Soothing Bug Bite Clay

Soothing Bug Bite Clay

Enjoy the benefits of bentonite clay combined with 500 mg of Dreaming Field Farm CBD. Along with the soothing properties of Avocado Oil. When clay is applied to a bug bite or bee sting it binds to the toxins and helps remove them from the bite and body. Bentonite clay can also help reduce the itching from the bug bite. pH balanced for all skin types. 


Why you’ll love it!


Bentonite Clay has been used for centuries for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Bentonite is a powerhouse that deeply cleanses your skin, draws out toxins and absorbs dirt and oil from your skin. Traditionally bentonite clay has been used to heal skin infections, acne and dermatitis. Rich in minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium and silicate which are believed to improve skin health. The anti inflammatory and analgesic qualities help to alleviate


Avocado Oil contains many nutrients including a high percentage of Vitamin E as well as potassium and lecithin. The oleic acid found in avocado oil also promotes collagen production, which helps grow new skin.


Apple Cider Vinegar contains properties that not only soothe skin but the acetic acid softens skin. It also contains alpha hydroxy acids that exfoliate to remove dead skin buildup and reveal healthy new skin cells.


CBD Benefits for your skin include: Anti-Aging, Prevents Acne, Anti-Inflammatory (may help with TMJ pain / jaw joint), Nourishes Dry Skin, Helps with Psorasis and Eczema, Powerful Anti-Oxidant, Rich in Omega 6 & 9.  


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  • Directions

    Using clean dry hands, apply an even coat of clay on the bug bite.  Allow the clay to dry then rinse or wipe off with water.  Apply as needed.

    Suggestions: Apply about 1/4 inch of clay.  The clay remains "active" when its wet.  You want to apply enough so it remains wet for about 15 minutes.

$26.00 Regular Price
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