One of the particular features of Sea Clay is its high content of silicate, iron oxide and alumina. The marked presence of iron oxide gives it its unique color. This type of clay is very rich in potassium, magnesium and sodium, and it is particularly rich in iron and calcium.
- It helps give tendons definition
- Tones the tissues
- Reduces swelling
- Cools down the legs
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