap, and one that we just happen to have many free recipes for! Make sure to try all of these out as soon as possible!

Are you curious as to all of the ingredients in Goat’s Milk soap? Allow me to explain! Goat’s Milk melt and pour soap includes the following: coconut oil, palm oil, titanium dioxide, sunflower oil, purified water, sodium cocoate, sodium myristate, sodium stearate, vegetable glycerin, Germall Plus, and of course goat’s milk. Each of these ingredients brings its own special purpose to the soap!

Coconut Oil: Coconut oil actually helps to soften and smooth your skin.

Palm Oil: Palm oil helps to bring a great lather to the soap as well as working to help harden the soap. It also helps to remove oils and dirt from your skin.

Titanium Dioxide: Titanium dioxide works to whiten the soap and can sometimes be used as a wonderful sunscreen, helping to protect the skin from any harmful UVA and UVB rays.

Sunflower Oil: Sunflower oil is great for treating many skin conditions like eczema and acne. It also works to help the skin retain moisture.

Purified Water: Purified water is another great treatment for skin conditions, helping to treat psoriasis, eczema, and acne. It also helps to hydrate and soften your skin.

Sodium Cocoate: (derives from coconut oil) Sodium cocoate works as a surfactant, helping to cleanse the skin and making it easier to remove oils and dirt.

Sodium Myristate: (the sodium salt derived from myristic acid) Sodium Myristate removes dirt and cleanses the skin, working as an emulsifying agent.

Sodium Stearate: (the sodium salt that comes from stearic acid) Sodium stearate works as another surfactant to make it easier to remove dirt and grime.

Vegetable Glycerin: Vegetable glycerin keeps the skin moisturized and cool, and also pulls in oxygen.

Germall Plus: Germall Plus works as a natural preservative for your soap.

Goat’s Milk: Goat’s Milk helps with treating many skin conditions like acne, reduces inflammation, and soothes damaged and dry skin. It also softens the skin as well as working as a natural moisturizer.

 

Are you just dying to try out our Goat’s Milk soap now? Check out some of our awesome recipes made with our Goat’s Milk soap! When you go to our Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap page, click on the little “Recipe” tab above the picture. This will show you all of our free recipes made with goat’s milk soap, like our Floating Noah’s Ark Soap, our Solid Sugar Scrub, our Raspberry Zinger Bath Fizzies, and many many more! Make sure to check out all the rest of our free classes and recipes as well! Please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Nature’s Garden if you have any thoughts, questions, or concerns, and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Jan
23

Shea Butter Soap

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shea butter soapShea Butter Soap

Hello all of you amazing people! I hope this finds you all having a fantastic day! For all you soap makers out there, what is your absolute favorite kind of soap to make? Maybe you’re more into cold process soap making, or melt and pour soaping, or maybe your favorite is even to make your own hot process soap recipes? No matter what your favorite kind is, each kind is unique and wonderful! Let’s talk about melt and pour soap right now, specifically Shea Butter Soap! This is one wonderful kind of soap that you’re sure to want to use as soon as possible!

Are you wondering about the ingredients in our Shea Butter Soap? Well, let me tell you all about them! Shea Butter melt and pour soap contains the following: vegetable glycerin, titanium dioxide, coconut oil, sodium stearate, sodium myristate, palm oil, sodium cocoate, purified water, sunflower oil, and shea butter. Each of these ingredients bring their own special benefits to your skin when used in soaps.

Vegetable Glycerin: This helps to cool the skin, pulls in oxygen, and retains moisture in the skin.

Titanium Dioxide: This is will whiten soap.  Also, it is sometimes used to help protect the skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays, working as a great sunscreen.

Coconut Oil: Coconut oil helps to smooth and soften skin.

Sodium Stearate: This ingredient is the sodium salt that comes from stearic acid.  It works as a surfactant, and emilsifying agent, and helps to thicken the soap.

Sodium Myristate: This ingredient is the sodium salt derived from myristic acid.This works as an emulsifying agent, also helping to cleanse the skin and remove dirt.

Palm Oil: Palm Oil helps to remove oils and dirt from the skin, as well as working to restore natural oils within the skin.

Sodium Cocoate: Sodium Cocoate derived from coconut oil, it helps to cleanse the skin and works as a surfactant, helping to make it easier to remove dirt and grime from your skin.

Sunflower Oil: Helps to retain moisture in the skin, as well as helping to treat conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis.

Purified Water: Purified water helps to soften and hydrate the skin, as well as working to treat eczema, dry skin, psoriasis, and many other skin conditions.

Shea Butter: Shea butter works to hydrate the skin, as well as working as a sunscreen, helping to heal cuts and burns, and helps to treat wrinkles and fine lines.

 

Here at Nature’s Garden, we offer many free recipes and classes. Are you looking for some cool new projects to try using Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap? Well, when you’re on our Shea Butter page, make sure to check out all of our awesome recipes under the Recipe tab on top of the picture! I recommend our Zebra Print Soap…but what can I say? I’m a sucker for animal prints! We have many others as well, like our Fish Kiss Soap, our Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes, and be sure to try out our delicious looking 7 Up Bundt Cake Soap! These projects and creations will definitely be ones that all of your friends, family, and even your customers will love and adore! These are definitely ones that you can’t pass up! Enjoy this wonderfully amazing soap and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Jan
20

Arrowroot Uses

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arrowroot usesArrowroot Uses

Hello all you wonderful people out there! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day! Have any new projects you’re working on? Anything new you want to try in the near future? Maybe you’re looking for just the right thing to add? Have you ever tried anything with arrowroot? This herb is the perfect addition for all of your bath and body and cosmetic products! This white silky powder works as a wonderful thickener for many cosmetics, natural deodorants, and even body powder recipes. Did you know that arrowroot actually used to be used for papermaking? All the way back in the early days of carbonless copy paper, arrowroot was actually used because of its fine size! This is one herb you definitely need to try out!

Arrowroot can actually be used in many different products and industries. Besides papermaking, this herb can be used for culinary purposes, medicinal purposes, soap making, and skin care. Common products that can include arrowroot are natural deodorants, body powders, lotions, sugar scrubs, bath bombs, bath brews, bath fizzies, body butters, and many natural cosmetics. Your skin will experience many benefits from this wonderful herb such as making the skin feel soft and silky, absorbing and keeping moisture in the skin, and it also makes the skin smoother. Arrowroot also helps to nourish and treat sunburns, and it dries up many rashes and blemishes.

There are also many wonderful medicinal benefits that come from arrowroot as well. It helps to maintain proper alkali and acid levels within the body, and it can help people who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome by soothing the bowels. It also works to effectively treat diarrhea and relieve any nausea. For women, arrowroot can actually be beneficial during a pregnancy. It works to prevent many defects and malformations. This herb also helps to regulate blood pressure and your heart rate, and can also be used to aid in weight loss! Arrowroot is also great for infants, working as a wonderful alternative to breast milk. It is very easily digestible and can be made into jelly to feed infants. It also works as a great treatment for skin infections such as gangrene and small pox and can be used to control moisture when dealing with treatment of athlete’s foot. Arrowroot can even be used to help heal many wounds, ulcers, and other sores.

Did you know that arrowroot can even be used as an antidote for poisons? How can you not try out this amazing product? But hold on, because we offer many wonderful free recipes and classes here at Nature’s Garden, and many of them actually happen to be made with our Arrowroot Powder! Make sure to try out our Shaving Soap for Sensitive Skin, our Natural Baby Powder, our Rose Lotion, or even our Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub! When you type “arrowroot” into the search bar on our website, it will take you directly to our Arrowroot Powder page. On top of the picture, you will see a green link labeled “Recipe.” That will show you the names and pictures of all of our great recipes made with arrowroot, and are all direct links right to the recipes. Enjoy these amazing products and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

Nature’s Garden sells arrowroot powder for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information above talks about arrowroot for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

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Jan
19

Aloe Vera Uses

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aloe vera usesAloe Vera Uses

Hello all you wonderful people! I hope you’re all having a fantastic day! Are you looking for the perfect new product to add to all of your projects and creations? Have you ever tried aloe vera before? Aloe vera, or otherwise known as True Aloe or even the First Aid Plant, is most commonly known for its amazing skin healing properties. This plant is wonderful for skin care, but did you know it can also be used for hair care purposes? It also has many amazing medicinal benefits and is great for soaping!

The aloe vera uses are endless.  Aloe vera plants can be used in many different industries and products. Common bath and body products it can be used in are foot treatments, bath teas, bath bombs, lotions, creams, ointments, massage oils, face tonics, shampoos and conditioners, body wash, and bath salts. For skin care, aloe vera helps to treat eczema, psoriasis, acne, irritated or inflamed skin, burns, and any blemishes. It also is great for moisturizing and softening the skin as well as treating any facial edema, helping wounds heal faster, curing blisters and insect bites, and it reduces stretch marks and any wrinkles and fine lines. For hair care, aloe vera is great for treating itchy and dry scalp, controlling frizz, preventing hair loss and dandruff, and it even works to strengthen and soften the hair. For all the soap makers out there, aloe vera is a wonderful addition to your soaps as it bring its many skin care benefits!

There are many medicinal benefits to using aloe vera as well. It can be used as possible treatment for breast cancer as it works to slow the spread of new cells. It can also be used to treat a variety of different conditions such as heart burn, athlete’s foot, herpes, hepatitis, warts, shingles, fungus, gingivitis, the flu, bronchitis, and even frost bite. Aloe vera is a great treatment for diabetes as it works to control cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and decreases insulin resistance. It also lowers blood sugar levels, keeps the blood rich in oxygen, and works to improve the natural quality of the blood. Aloe vera contains many important nutrients and vitamins, such as zinc, copper, potassium, calcium, and vitamins, A, C, and E.

Did you know that aloe vera use can be traced back over 6,000 years? No I’m not kidding, this great product has been shown in ancient Egyptian carvings. They actually referred to aloe vera as the “plant of immortality,” and gave it to deceased pharaohs as gifts. Now why would you wait to use this amazing plant? Make sure to check out all of our amazing free recipes and classes, our Pampered Foot Scrub and our Calendula Sunshine Soap are actually both made with our Aloe Vera Leaf Powder! Just type “aloe powder” into the search bar on our website and it will take you right to our Aloe Vera Powder page. On top of the picture, you’ll see a little green link labeled “Recipe.” This will show you the names and pictures of our Pampered Foot Scrub and Calendula Sunshine Soap and are direct links right to the recipes! Enjoy these amazing products and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Dec
19

Uses for Cocoa Powder

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Uses-for-Cocoa-PowderUses for Cocoa Powder

Hello all you wonderfully crafty people out there! Are you looking for a new and unique product to add to your projects? Or maybe you’ve been looking for something that is so enticing that your customers just won’t be able to help themselves. Well, what if I told you you could use everyone’s favorite food in the world? Chocolate! I’m not kidding! You can actually use real cocoa powder in your products! It can be used for so many different industries including skin care, hair care, bath and body products, medicinal purposes, soaping, and the most obvious, food and beverages. Some common bath and body products that can include cocoa powder are soaps, shampoos and conditioners, face masks, facial toners, bath bombs, lotions, ointments, creams, lip balms, massage oils, and scrubs.

There are so many amazing uses for cocoa powder. When you use it in your bath and body products, it has many wonderful skin and hair care benefits. In soaps, it gives the soap a beautiful natural brown color. For your skin, cocoa powder helps to renew and firm new skin cells, promote healthy skin tissues, and it also helps promote healthy cell development. Cocoa powder is a powerful antioxidant and helps to repair any damaged skin, absorbs UV light into the skin, improves blood flow, and improves complexion and helps the skin stay hydrated. You hair can benefit from cocoa powder as well. It helps to stop stress-caused hair loss, promotes shinier hair, and also helps to moisturize, soften, and smooth the hair.

Cocoa powder also has many medicinal benefits. Did you know that chocolate could actually help fight cancer? Cocoa actually contains high levels of an antioxidant called polyphenols. When you drink hot chocolate, or other chocolate drinks, the polyphenols actually fight cancer! Even you heart can stay healthier with cocoa powder. It helps to lower blood pressure and bad cholesterol, as well as protecting you from a stroke and heart disease. For people that suffer from Alzheimer’s, cocoa powder actually helps to increase the amount of oxygen to the brain. Cocoa powder also contains many important minerals for the body such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, zinc, copper, calcium, and phosphorous. It also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C, E, and pantothenic acid. Cocoa also works as an antidepressant and mood enhancer, increasing serotonin and endorphin levels in the brain, essentially making you happier!

So really, chocolate is actually very good for you! I mean it fights cancer and protects you from heart disease! How could you not want to use this in every single product you make from now on? But hold on, because here at Nature’s Garden we actually offer many free classes and recipes, and some of them just happen to be made with our cocoa powder! When you type “cocoa powder” into the search bar on our site, it will take you directly to our Organic Cocoa Powder page. On top of the cocoa powder picture, there is a little green link labeled “Recipe.” That will actually show you all of our fantastic recipes made with cocoa powder like our Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts or our Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting! Make sure to try out every single one of them and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Dec
14

Kaolin Clay Uses

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kaolin clayKaolin Clay Uses

Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day and this finds you all in happy moods! For all you crafters out there, are you looking for some new and exciting products to try? Something that is sure to get your customers attention? Something sure to get everyone talking? Or maybe you’re just looking for something new to try in your homemade creations? Have you ever tried making anything with cosmetic clays before? Kaolin Clay to be specific? If you haven’t, then what are you waiting for? Cosmetic clays are amazing and you definitely should be using them in your products! Kaolin clay is wonderful and can be used in so many different industries and products!

Kaolin clay is actually named after a hill in China where it was originally mined from, Kao-Ling Hill. But did you know that kaolin clay is also known by other names as well? It can also be known as Ceramic Clay, or China Clay. Kaolin clay was actually first introduced in Europe during the 1700s. The Chinese introduced it as an example of an ingredient used in the process for making porcelain. Kaolin clay can actually be used in the paper making process as well! When used for paper making, it helps to ensure to gloss on the paper. In 2008, the US Naval Medical Research actually announced that they had invented a kaolin-infused gauze. This gauze is called “Quikclot Combat Gauze.”

There are many wonderful benefits to kaolin clay uses. It can be used for many different products and industries, one of them being for bath and body products. Some common bath and body products that can include kaolin clay are bath bombs, mud baths, face masks, eye shadow, natural deodorant, salt scrubs, sugar scrubs, foundation, and blush. When used in these products, kaolin clay has many fantastic benefits, especially for skin care. Kaolin clay helps to exfoliate the skin, stimulate circulation, and also works as a great exfoliant on the skin. There are also many medicinal benefits of kaolin clay as well! It helps to soothe upset stomachs and suppress hunger. Kaolin clay can also treat cholera, mouth pain, diarrhea, any soreness caused by ulcers or radiation, and it can even treat swelling within the large intestine.

Now hold on there, I know you want to try out this amazing cosmetic clay as soon as possible, and here’s how! All you need to do is type “kaolin” or “kaolin clay” into the search bar on our website. That will actually take you directly to our Kaolin White Clay Powder page. On top of the clay picture, you will see a little green box that says “Recipe.” If you click on that it will show the names and pictures of three of all of our wonderful free recipes that are actually made with kaolin clay! Make sure to try them all out especially our Stinky Feet Foot Powder, our Wild Bath Bomb, and our Silky Shimmering Body Powder! While you’re at it, check out all the rest of our free recipes and classes as well and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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