French Yellow Clay
Our French Yellow Clay is a premium cosmetic clay from France that is made up of fine mineral particles and iron oxides that determine its beautiful color. French Yellow Clay is a mild clay that can be used on dry and sensitive skin and is considered to be a powerful cleanser which helps draw out impurities from the skin, leaving skin feeling toned, refreshed and smooth. French Yellow Clay is an excellent detoxifying clay that can be used in face masks, body wraps, soap, mineral makeup and poultices.
- French Yellow Clay
- Also known as Yellow Clay
- French Yellow Clay is made up of fine mineral particles and iron oxides which determine its color. French Yellow Clay is aluminum free.
- French Yellow Clay is considered to be a powerful cleanser which helps to draw out impurities from the skin while the essential minerals within the clay are released so that skin can feel toned, refreshed and smooth.
- French Yellow Clay is a mild clay which can be used on dry and sensitive skin types
- French Yellow Clay can be used to help cleanse and detoxify the skin, remove dead skin cells and create an overall refreshed appearance.
A Great Addition to a Variety of Products Including:
- Hair Masks
- Face Masks
- Face Scrubs
- Body Masks
- Body Wraps
- Bath Powders
- Mineral Baths
- Facial Powders
- Skin Conditioners
- Cosmetic Products
- Personal Care Products
- INCI: Illite
- Country of Origin: France
- CAS #: 12173-60-3
- Particle Size: 20 µm
- Odor: Almost Odorless
- Solubility: Insoluble in water
- Appearance: Earthy Yellow Fine Powder
- Directions for Use: Can be used at a rate of 5 – 100% in skin care products
California Prop Statement:
This natural product is mined from the Earth, and as such may contain trace amounts of a component that is listed under California Prop 65. Please refer to the SDS for more information.
The following statement is made in order to comply with the reporting requirements of the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. We are conforming to the regulation by reporting the existence, or lack thereof, of ingredients deemed reportable by the above-mentioned regulations.