Aztec Secret’s Indian Healing Clay aka Bentonite Clay Review

Hiya ladies, gentlewomen and sistahs from other mothers ! Today we take a peak into Benton.. Wait what ? Ben10 ???? Sounds similar but is claimed to be healing clay. Hmm.. now that’s what we’re talking about – Bentonite Clay. CLAY that SLAYS. Or claims to do so. But first, an intro… (horns blowing effect) 😉

Aztec Secret's Indian Healing Clay aka Bentonite Clay


It is a clay formed when volcanic ash breaks down in the presence of water. And.. it happens over time. It’s wonderful properties are acquired due to a mineral called ‘montmorillonite’. Yeah, a monstrous name.

Where is it found ? The US , China and Greece are top producers of bentonite clay. But don’t worry it’s also widely available online.


Price: Around $8 (when I got it on or Rs.1550 (from

Contents: 1 pound/ 454 gms.

Aztec Secret's Indian Healing Clay aka Bentonite Clay

Aztec Secret's Indian Healing Clay aka Bentonite Clay


  • The packaging is a simple yet sturdy white plastic container with all the product details written on it.
  • Bentonite Clay looks like a slight grey ash. Kind of like Seekakai or Sheeyarkai.
  • Also, it has a soft, chalk like texture.
Aztec Secret's Indian Healing Clay aka Bentonite Clay
Aztec Bentonite Clay
  • Instant freshness can be felt.
  • Face looks brighter and cleaner after first usage itself.
  • Mild neutral fragrance. It does not irritate during application.
  • Softer skin on application.
  • Glow and softness of skin stays for a while through the week. I did not find this plus with other natural pastes or masks.
  • It cleanses our skin by pulling toxins towards it.
  • It is also said to be anti-bacterial.
  • No animal testing or animal products in it. 100% cruelty free.

Aztec Secret's Indian Healing Clay aka Bentonite Clay


  • Lumps are for med while making a paste. These do not make application easy.
  • Clogs the drain when washed under a tap. But yo, it’s clay!
  • Did not help with my blackheads. But it’s not exactly a part of the claim.
  • Dries-up face. So careful if you have dry skin.
  • It’s quite expensive, atleast in India.
  • Availability is an issue too. It is available only on Amazon.

Rating: 3.8/5.


  • I would consider using it with milk if you have dry skin. I haven’t tried it yet. The clay tends to dry up your face.
  • Use an open tap or an open area where you don’t have to worry about clogging drains.

Usage instructions:

  • Mix clay with water or apple cider vinegar to make thick paste
  • Use a non-metal dish to make the paste. Metal deactivates its healing properties.
  • Apply paste on face till dry
  • Wash with warm water.
  • Apply once a week.


Been using it for a month now. Considering the amount of product for the price, it’s not so bad. Plus it’s natural. Plus it does cleanse and give a glow. As far as acne is concerned, I cannot determine the effect cos I don’t have any. (Knock some wood y’all) The quantity seems to be sufficient given a weekly-application. But I am no skin wizard. I need more time to say if it really went deep enough to cleanse my skin.

So,  what are y’all waiting for ? Get messy and dive into clear skin world. Just kidding. Consistency is key.

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