Kaolin clay isn't antibacterial, but it can help to remove impurities from the skin, such as dead skin cells, excess oil, toxins, and dirt. Since kaolin is also a gentle yet effective exfoliator, it helps to remove the impurities without drying the skin or causing any redness or irritation.
Pink clay is a very mild combination of Red and White Clays and is perfect for dry and sensitive skin types. Pink Clay is rich in Silica, which may help to improve skin elasticity and cell renewal for supple, younger looking skin. Gently exfoliating and light on the skin, Pink Clay leaves skin silky soft and smooth, can help to minimise blackheads and promotes a radiant and balanced complexion.
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StyleCraze. 2019. Kaolin Clay For Skin: What Is It, Benefits, And How To Use It. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.stylecraze.com/articles/benefits-of-kaolin-clay-for-skin/#gref. [Accessed 25 February 2020].
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