The use of clay for skin care has now become a traditional method. In general, all types of clay have properties such as removing dead cells, strengthening connective tissue and increasing blood-lymph circulation. There are varieties of clay with many different colors such as red, green, blue, gray, pink, yellow and white. Each clay has its own mineral and active enzyme content, and it is this content that gives the clay its unique color. Clay, which can be beneficial for different skin types due to its mineral properties, is very important for our skin health, not only with its positive effects on dermatological diseases such as acne and skin dryness, but also with its anti-aging feature that allows you to have a younger looking skin. In addition to the benefits of clay, its ease of use and being economical are among the reasons why it is preferred in skin care. Gray Clay (Bentonite Clay) Studies have shown that calcium bentonite clay has antibacterial properties that are very effective in fighting acne. Bentonite clay accelerates blood circulation and helps to heal acne and rashes. It is recommended to use gray clay regularly, twice a week, which is very useful in treating stubborn acne. This treatment can worsen your acne and increase their number at first. However, this is an indication that the toxic substances accumulated under the skin are excreted. When you continue your treatment regularly, it will go into the healing process in a short time. Green Clay Green clay is a storehouse of iron and magnesium. What gives clay its green color is the magnesium it contains. The combination of iron and magnesium makes the skin oxidized. Green clay purifies the skin by removing toxins. It also prevents the formation of blackheads by removing the dirt accumulated in the pores. It is very useful for acne and skin rashes. Green clay, which balances oil production by controlling the sebum production of skin cells, is a product that can be used by anyone with oily skin type.