The elements present in white clay, along with their crystalline structures include: aluminum (Al) – CFC; magnesium oxide (MgO) – HC;
calcium oxide (CaO) CFC -; sulfur (S) – orthorhombic; iron (Fe) – CCC; boron (B) – rhombohedral; Potassium (K) – CCC; Calcium (Ca ++) – CFC; Silicon (Si) – cubic; and sulfur oxide (SO3) – orthorhombic. (HENKE, 2012; Gopinath et al., 2003; Sampaio, 2008; STARIOLO, 2009).
White clay is a soft type of clay that is used with other types of clay to mitigate their effects, resulting
in smoother energy intensity.
It is the most used clay color for synergy, reducing the intensity of the therapeutic effects of other clays as a result of its plasticity and vibrational stimulus action on the skin. (HAUCK, 2011; MEDEIROS 2013).
– Contains silicon oxide, which stimulates the skin to produce collagen and elastin.
– Cleanser effect, purifying, decongestant, smooth tensor and revitalizing.
– Assists in blood supply, oxygenates and nourishes the skin. (Peretto, 1999; TUROVELSKY, 2005).
– Smooths out wrinkles, expression lines and spots caused by overexposure to the sun.