Superfine Clay Green

Superfine Clay Green

Superfine Clay Green

  • Suitable for Vegans
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12.66 (ex VAT)
23.47 (ex VAT)
2.5mls = (.0845oz), 5mls = (.169oz), 10mls = (.338oz), 30mls = (1oz), 50mls = (1.69oz), 100mls = (3.38oz), 250mls= (8.45oz), 500mls = (16.9oz), 1000mls = (33.8oz)


Superfine 60µm French green glay contains minerals and active enzymes.100% natural, sun-dried and tested. It has a stimulating effect on circulation while toning the skin. Helps draw out grime and toxins. Ideal for problem, normal to oily skin.

Product Details
Product Details

Superfine 60µm French green glay contains minerals and active enzymes.100% natural, sun-dried and tested. It has a stimulating effect on circulation while toning the skin. Helps draw out grime and toxins. Ideal for problem, normal to oily skin.

Additional Information
Additional Information


Origin: France
Type: Illite SUPERFINE Granulometric ventilated to 60µm

Superfine green clay, exceptionally rich in minerals useful to the body, is a fine clay powder of about 60 microns. Carefully selected, 100% natural, sun-dried and subject to a series of inspections.

For normal to oily skin

The mask of your choice:
To adapt your clay mask to your personality, Mix with the Floral water of your choice and you can add a drop of your favourite essential oil, making sure you stir well.

Green or white .... what mask shall I choose ?
Sometimes, extremely reactive skin shows a slight redness after using a green clay mask. In this case, it is recommended to use white

Naturally effective

* Stressed by city life, tired of pollution, exposed to the increasing risks of a questionable diet. We all need to find our Earth roots.
Clay plays a significant role in this return to nature’s benefits.

*For centuries, many civilizations took advantage of the natural protective and beauty care qualities of clay. Nowadays, reliable research laboratories and researchers have revealed the natural richness of clay and provided objective explanations for its actions.

> Finding the right use :
Due to its genuine wealth of mineral salts and trace elements, the superfine green clay can be used :
- To refresh and revitalize your skin.
- As a mask for the beauty of your skin.

> How to use the product :

Cautions: Avoid breathing airborne dust. Clay is slippery when wet.

POULTICE : apply paste directly to the skin in a 1-2 cm thick layer. Leave to act for one hour.

PLASTER : place a 2 cm layer of green clay paste onto gauze. Fold up the 4 corners. Apply immédiately to the affected area. Leave to act for 1 hour.

MASK : for the face and the hair. Apply an even layer, leave for 10 minutes, in case of sensitive or drier skin types, do not allow to dry.

contains minerals and active enzymes. It has a stimulating effect on circulation while toning the skin. Helps draw out grime and toxins. Ideal for problem and sensitive skin. To use sprinkle the clay onto an equal amount of water or ideally a hydrolat allow clay to sink stir after a few minutes. Apply to clean skin allow to dry ,leave for 10mins wash off with warm water spritz with hydrolat or a toner and moisturize.


3 table spns clay, 3 table spns rosewater, 1 drop lavender, 1 drop chamomile. Smooth over face and neck leave 10 mins.

Prepared by nature

* Green clay is a bio-mineral, which is naturally concentrated in various assimilable mineral salts. Silica, aluminum, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, copper, zinc, selenium, cobalt, manganese.*The list of trace elements is quite impressive.

*To respect the genuineness of this valuable product, Our supplier has developed the best techniques and applies them in all stages of production. From the mining sites that were selected based upon protection against pollution to completelly neutral packaging to one of the keys of our success: natural sun drying.

A bath with fine powdered green clay
A pleasant way to soften your skin and refine your complexion : add 300 to 500 g fine powdered green clay to your bathwater.

Ultra-ventilated clay mask
You can also use the ultra-ventilated green clay as a mask. Follow the instructions provided to you with the presentation of the ultra-ventilated green clay in ""Your natural beauty"".


Kobashi Oily Skin Regime:
pimple and blackhead remover:

1. Wash skin usingWater and/or Kobashi Soap.
Kobashi Bath_Products

2. Use 5ml of Kobashi Exfoliating Lotion, rubbing gently in upward circular motions.


3. Wash off with cold water or Kobashi Toner and/or cotton wool.
WITCH HAZEL Hydrolat Kobashi/info_HWIT1

4.Ultra-ventilated Clay Green fine and wich Hazel Hydrolat


Do not let clay dry: usually 15-20 minute then wash off with water.

5. Aloe Vera gel (5mls) mixed with Lavender and Tea tree: (one drop each) and apply evenly to your face or roller ball spots with First aid Roller Ball. Kobashi/Roller_balls

You can find the right product for your complexion: Apply one or more of the many Kobashi lotions, Creams, Eye serums, or Kobashi Aloe Vera to help protect your skin throughout the day and night.



Kobashi Orange peel Leg Skin Regime:

1. Apply 5ml of Kobashi Ex foliating Lotion
1a) rubbing in deep circular and up and down motions.


2. Apply Kobashi Anti cellulite or Detox Massage oil
2a) Rub and massage deeply in circular and up and down motions.

3.Mix equal amounts of Ultra-ventilated Clay Green fine and Rosewater and apply to skin.

Do not let clay dry: usually 15-20 minute then wash off with cold water.

6. Apply Kobashi Rose Lotion

Repeat daily

Exercise and drink plenty of water.



Green illite clay is extracted from a protected quarry before being transported to site and dried in the sun. It is then stored in an enclosed warehouse before being ground more finely. It is packaged and marketed, use this clay to manufacture toothpaste, shampoo, bars of soap, etc.

Our commitment: A "Quality Nature" charter

o 100 % sun-dried clay,
o Not ionized clay,
o Clay without preservatives,
o Finished products are not tested on animals but on willing people,
(+ alternative methods),
o Raw material originating exclusively from the mineral kingdom,
o Clays are regularly inspected and analysed in COFRAC-accredited laboratories.

1. Qualitative composition

CAS No. 12173-60-3
EINECS 215-288-5

Green illite-type clay with a phyllitic structure (clay fraction 60% à 80%), it is one of the main minerals in the clay group. It is almost ubiquitous in clay formations. It is found in finely lamellar masses, smooth to greasy to the touch and generally mixed with kaolinite and other minerals.

Formula : (K,H3O)Al2(Si3Al)O10(H2O,OH)2

Illite: 65% to 75% Kaolinite: 5% to 15% Smectite: 5% to 10%

Allergens: absent

2. Quantitative composition

Analysis of 23/04/04 Test Report no. 04-3-063A from the BRGM
Spectrometry of fluorescence X
a) Key elements
Elements SiO2 Al2O3 Fe2O3 CaO MgO Na2O K2O TiO2 P2O5
% 49.5 14.3 5.6 8.8 2.2 <0.2 3.69 0.74 0.11

3. Granulometric specifications and physical properties

Ultra-ventilated 20µm

b) physical properties

Humidity rate: 5% to 6% in general but variable depending on climatic conditions.
(naturally dried in the sun)
Apparent density: 1.8 to 1.9

Real density: between 2.4 and 2.8

Swelling: none

Oil take-up: 42.8g for 100g

4. Microbiological specifications

The microbiological thresholds selected are taken from the European Pharmacopoeia 6th edition "5.1.4. Microbiological quality of pharmaceutical preparations, categories 4a and 4b: herbal medicinal products." For total viable aerobic germs, yeasts and moulds.

Criteria Values
Moulds and yeasts ? 104 / g
Gilded staphilococcus Without

Note: for Staphylococcus aureus, evident absence in our products.

5. Heavy metals

Service commun des laboratoires - Laboratoire de Strasbourg
13 Chemin du routoir
Analyses Report n° 2009-2297 dated on 20th of August 2009

Test results:
Lead : 15.50 ± 3.28 mg/kg
Arsenic : 4.14 ± 1.07 mg/kg

Analysis standards:
Lead : NF EN 14083 (August 2003)
Arsenic: NF EN 14332 ( December 2004)

6. Absence of irritating power

Laboratory EVIC CEBA
Study ref. Ib 222/0432-0433 of October 1995
Clinical verification of skin tolerance of the green illite clay paste.
10 female volunteers aged between 20 and 43 years old.
7.5g of the clay paste was applied as a face mask in such a way as to form a layer about 1cm thick. After 15 minutes of contact, the paste was washed off with plenty of water. The application was repeated once a week for two weeks running.

The skin tolerance of the green illite clay paste proved good during this clinical trial as a face mask.
Two volunteers experienced a slight erythematous reaction that was limited and temporary and considered as completely normal and expected (occlusion of pores and not skin intolerance).

7. Adsorption of skin bacteria with the application of clay
Microbiological Research Institute (COFRAC-accredited)
Report no. 350/0192 of March and June 1992

Product: Superfine green illite clay paste. The study was conducted with 20 subjects who did not present any skin lesion and did not use any antibacterial substance.
Rubbing the skin of the inner forearm using a rubber pallet for 15 seconds to collect the skin microorganisms. A control area and a test area are marked out. Test area: cataplasm of clay of 0.3g .cm-2 for 10 minutes.

The average number of skin microflora counted on the subjects is 148 on the inner forearm. After applying a cataplasm of clay, this average falls to 33 bacteria.
The application of a clay paste to the skin and then its removal once dry leads to a 77% reduction in the number of skin bacteria.

8. Determination of the bacteria adsorption power on green illite clay
Microbiological Research Institute (COFRAC-accredited)
IRM test report no. 234/0491.1, April May 1991
Determination of the bacteria adsorption power on successive additions of clay in water: in a 500ml suspension of bacteria (streptocoque faecalis) 25g of superfine green clay is added (5%). After sedimentation for one hour, the number of bacteria is counted in the supernatant. This operation is repeated every hour for 8 hours.

On average, each clay addition (5% en masse) in the water reduces the bacterial contamination by around 10% (over 8 hours, there is a 78 to 88% reduction).

9. Determination of the bacteria retention power of clay
Microbiological Research Institute (COFRAC-accredited)
IRM test report no. 219/0391. 1 March 1991
Product: green illite clay in suspension.
Bacterial strains: E coli, streptococcus faecalis, staphylococcus aureus
Usage dose: 25g for 500ml of water, or 5% m/v
Sedimentation time: 1 hour 30

The bacteria of the clay-water suspension (108 par ml) adsorb on the clay in a significant proportion, and therefore the initial contamination is greatly reduced in the supernatant (from 87.3% to 99.7%).

10. Determination of the bacterial and fungi adsorption power on additions of clay in suspension.
Microbiological Research Institute (COFRAC-accredited)
IRM test report no. 350/0192. A, March June 1992

Determination of the adsorption power of 4 bacteria and 3 fungi on successive additions of green illite clay in water (8 additions of 25g in 500ml of water over 8 hours).
Adsorption is generally greater for microorganisms who cause food poisoning (Listeria, Yersinia, Salmonella) and for Candida, Aspergillus, Penicillium, from 54% to 99% according to the species tested.

General conclusion
Applied onto the skin or used suspended in water, its adsorption capacity of microorganisms is remarkable: 77% after 10 minutes on the skin up to 99.7% in suspension, according to the microbic species.
Numerous fungi and bacteria which may be pathogenic are therefore eliminated either from the surface of the skin or from the digestive tract after each use

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