Rose Clay
Rose Clay

Rose Clay

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Part Number: CORSC
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Botanical Name: Kaolin & Iron Oxide
Origin: USA
Extraction Method: Mined, Dried and Milled
Color: Light Rose/Pink
Aroma: Near Unnoticeable
Minimum Shelf Life: Indefinite

Rose clay, also known as pink kaolin, is a kaolinite clay beautifully colored pink due to the naturally unique iron oxide content. Our rose clay is sourced and mined in the moist climate region of the United States. It is then naturally dried and milled to retain the unique mineral profile only found in Rose Clay — quartz, mica, feldspar, illite, and montmorillonite. This mineral content prevents Rose Clay from over-drying the skin, which can occur in other kaolin type of clays if not formulated correctly.

Rose clay is a soft, earthy, medium-weight powder. It is considered mild but offers gentle cleansing and exfoliating actions ideal for normal to dry skin types. Rose clay creates a smoothing and softening appearance, making the skin look even and more youthful. Rose clay falls under the skincare categories of anti-aging, balancing, smoothing, and revitalizing. Other benefits include improving skin circulation, detoxifying the epidermis, and rejuvenating skin’s complexion. Rose clay also enhances a formula’s sensorial profile by increasing silkiness, slip, and absorbency in personal care products.

Rose clay has a variety of uses from purifying and refining pores to exfoliating and balancing the skin. Since rose clay prevents drying out the skin, we recommend its usage with mature skincare focused on firming and regeneration:

Regenerating Facial Mask:

3-1/2 teaspoons rose clay
1/2 teaspoon vegetable glycerin

Other hydrosols that pair well with rose clay are Rose Otto, rose alba, rose centifolia, carrot seed, helichrysum, frankincense, and sandalwood. Similarly, essential oils of rose otto, rose centifolia, carrot seed, cistus (rock rose), geranium rose, chamomile, frankincense, and sandalwood augment the natural skincare properties of rose clay as well.

Please note, the above recipe is for immediate use after blending. Adding water (or any ingredient containing water) to any type of powdered clay requires a preservative to keep mold, fungi, and bacteria from forming. The above recipe is not intended to be made for future use (for example, retail purposes). For retail inclusion of a preservative is required.

For additional recipe ideas, visit Aromaweb, Aromatherapy Recipes


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