Monday, September 30, 2013

Redmond Clay Products Review & Giveaway**Closed**

I thought I would start this review with a video that explains what Redmond Clay does internally because on this one I had to get help from one of my best friends. I have been sick a lot lately this past month or so and really did not want to take any chances of taking something that might make things worse. I have alot of problems with IBS with constipation and it's reared it's ugly head lately so I have had to watch what I eat and drink lots more fluids than normal. I was afraid that the clay might make the constipation worse. Of course, I am paranoid so it may not have done a thing but I decided to play it safe on this one.
From the questions section on Redmond Clay, I learned from another person asking the question, does this product sometimes cause constipation and they recommended drinking lots of water during the day while using this product to keep this from happening. Since I am prone to constipation no matter what I do and have to take RX medication to go, I thought it would be safer for me to not personally review this.
If you have constipation issues, please check with your doctor first. I would hate to tell anyone something that would hurt you. I know how it feels to have this problem and want you to be fully informed. Now, this is only if this product is taken internally. The top video gives you all the information that you need.

Otherwise, my friend that used this for a few weeks internally, loved the product and noticed no bad side effects. She is a very healthy person and takes this kind of stuff all the time and I knew she would be able to tell me how it really worked. She had no problems with constipation but she did say that she upped her water intake slightly to make sure she didn't and had no problems.
Now, I did use it externally and had no problems. You are going to love what it does externally and if you need something for the things that it is used for in that respect, I would suggest getting this product just for that.  
To use as a poultice:
Hydrated Redmond Clay can be applied externally as a poultice on cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings, boils, rashes, achy joints, acne, and burns. To apply a clay poultice, place a thick layer (¼ to 1 inch thick) over the affected area. Redmond Clay has tremendous drawing power, so it should be washed off before it dries completely– especially when used on burns or sensitive areas such as the face. If the area can be wrapped with cheese cloth or plastic wrap, the clay can be left on overnight without drying out.
By the way, I am just now starting to recover from Poison Ivy and did use some of the clay paste on that and it really did seem to help with the itching. Because I am very allergic to Poison Ivy, I still had to take shots but this clay helped with the itching very nicely. I didn't see the part about achy joints until I was doing my post, so I will have to try that. I have RA and Fibromyalgia also and have gone thru every known RA treatment and none have worked. So, I am now off all medications for RA and it's really taking a toll on me. I get exhausted so easy now and have to pace myself. But, if used for the burns, bites, rashes, etc. I think it works miracles!
Also, if you want more ideas on how this can help with some of your problems, make sure to read the comments underneath all the video's on their site. Some comments are very helpful and the ones back to them from Redmond really offer some great advice.
For Bath:
To enjoy a full-body detox, add 1 to 2 cups of Redmond Clay to a tub of hot water and soak for 20-30 minutes. The remaining clay sediment can be safely washed down the drain. We have never seen it cause problems with the plumbing.
Foot Bath:
Many people find that a foot bath with Redmond Clay also is a relaxing way to draw toxins out of the body. For a foot bath, add about 3 tablespoons of Redmond Clay to a pot of water that is as warm as you can stand. Soak your feet for about 30 minutes.
Now, on the Facial Mud, I did use this one quite a lot as I love cleaning my face and feeling that awesome smooth, tight feeling that I get from using any type of facial masque like products. 
Their Facial Mud helps clarify your skin, remove excess oil, shrink pores, draw out toxins, tone skin, remove impurities, and deep clean your skin. Redmond Clay Facial Mud is safe for all skin types. I have large pores and this was really the main reason I used this product for and am very happy with the results.
To me, the large pores made putting on makeup a nightmare because no matter what kind I got, like the ones that say it won't sink into pores, well, it still does. So, I had to take a different approach and find something that would shrink them, not hide them. I also love the smooth feeling that comes with the added benefit.
The Facial Mud comes in a 4 ounce tube that is ready to use. So, no, you don't have to mix anything like you do with the Clay Powder. Just squeeze the tube and apply to face. If you have sensitive skin or dry skin (like I do) only leave on for 10 minutes but if not, you can leave on from 15 to 30 minutes, but take it off before it gets completely dry. You may or may not notice some reddening but it's natural because of the drawing power that the clay has.
Oh, they do have a First Aid Clay that is in the same kind of tube for your cuts, burns, itches, bee stings, poison ivy, etc. that you won't have to mix like the clay powder if you prefer to use that instead. It would save some time to have this quick remedy available and I am thinking this might be the way I will go since I can't take it internally but sure do want something to help with the external problems.
What is Redmond Clay:
Redmond Clay is a completely natural bentonite clay, extracted from the earth and brought to you in its pure, natural state. Redmond Clay is available as a fine powder, pre-hydrated gel, or in easy-to-swallow capsules. 
Redmond Clay™ remains as pure today as it was when the Fremont Indians discovered its uses long ago. As our world returns to more natural lifestyles, more and more people keep Redmond Clay in their medicine cabinets, first aid kits, and purses. Discover for yourself the healing benefits of Redmond Clay.
How it Works:
At a molecular level, Redmond has a negative electrical charge, attracting positively charged toxins. The formation of bentonite resembles tiny business card shapes, with negatively charged wide surfaces and positively charged edges, providing a surprisingly high surface area and powerful drawing effect. As most toxins are positively charged, clay naturally rids the body of toxins as it pulls and holds the toxins into its core.
Unfortunately, there is so much information about Redmond Clay that I can't possibly give you all the answers or information, so please go by and watch some of the video's, read the articles and/or read the comments under each product. A lot of your questions will be asked by others and then Redmond Clay answers them. I found this to be the most helpful.

I am really excited about the Redmond Clay as far as externally goes and like I said earlier, my friend loved it internally and as long as you don't have any health issues you might benefit from taking it internally. But please, even Redmond Clay advises checking with your doctor if you are in doubt about anything.

Connect with Redmond Clay:

Mailing Address:
Redmond Trading Company, L.C.
475 West 910 South
Heber City, Utah 84032
Toll-Free 1-800-367-7258

The awesome folks at Redmond Clay would love to give one winner the same two products that I just reviewed! You are going to love the Facial Mud and the Clay Powder for any and all cuts, insect bites, poison ivy, rashes, dry itchy skin, etc.! Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!


Darby Elizabeth said...

I like the organic garlic salt

Gala said...

I would love to find more about their salts

Anita Yancey said...

I would like to try the Redmond Bath Salt Plus. Thanks for having the giveaway.


Megan Parsons said...

I'd like to try the Redmond Clay Facial Mud makeighleekyleigh at yahoo dot com

Gianna said...

Redmond Clay Facial Mud.

JannyBee said...

I would liketo try the Real Salt.

matope said...

Jennifer in rafflecopter - I'd love to ty the salts!

StaceyN said...

I'd love to try their toothpaste! Stacey

Kitty Iecvan said...

I want to try Real Salt!

Danielle Royalegacy said...

Their industrial products?? No, I don't think so, but their salt sounds mighty interesting.

Jessica Fortner said...

I'd like to try the Earthpaste.

Paula L. said...

Would also love to try the bath salt.

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MELINA said...

I would like to try the Earthpaste Amazingly Natural Toothpaste

Ken Ohl said...

the bath salt my wife would love thankyou, ken

hhkaufman78 said...

Redmond Bath Salt Plus

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Carolyn Colley said...

Redmond Variety Pack 6 would be very nice.

Carolyn Colley said...

I forgot to leave my email:

Dorrie Turner said...

I think the Redmond Bath Salt Plus would be a good product to try and use often if it works well! Thank you for the giveaway. Good luck everyone.

Dorrie Turner

Angie B. said...

I'm also interested in the Coarse Grind Real Salt with Salt Mill. (Angie PreciselyMine ~

Melinda said...

I'd love to try the Natural Mineral Bath Salt Crystals. I love adding stuff to my baths.