A jewel of nature

Naturally rich in minerals, green clay works wonders on every skin type

Particularly appreciated by oily skin, it has a formidable rebalancing effect, absorbs excess sebum, gently cleanses, stimulates naturally and gives the face a new complexion.
Used regularly as a mask of beauty, clay tones, brightens the complexion by its absorbing action.
It can also be used in the bath, as a compress, or in thalassotherapy.

It comes to life in contact with water: to enjoy all its benefits, it should not be allowed to dry once applied.

Choosing the particle size of the clay

Clay is a raw material, originating from the Earth, whose shape is very heterogeneous. Once extracted and worked, we offer it in different particle sizes according to its different uses.

What is particle size? This is the size of the clay grains, which can vary in coarse grains or pieces of 2cm of very (very) small grains (powder) of 20 microns.

Here’s a little recap of our different granulometry and their use.

argile ultra ventilée
argile surfine
argile moulue fine
argile granulée
argile concassée

Ultra-ventilated clay

Very fine green clay with a particle size of 20 microns. It is often used for the application of masks on the face and hair or to add to the bath.


Surfine clay

Green clay in fine powder with a particle size of 60 microns. It is often used for the application of masks, small plasters or to add to the bath.


Fine ground clay

Green clay in the form of small grains of various sizes, ranging from 0.05 to 0.5mm. Ideal for making small plasters or poultices.


Granulated clay

Green clay in the form of small grains of 0.5mm. It melts in about 30 minutes and is ideal for making poultices and plasters. Stir well before application.


Crushed clay

Green clay in pieces of 2cm. To allow it to melt, it takes a good 2 hours. We advise you to prepare your dough in the morning for the evening.