Innovative Magnetic Clay-Based Skin Care Products Debut At Whole Foods Market In Roseville, California

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Adama Detoxifying Mineral Skin Care Products; A Welcome Addition To Shelves Of Natural Grocery Stores.

In the high-tech twenty-first century, more and more people are turning toward natural home remedies and other organic forms of treatment. Zion Health, based in San Francisco, California, has been a major catalyst in this particular trend. Their line of clay-based natural skin care products, has arrived at Whole Foods Market located at 1001 Galleria Boulevard in Roseville, California.

The launch of Zion Health’s Magnetic Clay Skin Care products in Roseville follows several successful launches at Whole Foods Market stores throughout Northern California and a triumphant demonstration at CosmoProf North America 2011, an annual beauty industry convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Zion Health offers a vast family of products, including but not limited to mineral shampoos, conditioners, clay mineral deodorants, mineral soaps and even a clay toothpaste. These products are formulated with calcium montmorillonite, also known as Adama, a magnetic mineral clay commonly found near enriched mineral hot springs of Southern California and Mexico. This unique clay is commonly known for absorbing toxins including harmful bacteria and chemical toxins. The clay is also naturally enriched with essential trace minerals including calcium, iron, phosphorous, magnesium and silver.

"Clay has been used since the beginning of mankind to heal the body from many types of skin problems and health ailments. Calcium montmorillonite clay has natural antibacterial properties and does not result in any negative side effects when applied to the skin,” says Zion Health Sales Manager, Eddy Urbina.

Both North American Indian and African tribes have used clay for a variety of purposes including cleaning the teeth, healing wounds, and detoxifying the body. More recently, scientists affiliated with NASA, and the University of Texas have corroborated the healing and healthful properties of this unique combination of minerals. “In France, Montmorillonite clay is sold by bulk in most health food stores,” states Gloria Vilchez, Zion Health's marketing manager. “The U.S. needs to catch up when it comes to the distribution of natural medicines.”

Based in San Francisco, California, Zion Health provides a wide array of products formulated with magnetic clay. Their full line includes mineral skin care products, whole body detox supplements and detox teas. These products are currently available at Whole Foods Market stores in Northern California including Redwood City, San Ramon, San Mateo, Cupertino, Roseville and Mill Valley. Adama Minerals magnetic clay skin care line may also be ordered online at

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