ARMENIAN CLAY- Bolus Armena

(1 customer review)

$17.75

There are many varieties of Armenian clay. The color of the clay is determined by the chemical composition of the soil. Clays of green, white, yellow, red, blue, and pink colors are most often found in nature.

All these soaps should be stored in the sun, as they absorb the positive energy from the sun and take the negative energy out of the human!

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Description

There are many varieties of Armenian clay. The color of the clay is determined by the chemical composition of the soil. Clays of green, white, yellow, red, blue, and pink colors are most often found in nature.

All these soaps should be stored in the sun, as they absorb the positive energy from the sun and take the negative energy out of the human!

Additional information

Weight 90-95 g
Weight

100gr

Green Clay/ Kaghchin

Armenian Green Clay – KAGHCHIN-Has a natural cleansing effect. In ancient Armenia, hair and body were washed with kaghchin. In the south of Armenia, the clay was called "Gil" (Ararat valley. In addition to all trace elements, Kagchin also contains about 50% silicon dioxide, 13% aluminum, and 15% other substances: gold, silver, heavy metals, copper, etc. Kaghchin has a wonderful cosmetic effect on the face and neck, it opens the pores when used as a scrub.

1 review for ARMENIAN CLAY- Bolus Armena

  1. Gohar

    It is incredible how much work and effort goes into each piece of Nelly’s soaps. Every piece is made from scratch by hand. I bought this soap a while back and I still haven’t used it. Its beautifully cut and hand carved and I keep it more as a souvenir. Nelly herself shared with me the history behind this recipe while I was visiting her work space, and its quite extraordinary. I see it as more than soap but a piece of art that holds elements of Armenian history and tradition. I’ll share more with you if I ever get myself to use it.

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There are many varieties of Armenian clay. The color of the clay is determined by the chemical composition of the soil. Clays of green, white, yellow, red, blue, and pink colors are most often found in nature.

All these soaps should be stored in the sun, as they absorb the positive energy from the sun and take the negative energy out of the human!