For the month of February the country I choose is Russia and the ingredient I wanted to try for some time is the blue clay coming from this country ( also known as Russian Cambrian Clay). While all clays are therapeutic, Blue Cambrian Clay occupies a special place as it it supposed to be mild enough for daily use. Its composition is also very interesting: it has up to 5 times higher mineral content than the Dead Sea Mud. This precious clay, which has been used for centuries, is believed to have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties (improving skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis), to detoxify, hydrate, and nourish the skin, improving the skin texture and appearance. It stimulates the regeneration of skin cells, activates blood circulation and softens the skin.
Its blue/green hue comes from its algae, zinc, and iron content.
Soap made of: Ricinus communis (Castor) oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil, Vitis vinifera (Grapeseed) oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cacao) butter, goatmilk, Citrus Limomum (Lemon) Essential Oil, Myrtus communis (Green Myrtle) Essential Oil, Russian Cambrian Clay, Nigella sativa seeds and red soap pearls.
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This clay sounds too good to be true, I really wish I could grab some of these beautiful soaps through the screen! Lovely finishing touch with top decorating!
Beautiful, Natalia! I love the red soap pearls on top!
Toate sapunurie tale sunt minunate, in primul rand ca aspect. Mi-as dori ca intr-o zi sa pot sa am si eu in mana un astfel de sapun. Faci o treaba foarte buna! Aceasta pasiune ofera, pe langa multe satisfactii, multiple beneficii pielii noastre.
Beautiful soap and nice pic! this soap is sublime!
What a harmonious soap! The small red soapballs are very refreshing.
One of the most beautiful soap top I’ve seen lately! Grate job Nat! Did you made those red soap pearls?
Thanks Gordana. Yes, first I wanted to use them into a ‘disco’ soap with a lot of different colors pearls and then I changed my mind and I made a totally different soap; so that’s why my last soaps contain these pearls 😉
I bet that is a lovely soap to use, I love soaps with clay in them…and that sound like a wonderful clay! Very cool looking too with the red and black accents on top!
How do you come up with these fantastic combinations? I love the seeds and soap pearls, such beautiful touches.
Natalia, très jolis savons ! Bravo !
Love, love, love this soap!
j’aime beaucoup tes savons! et celui la est tout en finesse et graphisme de couleurs!