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Hair Archives: How to Use Bentonite Clay to Cleanse Natural Hair


Last week I tried my very first bentonite clay treatment, which can be used as an alternative to shampoo to cleanse your hair and scalp or as a facial to remove the toxins and impurities in your skin.



Bentonite contains over 70 natural occurring trace minerals like:
Silica (required for strong healthy hair growth and skin tissue regeneration), Iron, Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium, and Potassium.

Some facts on bentonite clay from CurlyNikki
  • Bentonite can be applied topically to skin and wounds or taken orally to draw toxins and impurities out of the body quickly. Bentonite Clay removes poisons (bacterial poisoning, salmonella, etc.) and intestinal parasites out of the intestinal tract while alkalizing the body.
  • Bentonite Clay is excellent to rejuvenate and cleanse the skin. Topical applications are helpful for acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, wound healing, and help draw poison from ant, bee, wasp, and similar bug stings and bites. It draws excess oils and debris to the surface, boosts circulation to tighten the skin and stimulate blood flow, and whisks away dead skin cells that can clog pores.
  • Bentonite is a swelling clay. When it is mixed with water, it rapidly swells open like a highly porous sponge. From here the toxins are drawn into the sponge through electrical attraction and once there, they are bound.
  • Bentonite Clay may also be used like a shampoo trapping and removing dirt, debris, build up and other particles from your hair and scalp.

I created a Youtube video where I mixed my bentonite clay then applied it & showed my results.

Mixing my clay:


Applying the clay:


After applying the clay:



After rinsing the bentonite clay:


My review: Bentonite clay was a bit messy, similar to mixing up and applying henna, however it was very easy to rinse out. My hair felt very soft and clean. After using the bentonite clay my hair did feel a little dry, but not stripped like clarifying shampoos leave it. To fix that all I needed to do was condition and then deep condition. My hair loves my clay mixture and I will continue to use it!

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Hair Archives: How to Use Bentonite Clay to Cleanse Natural Hair



Last week I tried my very first bentonite clay treatment, which can be used as an alternative to shampoo to cleanse your hair and scalp or as a facial to remove the toxins and impurities in your skin.



Bentonite contains over 70 natural occurring trace minerals like:
Silica (required for strong healthy hair growth and skin tissue regeneration), Iron, Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium, and Potassium.

Some facts on bentonite clay from CurlyNikki
  • Bentonite can be applied topically to skin and wounds or taken orally to draw toxins and impurities out of the body quickly. Bentonite Clay removes poisons (bacterial poisoning, salmonella, etc.) and intestinal parasites out of the intestinal tract while alkalizing the body.
  • Bentonite Clay is excellent to rejuvenate and cleanse the skin. Topical applications are helpful for acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, wound healing, and help draw poison from ant, bee, wasp, and similar bug stings and bites. It draws excess oils and debris to the surface, boosts circulation to tighten the skin and stimulate blood flow, and whisks away dead skin cells that can clog pores.
  • Bentonite is a swelling clay. When it is mixed with water, it rapidly swells open like a highly porous sponge. From here the toxins are drawn into the sponge through electrical attraction and once there, they are bound.
  • Bentonite Clay may also be used like a shampoo trapping and removing dirt, debris, build up and other particles from your hair and scalp.

I created a Youtube video where I mixed my bentonite clay then applied it & showed my results.

Mixing my clay:


Applying the clay:


After applying the clay:



After rinsing the bentonite clay:


My review: Bentonite clay was a bit messy, similar to mixing up and applying henna, however it was very easy to rinse out. My hair felt very soft and clean. After using the bentonite clay my hair did feel a little dry, but not stripped like clarifying shampoos leave it. To fix that all I needed to do was condition and then deep condition. My hair loves my clay mixture and I will continue to use it!
Tiffany Arlene
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