Sample bags contain approximately 1 teaspoon
White kaolin clay is the mildest of all cosmetic clays, making it the most commonly utilized in bath and body products, because even people with very sensitive skin can use kaolin.
Some bath product manufacturers add kaolin clay into bath formulas to improve the texture of the water and to pamper skin. This is intended to give the bath water a luxurious smoothness. Kaolin bath products are reported to have a soothing effect on irritated or sensitive skin, leaving skin soft and smooth.
Kaolin clay can also be used as a scent fixative. Fleeting fragrances, such as citrus oils, can be anchored by using kaolin to help those flighty scents to "stick".
Can be used in milk baths, soap, bath salts, facial masks, bath bombs....etc. (Holly Port does this in some of the recipes in her book, "Make It Fizz"!)
I’m learning the ways on how to use.
This is my first time using Mad Micas and I love it. This kaolin is too good
I love using Kaolin clay in my soaps. The unique feel it gives my soap is just amazing. I wouldn't get my clay from anywhere else. Mad Micas is fast and friendly and I get the majority of my soap ingredients from them. If you have never used Kaolin clay in your soaps I highly recommend getting some to try!
I love mad mica's kaolin clay. It makes my cold process soap feel so amazing. And it comes in a very convenient plastic tub that I can reuse for many things
Would definitely buy again!