Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

I have used Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay for years as a facial to deep clean my oily skin. I also knew the beauty clay could be used on hair as a deep conditioner, similar to a henna, but I never applied the product to my curls until now.


Mixed with apple cider vinegar I made enough clay to put on my face as well as my hair.


There was absolutely no measuring when making the clay. The products were added, blended and stirred with a wooden spoon until I reached a consistency I liked and had enough for my use.


On clean towel dried hair I added the health and beauty clay.


I really didn’t demonstrate a particular method when applying the clay. I just put it on starting from the back to the front. I kept it on my hair for one hour. Then I put the clay on my face and kept that on until it dried.



I have on a towel. You just can't see it.

I have on a towel. You just can’t see it.

The Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay left my hair feeling super soft, deeply conditioned and very moist. I loved it. I didn’t think the clay would be easy to wash out but it was. My curls were longer too, just after washing, and I thought that was kind of cool.




Overall I was pleased with the results. I would like to use Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay at least once a month – but I know me – it will probably happen once every other other month.

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