Redmond Clay Powder (6 lb. bag)
Redmond Clay is a pure, bentonite clay (also known as montmorillonite clay) that we mine ourselves, not too far from our salt mine near Redmond, Utah. Deposited millions of years ago as the ash of now-inactive volcanoes, it’s unique in that it contains both calcium and sodium. It also includes a blend of natural, beneficial trace minerals. We gather it from the earth, crush it into powder, and put it in a jar or bucket without any additives, chemicals, preservatives, or other fillers.
You can use this ready-to-mix powder in your mud masks or other home recipes that call for bentonite clay. Our simple recipe for a facial mask is one part Redmond Clay to two parts water. Mix into a smooth, creamy paste, adding water as needed.
We're excited about our new clay bags because they are easier to fulfill, more durable to ship, and allow us to keep serving our customers who love buying Redmond Clay in bulk.
I have used a number of Redmond products and have loved every one of them! The clay does wonders for my skin and I love having this on hand for other uses.
Thank you for sharing, Mary! We're so glad you love our products, and we can't wait for you to try more :)
No joke this salt is a blessing. I feel the difference and my fermented food is better and great flavor. I would highly recommend it.
Wow, that's amazing! We're so glad you found us, James. Thanks for elevating your journey with us!
I am still new to using Bentonite Clay. Wish there was a comprehensive "how-to" book for its many uses. This bag will probably last me a long time and I hope to learn more and more about its many uses.
Hi, Debi! There are so many ways to use your clay. If you're looking for a 'how-to' book, one of our favorite reads is The Clay Cure—feel free to check it out! We can't wait to see how you use it.
Thank you for putting the bentonite clay in the resealable bags love it so easy to use .
We're so glad! Thanks for giving our Bentonite Clay a try.
Great for facials. Haven’t tried it for other uses yet!
We can't wait to see what you think, Janet! Thanks for sharing.