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Anhydrous kaolin has been purified by heating
ultra-fine Kaolin to a high temperature in a Kiln. Kaolin is alumina,
silica and water. By heating kaolin both surface and chemically
combined water along with other volatile materials are removed. This
process increases whiteness and improves the electrical properties of the clay.
Fluffy white kaolin clay is also known as china or white clay. It is
the purest of the clays. Kaolin Clay is known for it's absorbing and
healing properties, along with it's ability to soften the skin. This
clay actually drinks in the liquids, which speeds up the drying process
without any loss of fragrance or other oils. You can omitted using any
type of salt in some recipes by simply replacing it with kaolin clay.
Soap making: It adds a soft, slippery feel to soap
bars. Adding this to your soap will also make shaving so much smoother
for both men & women.
Bath bombs: Add kaolin clay to your bath bombs and
they will cure more quickly. It will also reduce, if not eliminate
cracking. By replacing half of your cornstarch with kaolin clay, bath
bombs will cure in less than 24 hours and they will be rock hard, with
little to no cracks.
Makeup: For handmade makeup, this is a must in powder foundations. Kaolin clay will absorb 1 1/2 times its own weight.
Eye Shadows: This clay is great to add to your
mattes to give them better slip, or to tone down your oxides. It will
also help to really spread your mica a long way.
Facial Masks: Use purified water to moisten your
clay, you will only need a small amount. Add water to clay until it is a
nice paste consistency and then add skin safe aromatherapy essential
oils or infused water in place of purified water. This type of facial
mask should only be used once a week on normal skin and up to 2x a week
on oily skin complexions.
Colors are represented as close as possible to the color they appear.
Many colorents may be pH sensative and can change or morph at high or low pH levels.
No final color is implied or guaranteed in any final formulation or
soap. The customer is responsible for all testing in formulations.
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