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Skin Care



Canadian Glacial Clay is increasingly recognized as an effective skincare ingredient thanks to its anti-aging properties with over 60 natural minerals. This clay has become an indispensable skin care ingredient, especially for those who wish to have healthy young skins.

Origins of Canadian Glacial Clay

After the last ice age about 14,000 years ago, the glaciers began to melt, creating hollow areas filled with sediments.

Over time, supply of water ran out in these glaciers, leading to a large layer of clay formed by chemical, mechanical, and biological processes. They also include the phenomenon of weathering, leaching and sedimentation over a long period of time.

It is these factors that make up the Canadian glacial clay. And the most of the kind of clay was found in British Columbia, Canada. Analyzing clay here, research scientists have revealed there are many micronutrients and vitamins that in this clay.

The outstanding advantages of Canadian ice clay

Over hundreds of years, the people in Western Canada (the First Nations people) have been using this pure, natural mineral-rich clay as a remedy: Eating a spoon of the clay will help boost the immune system to survive through the freezing Canadian winter. Or, applying this clay on the surface of wounds, cuts will help these wounds heal faster.

The First Nations people have been using this pure, natural mineral-rich clay as a remedy

In modern times, ice clay has been more widely used due to its ability to “help promote the regeneration of aging skin cells and tissues” that has been demonstrated by dermatological studies.

As age increases, we are more likely to have poor circulation, more severe internal inflammation or dehydration. Besides, living in polluted and harsh environments also causes harm to the body and skin.

A study of Canadian glacial clay conducted by Dr. Ernst A. Hauser, a chemistry professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology revealed that the high absorption capacity of this clay makes it become an ideal material to remove impurities and toxins from skin.

Canadian Glacial clay is used extensively in skincare products, especially in “fast skin recovery” masks thanks to great benefits of precious minerals.

Putting on an ice clay mask to support detoxification and quickly replenish minerals to the skin

Other benefits of Canada Glacial Clay

  • Detoxifying, aiding subcutaneous blood circulation and soothing skin
  • Improving skin tone and shrinking pores
  • Supplementing beneficial minerals for skin protection and renewal
  • Being ocean water- rich and not dehydrating skin as other clay types
  • Restoring and balancing skin’s pH
  • Tightening skin
  • Reducing excess oil on skin
  • Skin smoothing
  • Having anti-oxidant and slowing skin aging

To bring these benefits to the skin, Canadian ice clay contains rare-earth elemental ingredients, which not all clay has.


  • Aluminum dioxide
  • Silicon dioxide
  • Iron dioxide
  • Magnesium dioxide
  • Potassium dioxide
  • Sodium oxide
  • Calcium oxide

Rare earth elements:

  • Cerium
  • Lanthanum
  • Neodymium
  • Samarium
  • Europium
  • Ytterbium

Application of Canadian Glacial Clay

Because of the benefits of Canadian Glacial clay, this clay is used in a variety of skin-care products.

  • Facial care: Clay mask, peeling mask, facial cleanser, exfoliating
  • Sunscreen
  • Body care: body mask, shower gel, body scrubs, soap
  • Hair care: shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, scalp treatments
Canadian glacial clay and glacial water are the latest and most prominent ingredients in the industry (latest hit ingredients) thanks to their superior nutrients and features.

Canadian Glacial clay – a precious natural gift for skin. Getting the most out of this clay in skin care, especially using a clay mask, will help the skin “fully enjoy” the wonderful nutrients from the soil.