Montmorillonite Clay Contains Natural Healing Properties; Zion Health Announces Ancient Clay Soaps for Sensitive Skin; Now Available at Whole Foods Market - West Hartford

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Sourced from volcanic ash and ancient oceanic sediment, Montmorillonite clay is well-known for its high mineral content. Zion Health's Organic Clay Soaps formulated for Sensitive Skin are now available in Whole Foods Market in West Hartford, Connecticut.

Clay Soaps Serve as Popular Natural Cleanser.

Zion Health is pleased to announce that Whole Foods Market on 50 Raymond Road in West Hartford, Connecticut now carries Ancient Clay Organic Soaps for sensitive skin in invigorating scents with essential oils like tea tree, lavender and citrus peels. Whole Foods Market is a leading grocer of the finest natural and organic foods and personal care products. With over 340 stores in North America and the United Kingdom, Whole Foods Market is committed to supporting organic agriculture from local producers and providing Eco-conscious products.

The healing benefits of clay have been evident for generations globally and in Native American folk medicine. Montmorillonite Clay is well known for its detoxifying properties and ability to magnetically bind pollutants and bacteria, Montmorillonite clay has been used successfully to treat various skin disorders including eczema, hives, psoriasis and acne. The clay is also thought to help rebuild tissue and reduce environmental damage, according to Linda Page, author of “Healthy Healing Detoxification: Cleanse, Purify and Renew.”

The natural line of Zion Health organic Ancient Clay Soaps is now available at Whole Foods Market stores in Laguna Niguel, California and at health food markets and co-ops throughout the United States and Canada. Zion's Organic Clay Soaps are available for online wholesale at livingnaturally.com. Zion Health provides its consumers with pure skin and body care products that are vegan, free of parabens, aluminum, and formulated using certified organic ingredients whenever possible.

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