While most naturally-derived muds and clays used in beauty products have the same end goals of improving elasticity, boosting collagen production, and ridding the skin of toxins, they also offer benefits unique to their individual climates. Try one of the following items sourced from around the globe, or book a trip to experience the skincare perks firsthand.
BRAZILIAN RED CLAY
Found In: Belém, Brazil
Brazilian clays are of the kaolin variety, so they're less drying than bentonite or illite clays. “As the most hydrating of clays, kaolin works wonders, even on the most moisture-lacking skin,” adds Garland.