35.84 € for 50 gr up to 3 months of use
Antiseptic and regenerating skin The green clay combined with some essential oil and with the Aloe Vera gel - Which represents 50 % of the volume ! - is recommended in any cutaneous or articular infections, of any locations, accessible by local way to microbial and inflammatory constituent, this association showed its ability in the case of painful scars, wounds difficult to heal, of light skin burns, warts, eschars, eczema, insect bites in particular.
Adults : min 3 applications - max 6 applications daily
Children (under 12 years) : contact us or see the sheet Use advice
Duration : minimum 8 days
Use : in cataplasm
Caution(s) : in cataplasm : Applications by periods of 30 minutes max then remove with a damp cloth For any question, don't hesitate to contact our pharmacist
The green clay associated with certain essential oil and with the Aloe Vera gel - Which represents 50 % of the volume ! - is recommended in any cutaneous or articular infections, of any locations, accessible by local way to microbial and inflammatory constituent, this association showed its ability in the case of painful scars, wounds difficult to heal, of light skin burns, warts, eschars, eczema, insect bites in particular.
Whatever are their etiologies, the dermatological infections in which we find a microbial constituent are of a very big frequency.
Often compartmentalized, they justify the almost systematic association of a complementary treatment of contact
The properties of some green clays, related to their very special structure, and combined with those of Aloe vera gel and some essential oils selected for their specificity, have an antiseptic action, who can reduce pain and facilitate healing
1) Essential Oils
2) Aloe (Aloe ferox and Aloe Vera)
Aloe is known for its cicatrizant properties since the ancient times, especially by American Indians who used it to treat wounds. Modern research has confirmed the potent effects of this plant whose wealth of various enzymes - associated with 18 amino acids (including seven of eight essential) and vitamin B12 they contain - explains the important regenerative power
Its virucidal properties, bactericidal, antimycotic and revascularization complete harmoniously its cicatrizant effects and justify its use in all kinds of wounds. Thus, it can participate in the treatment of acne essentially by local way by fighting :
3) The Clay
We now know that the clays are composed of crystallized elements, arranged mostly in leaves (phyllic structure), sometimes in fiber (fibrous structure) associated with accessory minerals such as iron hydroxide or aluminum
Their physico-chemical and biological properties are a function of the number of coats constituting these leaves and minerals entering in their chemical composition. The reasons for the activity of the clays are complex and involve several mechanisms (adsorption, oxidation-reduction, hydration, catalysis, ion exchange, release of electrons)
The analytical knowledge of some of the mineral elements which compose the clay, silicon, magnesium, iron, calcium, etc. allows to understand the interest in using daily.
If the empirical use has always lent to the clay of the wonderful properties, modern knowledge can not accommodate unfounded statements that have not been verified by the criteria of formal research.
So, the equipment used should be defined objectively to help clarify the relationship between their structure and their activity. Indeed, there is no "one" clay, but "the" clays, whose structural differences are significant and biological effects very variable.
It will be a matter of choosing certain green clays surfines well defined, ie that is illites and not fibrous clays, about which we know the dangers, because illites is more active than KelOrlinites, which contain fewer ions and have a lower absorbency. It will thus need to select those whose studies in X-ray diffraction (monochromatic radiation of cobalt AKc~) will reveal that it is a 3 coats mineral phyllitic whose power adsorption of bacteria is very important.
Indeed, recent studies have shown that when we realize successive additions of these clays identified well in a water artificially contaminated by :
An in vivo study on applications of this type of clay, using the technique of Williamson and Kligmann (adsorption of the cutaneous bacteria on applications of clay at the inner surface of the forearm) showed that average skin microflora conducted on 20 subjects was 148 bacterias / cm ² of skin.
After application of a cataplasm of this type of clay, this average falls in 33 bacteria / cm2, which represents a decrease of 77 % of the number of the cutaneous bacteria.
Some of these green clays are bacteriologically satisfactory, as demonstrated on one of them by the Microbiological Research Institute (MRI), by the counting of mesophilic aerobic microorganisms (bacteria, yeasts and molds) and sulphite-reducing Clostridium, and the search of specific microorganisms: candida albicans, pseudomonas aeruginosa (bacille pyocya-nique), staphylococcus aureus (staphylocoque doré). Their activity is particularly remarkable in all infectious phenomena being able to affect humans and animals, and this even at patients with serious infections for which antimicrobial therapy or conventional antibiotics well conducted, did not allow to obtain the desired result.
Thus do we understand the fundamental importance of the clay that will be adopted to facilitate the repair of wounds.
Due to its intrinsic properties, increased by its high quality, we can observe that it is :