Collection: Wellcat's Clays, Seaweeds, and Salts

Therapeutics from the Earth and remarkable but simple ways to indulge yourself—body & soul.


Mineral-rich compositions of finely ground earth & marine sediments.

What they can do for you:

Conduct and hold heat ~ Draw toxins & absorb oil from skin ~ Moisturize & soften skin ~ Improve circulation ~Transfer minerals to skin ~ Tighten & tone skin


Aquatic plants comprised of vitamins, minerals & vital elements such as oxygen.

What they can do for you:

Attract & retain moisture ~ Renew & regenerate cellular structure ~ Reduce wrinkles & fine lines ~ Transfer vitamins & minerals to skin ~ Increase skin tone & elasticity ~ Soothe & heal skin ~ Stimulate local blood circulation ~ Disinfect & deodorize ~ Relieve stress & swelling ~ Stimulate metabolism ~ Accelerate toxin elimination


What they can do for you:
Relieve stress & swelling ~ Stimulate metabolism ~ Accelerate toxin elimination


For a Facial: mix approximately 1 to 1 ½ tablespoons of clay and/or seaweed with enough warm water (or try Rosewater for a gentle treat). Apply a thin layer. When dry, rinse first with warm water, then cool water to close pores.

For a Bath: Add an ounce of clay and/or seaweed to hot water; soak for 20 to 30 minutes. For added benefit, just as you are ready to immerse yourself in tub, add a few drops of your favorite essential oil or therapeutic blend.

Strained Muscle Pack: Prepare a thick clay/seaweed/water mixture, warm in a double boiler and apply to sore area. Cover with plastic or a moist towel. Rinse when dry. This mixture can also be applied to sore and overworked hands.

Foot Soak: Add ½ ounce of clay to a gallon or two of hot water and relax with feet submerged for 15 to 20 minutes.

Insect Stings: Mix a small amount of clay or seaweed into water to create a paste; apply to sting. Wash off after 30 minutes. Slippery Elm Powder is remarkably good for this also & should help remove stinger; splinters, too!