Frequently Asked Questions
Research shows that we need to support our skin health by staying away from overusing antibacterial products and soap. Soaps are alkalizing and in some cases, double the optimum PH balance of our skin, damaging your microflora and setting the stage for increased risk of skin issues.
WOSH is literally, “food for your skin”. Your skin is an ecosystem with a diverse collection of microorganisms. We exclusively use Kisameet Clay in our products because of its remarkable scientifically supported healing properties and ability to support and nourish the skin’s microbiome. Historical evidence shows that Kisameet Clay was used for skin infections, rashes, bee stings gastrointestinal illness, ulcers, colitis, IBS, dentistry and for a number of treatments by veterinarians for animal health.
The minerals produced by the volcanic event that created Kisameet Clay assist in modulating the skin’s immune responses. Keeping your skin’s microbiome balanced is important especially for oily and blemish-prone skin because too much bad bacteria can lead to increased redness, breakouts and congestion.
Kisameet Clay has been used for skin infections, rashes, bee stings gastrointestinal illness, ulcers, colitis, IBS, dentistry and for a number of treatments by veterinarians for animal health. Kisameet Clay was also used by the medical community in Vancouver in the 1960’s with positive results, including treatment of 3rd degree burns at the Vancouver General Hospital.
Kisameet is the name of a small bay on the central Coast of British Columbia where the clay was first discovered.
Absolutely no chemicals, reagents or preservatives of any kind are added.
The ingredients in the mineral bar are: safflower seed oil, Kisameet Glacial Clay (Colloidal Clay), sustainable palm oil, coconut oil, aqua, sodium hydroxide, tea tree oil, lavender oil.
The ingredients in the lip balm are: olive oil, palm oil, beeswax, coconut oil, castor seed oil, Kisameet Glacial Clay, stevia
Kisameet Glacial Clay was first researched by MIT in the 1940s, ongoing extensive research continues at UBC to further support the clay’s remarkable qualities. It is now recognized by the global scientific and medical community for its unique healing and antimicrobial properties. We invite you to read this report from the American Society for Microbiology about Kisameet Clay’s effectiveness against the ESKAPE pathogens.