Argiletz Clay Review – It Works!

Argiletz clay is useful in so many ways for people with skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.  It is a clay that contains minerals and feeds the skin with them while at the same time removing toxins.

Eczema on my leg healed fast without scars.  I am well pleased and I am sure you will be too as you read on…

 

 

Product Name: Argiletz Clay

Website: Amazon.com

Company and Location: Argiletz Clay, France

Price: Starts from £7  Highest Price: £12

 

It comes in various colours ranging from white to brown. Each colour signifies what it can be used for and the mineral content in the clay, eg, the red clay has plenty of iron, the green clay is for detoxifying the body and the white is for sensitive skin.  Argiletz clay also comes in sizes ranging from 300g to 1.5kg.

You can also buy Argiletz clay impregnated bandages and toothpaste for sore gums and sensitive teeth.

How to Use:              

As a face/body mask: For small to large parts of your body, make 1/2 cup of clay paste.  Simply mix the 1 cup of clay with 3 tablespoons of olive oil and mix with enough water to make a smooth thick paste.  This is best done in the evening.

For the face, leave the paste on for 5 minutes just before it dries.  For other body parts especially with eczema, wrap with cling film followed by bandages and a cotton top you don’t mind getting messy. Tubifast bandages can be prescribed by your GP and are excellent for holding the cling film in place and keeping the clay paste moist.

Rinse off the clay with warm water the following morning. Then moisturise with either olive oil or raw shea butter. You only need to apply clay paste to your body until your body heals.

You may see a dramatic change for the better almost immediately.

As time goes on, apply a thinner paste.

As clay water: Mix one tablespoon into a glass of pure water and leave overnight.  Next morning, drink the clay water but not the clay.  It is highly mineralised clay water and helps to firm the gums and get rid of parasites in the body.

Personally, I used the green clay daily when I suffered from wet eczema on my leg. It was extremely itchy and sore, to the point I was limping.

I made a  big batch of clay paste and applied it thickly to my leg.  Then I wrapped it in cling film followed by bandages.  The bandages were held in place with leggings and then I wore trousers. Seems like a lot of hassle, right?  Extreme skin conditions call for extreme action.

Pros

  • Fast and effective
  • Can be used on all skin types including sensitive
  • Cheap price
  • Safe to use and is edible

Cons

  • Can be really messy and time consuming to apply, depending on how large the  eczema patch is
  • Can be hard to find as very few shops stock the entire range
  • Quite drying to the skin hence the need to mix with an oil and a little water  to make it easy to rinse off.

Conclusion:

Argiletz clay is very soothing for skin conditions and is very effective for healing scars. The price ranges from £7-12 and is extremely cost-effective.

You also do not need any special skills to apply the clay and it is useful for all skin types.

These days, the clay only seems to be found online at Amazon. It is rare to find the entire range of clay pack sizes and toothpaste in health food stores. However, the large clay pack sizes (1.5kg) last a long time so you won’t have to go and buy it every week.

Overall Rating: 9/10

Yes, you may say I’m biased, but hey, I don’t limp anymore! If you suffer from eczema or any other chronic skin condition, which can be very demoralising, I suggest you buy Argiletz clay for yourself.  It is worth it.

If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to leave them here…I will be pleased to answer them.

6 thoughts on “Argiletz Clay Review – It Works!”

  1. Hi thanks for the recommendation. I have suffered from psoriasis for years and although it is mostly under control, it sometimes does break out and needs treatment. I’m always on the lookout for natural products to improve this chronic skin condition and will definitely give this a try. Thanks again

    1.  Hi Amanda, I’m glad that this information has given you some insight as to how to manage the psoriasis. The clay definitely works and is my go to when having a flare-up.  However, to get your skin normal again, I would also suggest a bowel cleanse which makes a big difference to your allergies, if you have any.

      All the best!

  2. Both our 11 year old and 5 year old have suffered from eczema in the past. We tried so many creams and lotions without much relief. I have never heard of Argiletz clay before. If we move to Eastern WA it is likely to return I will definetly be following your website for more information.

  3. Hi Stella, thanks for pointing this clay out. I have minor issues with psoriasis but I am conscious of it and it never looks nice. I used my own urine once before just the morning middle stream on a tissue and then soak the infected area. It always seemed to work but I guess not everyone is keen to put there urine on their skin. I will give this a try. Thanks

    1. Hi Hendrik, only you can know what is best for your skin…If urine works for you and you are benefiting from the results, don’t suddenly change!  I used clay to get rid of scars, but it  is drying to the skin.  That is why I mix the clay with oil as well as water.  It is  a method that has dramatic results.

      If the psoriasis keeps on returning, then it might be something you are eating that flares it up…or does it come up when you are stressed?  Take some time to find out why and you may find the answer on my pages..”Less Is More”…

      Take care Hendrik and wishing you all the best!

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