How is Redmond Clay extracted?

The clay extraction process involves removing the surface layer of the deposit first. Then, we dig at least 10 feet below the original surface to harvest the clay. This depth ensures we avoid any potential surface contamination, such as plants or leaves, maintaining the purity of our clay.

Once extracted, the raw clay is transported to a nearby mill. There, it is milled and crushed into a very fine powder, approximately 325 mesh in size. During this process, we also remove fine sands through air classification.

After milling, Redmond Clay powder is packaged in retail packages for direct sale. It's also packaged for use in other cosmetic products, like hydrated facial creams and natural toothpaste, ensuring it reaches customers in perfect condition for various applications.