ARGITAL CLAY AUSTRALIA
pure green and white clays and preservative free, natural cosmetics
Certifications
BDIH, the trademark which certifies natural cosmetics.
DEMETER, an internationally recognized quality certification that labels officinal herbs and generally all agricultural products obtained using the Biodynamic method as conceived by Rudolf Steiner.
AIAB, the cultural association which promotes new sustainable lifestyles that are environmentally friendly.
ICEA, the ethical and environmental institute certification.
LAV, the trademark of the association which defends the life and rights of animals.

Argital Green Clay’s Chemical and Mineralogical Features

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Silica (Si02) 44.44%
Titanium (Ti02) 0.78%
Alluminium (Al203) 13.67%
Iron (Fe203) 5.00%
Magnesium (Mg0) 1.98%
Calcium (Ca0) 14.90%
Sodium (Na20) 0.73%
Potassium (K20) 2.18%
Waste on fire 21.94%

Argital’s clay is rich in oligelements.

MINERAL ANALYSIS
The principal minerals present in Argital’s clay are: smectites, illites, chlorite, kaolinite, dolomite, calcite, quartz, feldspar.
Cationic exchange capability: 41.6 meq/100 gr. This value denotes a good clay’s osmotic activity.
pH: 8.00 slightly basic.