BERACLAY 20661 Light Green Clay: Beraca’s line of Beraclay Active Mineral Colors, offers a unique variety of colors and distinct cosmetic benefits obtained through sustainable production. Beraclay Active Mineral Colors are composed of a wide range of natural color shades containing no artificial dyes or pigments. The colors are variations of minerals and microminerals offered by nature. One of the unique characteristics of this line is the extraction, done through a selective and sustainable process where the region’s biodiversity is respected and maintained.
Clay is a natural mineral composed of extremely fine particles of silicates and several trace elements. The clays may exhibit different types and concentrations of metals such as titanium, magnesium, copper, zinc, aluminum, calcium, potassium, nickel, manganese, lithium, sodium, and iron.
Clays are derived from sedimentary rocks (feldspar) that have undergone the process of erosion and exposure to climate processes for thousands of years. During this process, these fragments of rock break off and absorb characteristic metals and components of the land. The fragments can also be weathered by water from nearby rivers and organic compounds in each micro-region, thus forming the mineral product that is known as clay.
Features & Benefits of BERACLAY 20661 Light Green Clay
- Natural and highly stable colors
- Natural color promotion for cosmetic products
- Improvement in sensory properties in emulsions
- Help to promote cell ionic exchange
- Remove waste (impurities, oiliness, and dead skin cells)
- Reduce the effect on the oiliness of the skin and scalp
- Anti-seborrheic effect
- Skin care
- Anti-aging products
- Pregnancy care: creams, body masks
- Men’s grooming
- Natural and organic formulations
- Spa and professional products
- Products for oily skin
- Exfoliation products
- Eye care
- Shampoos, conditioners
- Soap bars or liquid soaps
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