Here’s how Good Clean Mud works: Citrus oils break down the bond between grime and your skin. Olive and Coconut oil soften dirt and other sticky stuff. Bentonite Clay absorbs and wicks it all away from your skin. That’s it. No petroleum distillates, or other nasty stuff. The clay we use in Good Clean Mud comes from finely-textured, weathered volcanic ash, found in plentiful supply in the layered hillsides of the American West. Unlike pumice-based cleansers that are abrasive, the bentonite clay in Good Clean Mud simply (and wholesomely) absorbs, leaving your hands feeling clean and your skin feeling great…not grated.
Plus, our Mud is different than your typical detergent-based cleanser: Those work by attracting oil and grease, but can leave behind waxy residues that can actually trap some of the same stuff you’re trying to remove. The oil-and-clay mixture in Good Clean Mud uniquely softens and attracts grime, so that it’s easily rinsed away with water.
Gets it all off! Heavy dirt, grime, grease, tree sap, motor oil, resins, epoxy, adhesives, ink, guts, etc.
DIRECTIONS: Just grab a daub of Good Clean Mud and rub it thoroughly over your dry hands, then rinse with water and you’re good to go. Plus, you can rest a little easier knowing it contains no petroleum distillates, harsh chemicals, chemical preservatives, or, well, chemicals. Here are the handful of good things Good Clean Mud does contain:
INGREDIENTS: Bentonite Clay, Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil, Olive (Olea Europaea) Oil, Pink Grapefruit (Citrus Paradisi) Essential Oil, Lime (CitrusAurantifolia) Essential oil, Lemon (Citrus Medica Limonum) Peel Essential oil.
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