Magnetic Clay Bath


Enviromedica’s Magnetic Clay™ Bath offers a time-tested detoxification method, using only the highest-grade, desert sourced clay. Free of additives and synergistically combined with ancient sea salt, our clay bath provides a uniquely potent, professional-grade clay bath formula that you can use in the comfort and convenience of your own home.

Size: 4.62lb
Untreated, unaltered product, used for thousands of years

Inexpensive and convenient

Can be enjoyed in the privacy of your own home

Synergistic formula to maximize the natural adsorptive properties of the clay

Can be used on both children and seniors

No emulsifiers or chemical additives
Premium-grade sodium bentonite, Mojave Desert sourced calcium bentonite, Himalayan pink salt
Please read all instructions before beginning.

Magnetic Clay Bath is formulated with premium clays, free of emulsifiers, and will clump if improperly mixed. To reach full therapeutic potential, clay powder should be completely hydrated and free of clumps.

Full Body Baths: 1 to 3 cups (236-700ml), water temp100-104˚F (38-40˚C), bathe for 10-20 minutes. Start with 1 cup of clay powder per bath, and increase by 1 cup with each successive bath treatment. Sensitive individuals should use less clay powder and/or stay in the bath for less time. 

Foot Baths: 1 to 2 cups (236-475ml), water temp 100-104˚F (38-40˚C), soak feet for 20-30 minutes. Use a non-metallic foot basin, and enough clay/water mixture to cover ankles. The preferred method (blender mixing) to prepare clay foot baths is required for optimal results.

1. Preparing a Bath: Slowly sprinkle measured clay powder into warm, running bath water, thoroughly mixing clay with a whisk or similar utensil. Tiny clumps are normal. Do not fill tub or foot bath more than half way. Let mixed clay sit in the tub for 15-20 minutes to allow the clay to fully hydrate. Then add more hot or cool water as necessary to achieve desired temp.

2. Bathing & Clean Up: Submerge as much of your body as practical, and stir the water to circulate the clay while bathing. After allotted time, allow tub to drain. Rinse remaining residue down the drain and continue to run warm water for 1-2 minutes to ensure clean drainage. Take a tepid shower and rinse skin to remove clay residue.

3. Post-Bath Care: Moisturize skin with a natural, chemical-free moisturizer to relieve any dryness. Some minerals and electrolytes may be depleted during your bath session and should be replenished as soon as possible. Drink plenty of mineral-rich spring water, herbal tea, and rest.

This product is safe for drains and septic tanks, provided the clay is properly hydrated. Take care to thoroughly rinse clay residue off any mixing utensils immediately after use.

Warning: Not recommended for those who are pregnant or nursing. If you have a medical condition or are taking prescription medication, consult with your healthcare provider before use. Keep clay out of reach of children. 

This product is intended for EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Do not ingest. Avoid inhalation of clay dust. Avoid contact with eyes. Take care exiting bath, clay can be slippery.


The therapeutic use of mud, peat, moss or clay applied to the body.

Since recorded time, therapeutic clays have played a pivotal role in traditional therapies; spanning continents and cultures, its benefits are documented throughout history.

What Causes Toxic Build-up?

  • In this modern age, environmental pollution begins in the womb. Toxins pollute every facet of our lives, from the food we eat to the air we breathe. The human body is equipped with a natural ability to detoxify itself via the liver, kidneys, and colon. But when we are exposed to more than what these systems can handle at once, bioaccumulation occurs.
  • This vast increase of chemicals in our environment greatly alters the body's ability to rid itself of toxins, and toxic overload can trigger many of today's chronic health ailments. It is invaluable to cleanse the body of toxins on a regular basis.

Bentonite - The "Magnetic" Clay

  • Although not truly magnetic, sodium bentonite's unrivaled adsorptive capacity accomplishes a similar goal. But what is adsorption?
  • Adsorption is a process by which positively charged particles of other substances combine with negatively charged particles on the outer surface of the clay molecule.
  • As the clay swells, it begins to separate, growing to many times its original volume. Negative ions form between the layers, which attract positively charged ions (toxins).

Magnetic Clay Bath FAQ

Magnetic Clay™ Bath is safe for drains and septic tanks, provided the clay is properly hydrated. Take care to thoroughly rinse clay residue off any mixing utensils immediately after use.

It is recommended that anyone with a heart condition, high blood pressure, pregnant/breastfeeding women, and anyone taking prescription medications or any medical situation, should postpone the bath and check with your doctor or certified therapist. It may be acceptable to take a clay ‘pack’ instead of the bath or a clay ‘foot bath’, they work more slowly and gently. Visit for more information on use with children.

Magnetic Clay Bath is formulated for external use only.

The aluminum in the clay is a completely inert aluminosilicate, and cannot be broken down by the body; it's what forms the intricate crystal structure of the clay particles.

It is not recommended to use multiple detoxification protocols concurrently to prevent over-taxing the body.