A Comprehensive Guide to Minerals for Your Skin

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A Comprehensive Guide to Minerals for Your Skin
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Minerals have been used for skin care purposes for centuries now, as they play such an important role when it comes to the health of the skin, as well as the rest of the body. From natural sources of minerals to skin care products containing added minerals, this guide will teach you all you need to know about minerals for your skin.

Why Are Minerals so Important?

Every part of your body, from your skin to your teeth to your muscles to your nerves, requires minerals in order to properly function.

While you may have thought that vitamins were more important, your body needs minerals in order to actually make use of vitamins, and can survive longer without vitamins than it can without minerals.

When it comes to your skin…

Each mineral has its own individual role, but all of them are essential for your skin to repair damaged cells and tissue. A deficiency of just one trace mineral could result in a whole variety of different skin problems.

Here are a few of the many other skin benefits that minerals can bring:

  • Skin detoxification
  • Maintain hydration levels
  • All minerals have antioxidant properties, and therefore the same benefits
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Boosts immunity of skin cells, protecting them from infections, DNA damage and diseases
  • Stimulates metabolic processes, such as the production of collagen and elastin
  • Provides nutrition to the skin through osmosis

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Key Minerals for the Skin

There are a number of different minerals that your skin needs in order to thrive, but here are some of the key ones:

  • Zinc protects against environmental stressors and UV radiation, while healing and repairing damaged skin
  • Selenium a powerful antioxidant that can help with oily skin and acne. Also has anti-inflammatory effects that can protect the skin from free radical damage 
  • Copper protects the production of collagen and elastin, while enhancing the function of antioxidants
  • Sulfur helps with oily and sensitive skin while encouraging exfoliation. Also fights bacteria and minimizes pores, preventing any damage that blemishes may have otherwise caused
  • Silica firms and tightens the skin while keeping it looking smooth. A key mineral when it comes to maintaining skin elasticity
  • Magnesium important for maintaining moisture levels in the skin. A magnesium deficiency will accelerate skin aging
  • Manganese supports the production of collagen while helping to fight free radicals
  • Calcium plays an important role in elasticity and firmness of skin

Where do Minerals Come From?

With minerals being so important, you would imagine that the body produces at least some of them.

However, this is not at all the case…

In fact, the body cannot create a single mineral, meaning that all of your mineral requirements need to be met from external sources.

food sources for minerals

The two main sources of minerals are foods and fluids, but, in the Western world, dietary intake of minerals are at an all-time low.


For a number of reasons, but mostly due to commercial farming practices and the fact that the planet’s soil has now been so exhausted and over-used, meaning that it has been depleted of the minerals it once had.

In addition to this, the Western world has adopted a diet that is high in animal protein and low in plant-based foods, which makes mineral intakes drop even further.

However, while consuming minerals may be the most common way to get them into your body, there is another way in which you can do this…

This is through topical application, which basically means applying them to your skin.

Wondering whether this actually works?

Several studies have proven that when minerals are applied topically, in the right form, they are able to penetrate into the skin’s basal layer, and, in some cases, can even be absorbed into the bloodstream.

Skin Care Products Containing Minerals

Many skin care products will be formulated to include a few different minerals, and these are definitely worth looking into if you feel as though your skin could do with some extra help.

Wondering why you cannot just use the minerals on their own, in a pure form?

Because in their simple form, minerals will not be able to properly penetrate the skin.

In order to include them in skin care products, companies must manipulate the minerals in one of various ways:

  • By shrinking the mineral particles to turn them into nanoparticles
  • By using a carrier that can pair with mineral molecules and help them to travel deeper into the skin
  • By converting them into a form that is more bio-available to the skin
  • Dissolving them in a water solution to make them more bio-available

In addition to containing individual minerals, many skin care products will also be formulated with certain plant-based ingredients that are rich in minerals themselves.

Here are a few mineral-dense ingredients to keep an eye out for:

  • Nettle contains four times as much calcium as kale, as well as zinc, magnesium, copper, selenium, potassium and manganese
  • Horsetail has a high silicon content
  • Seaweed marine seaweed contains all 56 minerals and trace elements
  • Pumpkin packed with zinc, magnesium, iron

There are many other botanicals out there that are so rich in minerals, so try to look for products that are formulated with a variety of different ones.

Mineral Sunscreens

A sunscreen is a skin care product that everyone should be using on a daily basis, and these come in two forms; chemical and mineral.

While chemical sunscreens contain chemicals that absorb harmful UV rays, mineral sunscreens contain minerals that reflect UV rays away.

So, what minerals do mineral sunscreens actually contain?

The two most common ones are zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, and both of these provide extremely effective sun protection.

Mineral Make-Up

mineral makeup

Makeup products that have been formulated with minerals, instead of the usual cosmetic ingredients, are becoming increasingly popular.


Because they soothe the skin, are made from natural minerals, and only contain a few ingredients, meaning that they are far less irritating. Mineral makeup products are often recommended for those who suffer from inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and acne, as not only do these products cause less irritation, but they also calm the skin at the same time. 

But how exactly does this work?

Well, specific minerals, such as zinc oxide, iron oxides and titanium dioxide, and broken down into tiny particles, and these are then used to create the makeup products.

You’re probably thinking…

“That sounds amazing! What are the downsides?”

The main downside is the fact that, since they do not contain any binders, the make-up will not last for as long as standard types of make-up, meaning that you will need to touch it up more often. However, if you can deal with this, you will be able to find mineral make-up ranges featuring everything from eyeshadows and lipsticks to bronzers and liquid foundations.

Natural Sources of Topical Minerals

In addition to using skin care products that contain minerals, there are also a few natural sources of topical minerals that you can look in to.

The first is Epsom salts, which are not actually a salt, but are a naturally occurring mineral compound, containing magnesium and sulfate.

Yes, its name is a little confusing…

But this is because magnesium sulfate was first discovered in Epsom, in England, and has a similar appearance to table salt.

While Epsom salts may come branded in a variety of different ways, it is all essentially the same, and can really work wonders on your skin.

All you need to do is dissolve some in hot water, such as in a bath, and then soak in it. When mixed with the warm water, the magnesium and sulfate are much more bio-available to your skin. Your skin will then absorb these essential minerals, replenishing its supply of magnesium and sulfate.

Studies have shown that not only do Epsom salt baths increase magnesium in the skin, but they also raise the levels of magnesium in the blood.

Here are a few other natural mineral baths that could really benefit your skin:

  • Magnesium Chloride provides a longer-lasting supply of magnesium than Epsom salts do
  • Dead Sea Salts these contain an ideal balance of magnesium, potassium and calcium, which can help to repair and protect dry and itchy skin, while soothing conditions such as eczema and psoriasis
  • Himalayan Salts these contain 84 different essential minerals. While the levels of each may not be that high, this is a great all-rounder to give your skin a general boost 

Himalayan salt bath

As mentioned above, the soil is a natural source of minerals, and while you may not necessarily want to apply garden soil to your face, mud and clay are rich in a range of different minerals.

Using mud and clay on the skin is something that has been done since ancient times, and different types will have their own skin benefits.

Here are a few worth trying:

  • Bentonite Clay a great one for oily skin as it soaks up any excess oil, while clearing acne
  • Kaolin Clay available in many colors, each with its own properties. White is the gentlest, making it great for sensitive skin, while red is suited to oily skin. Yellow is still quite gentle, and also exfoliating, while pink is a mixture of white and red, making it a great medium
  • Rhassoul Clay an ancient clay from Morocco, Rhassoul clay is extremely rich in minerals and especially effective at clearing the skin of impurities
  • Dead Sea Mud gentle and healing, Dead Sea Mud is rich in magnesium, sodium, potassium and calcium
  • European Moor Mud an ancient mud rich in thermal minerals. Contains anti-inflammatory properties and can cleanse and heal the skin

European Moor Mud Mask

Now, if you really want to treat your skin…

Why not take a trip to a mineral hot springs?

These rejuvenating pools will contain water that is rich in a variety of different minerals, with the exact one depending on the hot springs that you choose.

Mineral hot springs, as well as mineral baths, can be found all over the world. It is worth doing some research, as you may find that there is a skin-boosting mineral hot springs not too far away from you.

Consuming Minerals

Of course, while the most common foods in the average Western diet may be low in minerals, there are still steps that you can take to get the most out of your food in terms of minerals.

Here are a few tips:

  • Eat more sea vegetables, as they are grown in the sea, which is one of the most mineral-rich environments on the planet
  • Give coconut water a try, as this is rich in two major minerals; sodium and potassium
  • Drink more green juices, as these are so nutrient-dense
  • Start drinking or cooking with bone broth, which is so rich in minerals, especially calcium, zinc, phosphorus and magnesium
  • Use sea salt, which contains calcium, manganese, iron, copper, magnesium and boron, amongst many other trace minerals
  • Eat more fermented foods
  • Eat a varied diet, containing plenty of fresh, whole foods

Minerals are so important when it comes to the health of your skin, and obtaining minerals through the diet is becoming so much harder in the Western world.

In order to ensure that your skin, as well as the rest of your body, is receiving all of the minerals that it needs in order to thrive, try incorporating topical minerals into your daily routine. These will not only directly benefit your skin, but will be absorbed into your bloodstream, therefore having an effect on the rest of your body too.

343 thoughts on “A Comprehensive Guide to Minerals for Your Skin”

  1. Alexandra Reis says:

    Love natural sources.

  2. Debbie P says:

    Thanks for the great infomation about minerals and your skin.

  3. Jeanne Traeger says:

    I learned a lot from this article.

  4. cleo says:

    So much learnt about minerals

  5. Amy S says:

    I can’t wait to try it

  6. Margaret Smith says:

    Very informative into about minerals and the importance of them for our skin. Very interesting.

  7. Susan Highland says:

    Very informative article. Interesting learning about the benefits of minerals for your skin.

  8. Jamie Johnson says:

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  9. Lisa G says:

    Very informative on minerals! I didn’t know I needed so many to help my skin. I sure could use some topical mineral masks and makeup.

  10. Abdelkhalek Jarrou says:


  11. Shirley Stevens says:

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  12. Kathleen Narowski says:

    Interesting and informative read.

  13. I ddin’t realize that make up, suncreen and other facial products should contain minerals in them.

  14. Regina Salas says:

    Very informative. I learned quite a bit of facts regarding minerals, clay, salts, and diets that I never knew that I did not know. I need to make diet and facial needs changes.

  15. Angela C. Adelman says:

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  16. Mirelis R says:

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  17. Cheryl Davies says:

    Very interesting informative article with everything you need to know about minerals and skincare

  18. Wanda Smith says:

    I love DIY facials!

  19. Betty Beck says:


  20. Lisa Ogle says:

    I feel I learned so very useful information thank you.

  21. wen says:

    Thanks for sharing the info of the minerals being used in Orogold skin care products.

  22. mell says:

    I had no idea skin needs so many minerals to look and stay healthy.

  23. paula cheadle says:

    I knew that minerals were good, but did not know all of them and what they did

  24. Christal B says:

    Nice advice!

  25. Arlene Houlroyd says:

    I never realized the difference minerals would make until I saw the results I saw with Orogold. I love the products.

    1. Arlene Houlroyd says:

      Minerals need to be taken internally as well as skin care.

  26. Mary Anne LaRocque-Ouamar says:

    I have been to Morocco about 10 times..stayed as long as 6 months. My husband’s family never introduced this mud to me. I will have to try it next time I go.

  27. Theresa A. says:

    Sounds wonderful, but looks like a complicated process – kind of intimidating.

  28. Tammy holzer says:

    I have tried a lot of this. But I guess not enough I am almost 60 and my skin is not real clear soft.

  29. Jess Leiter says:

    Love the natural minerals!

  30. Diane K. says:

    I thought I was well read as to skincare ingredients but after reading about minerals here, I realize I have so much more to learn. I love that the author made this information so easy to understand and in the future, I now will know what ingredients to look for when buying skincare.

    Diane K.

  31. Bonnie Wemyss says:

    Love the quality of mineral makeup

  32. Gabrielle says:

    This is all excellent advice. I’ve started using some pumpkin-based skincare and I’m pleased to know it will help boost my mineral intake.

  33. Janice Santillo says:

    Interesting article about how we need minerals and how our bodies use them.

  34. Joyce McDaniel says:

    Great information about Minerals. Thank you so much.

  35. Sim Yee says:

    Thanks for letting us know about the importance of mineral to our skin. Good article.

  36. This is an excellent article on minerals. At my age of 70 my thoughts are less is more. I WEAR THE THINNEST VEIL OF FOUNDATION AS POSSIBLE. Most people think I AM 45-50 YEARS OLD. LOL When I was in hospital recently the nurse said to me she had to make sure she had the right patient .She said I looked no where near 70!

  37. Chelle says:

    Awesome product and ingredients! Thanks

  38. Phyllis Skoglund says:

    I want to try mineral sun screens.

  39. Nicole Margrif says:

    Great information, love learning new things about skin

  40. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    This is very good to know.

  41. Alicia Hewitt says:

    I love the high quality ingredients in Orogold products! Orogold products are the only ones that really work for me.

  42. Joey Ridenour says:

    I was AMAZED at that these minerals are FABULOUS at fighting the aging process.

  43. Gloria Luongo says:

    I love this. I find it very interesting.

  44. Paula D says:

    Marine seaweed sounds awesome! What about the minerals found in daily multivitamins for women?

  45. Dee says:

    Interesting reading

  46. Jodie Pagan says:

    Very valuable information!

  47. sophie lapierre says:

    Kaolin clay is a must in those days ! Rhassoul clay is a good one that I know too !

  48. Toni Fiumara says:


  49. Susan Tice says:

    Thanks for this great information.

    1. Debbie Lewandowski says:

      Learned a lot !!!!!

  50. shannon fowler says:

    Wow this really explain so much! I am clueless when it comes to skin care, and I never want to buy anything without knowing why I would buy it. This breaks down so much!

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  52. Rose Joan says:

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  53. Kelly Wilson says:

    Very informative I learned so much reading this!! I want to try the Bentonite mask because my skin is too oily.

  54. belinda bell says:

    I never knew that minerals was important for the skin

  55. Veronica says:

    Very nice products, i used most of them and my skin loves it.

  56. Jennifer P says:

    That is some really good advice on minerals, and some interesting facts I had either forgotten or didn’t know thank you

  57. Anne C says:

    Great article! This is really informative and useful. Thanks for sharing!

  58. Onyinye Elochukwu says:

    This is really appreciated. I’ve learnt so much by reading this post.

  59. Priska A says:

    Really helpful!

  60. Annya Seward says:

    Great product

  61. Anita Singh says:

    Thanks for all important information n guidance , m taking some of these minerals now will sure try to stick on ur instructions

  62. Anita Singh says:

    So important n useful information

  63. Popi T says:

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  64. Sima Chawda-Bell says:

    Would love to try these products

  65. Gail Adams says:

    As a kidney transplant patient, I have a vitamin and mineral deficiency. Always on the lookout for anything that will help me.

  66. Tina Rath says:

    I learned much about the benefits of minerals.

  67. Gisela Barrington says:

    Interesting information, some of it I was aware of and integrate into my beauty routine already.

  68. Darika Narula says:


  69. Rose says:

    Great article – full of information. I would definitely try to use natural minerals in my skincare routine.

  70. William lin says:

    Good information

  71. Linda Davidson says:

    Very informative. I didn’t know about the minerals and what they actually did for your skin.

  72. cara simon says:

    Thank you for sharing why minerals are so important for our skin.

  73. Carolle Wieler says:

    It is nice to be so informed of the health benefits of minerals for the skin. I only knew about zinc! Thank you.

  74. Gabrielly says:

    Love the quality of the makeup.

  75. jana says:

    Very informative article!

  76. Tara T. says:

    I didn’t know all that about minerals. Thanks for all the info. Love your products.

  77. Nancy says:

    Very informative article.

  78. Marlene Zwikelmaier says:

    Great information! Very helpful!

  79. FJP820 says:

    What an informative post! I’ve been paying very close attention to the ingredients in my skincare products these past few years so I’m always interested in articles such as this one.

  80. alicia brandt says:

    good stuff to know

  81. Vivian Rodriguez says:

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  82. KATHY says:

    Great information

  83. Sandy Weinstein says:

    thank you for the information, i use some of the minerals now.

  84. liz kilcher says:

    great info, thanks much!!!

  85. Amber h says:

    Very interesting read

  86. Margaret GALLAGHER says:

    Such a comprehensive guide for care of my skin – my goal will be to look at food stuff i eat

  87. Michael says:

    You can tell because of the way it is.

  88. Helena says:

    Interesting post and tips!
    Thanks for sharing!

  89. StevenTrinidad says:

    So many things to try to improve my skin!

  90. I would love to try the best products available for great skin care.

  91. Jordan Oatway says:

    Very informative and a good read

  92. Angela Mason says:

    Thank you for all this useful information. I will be pinning & passing this along! Happy New Year Everyone!!

  93. Deirdre Tansey says:

    informative… love to try em out

  94. Anna M says:

    Magnesium seems to be very much an essential for so many things .

  95. Viola Christina says:

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  96. Suzanne Bartek says:

    Wish I knew all of this years ago!

  97. Anne S says:

    Learned much about minerals and the skin that I didn’t know. Very informative article. Thank you!

  98. Angelina Viramontes-Sage says:

    I didn’t realize all the wonderful minerals that were put in your products

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  100. Robert Torres says:

    Good information. I didn’t realize how important minerals are to our bodies.

  101. Lane Phillips says:

    As a health nut, I appreciate the information supplied and how well it was presented. I’m saving it for future use. Thanks!

  102. lori laws says:

    This was very informative and educational! I learned a lot from this article! 🙂

  103. Evelyn Frierson says:

    I would love this product, I’m always looking for great skincare products.

  104. Pamela Gard says:

    WOW! definitely educated me in so many beauty areas, and what is bad and what is good for the perfect complexion and your beauty must haves.

  105. Lisa George says:

    Really interesting reading.

  106. Paula L Davis says:

    Thank you so much for sharing all of this wonderful information. It is all very helpful.

  107. sondais says:

    I have a difficult time with so many products due to 1. sensitive skin that reacts to any sort of chemicals – even gentle soap is awful on my skin and 2. I can’t tolerate many smells. No one in my house can wear perfume, scented deodorant, soaps, etc. That’s why I have to try samples of items before I can make a purchase, and when I find something that does a good job I stick with it.

  108. Robert Wright says:

    Good information On Minerals

  109. jackie morris says:

    love learning about health benefits and the makeup that is natural

  110. Brian Lutke says:

    My wife would love Orogold cosmetics!!!

  111. Violet Perkins Phillippo says:

    This is really interesting.

  112. Patricia C says:

    Before reading this, I never really understood why people would use a clay or mud mask. Now I get it, and will give these types of masks a try.

  113. Cindy Peterson says:

    Reminding me that our bodies cannot create minerals, however we do need them.

  114. rose walker says:

    very interesting

  115. Amanda E. says:

    I can only use mineral products, anything with talc makes me break out within hours. I also notice that my facial skin is always brighter and more radiant the better mineral products I use.

  116. yvonne jenkins says:

    I have tried the cheep stuff and it is no good

  117. Laurence Price says:

    This is a great product. My cousin would love it.

  118. JoAnne Hudy says:

    Learned lots of new stuff that I did not realize. Thank you

  119. Sue Ann Valdez says:

    I enjoyed reading this very informative article. So much great information that I had not known about.

  120. ktuck says:

    thank you for sharing!

  121. alice morris says:

    This is educational and liked the graphics as well

  122. Stephen Dell says:

    I need my face vitamins!!

  123. Keina1120 says:

    excellent info

  124. Paula S. says:

    Great article! Very informative. So many things we all should know about minerals, but don’t!

  125. Sharon Harding says:

    Thanks for teaching me all this important information about minerals for my skin!

  126. sally speicher says:

    I have never tried any natural products for my skin…I like the product info and how it is good for the skin but the price does not agree with my pocketbook…

  127. Holly Wright says:

    Thanks for the nice information on skin care.

  128. I had no idea my skin needed so many minerals

  129. Iris Lewars says:

    What a great product! Can’t wait to try it

  130. Donna Durie says:

    I love natural ingredients as I am allergic to chemical scents.

  131. Brenda Goldberg says:

    Great informative blog!

  132. Geri C says:

    This was so interesting. Great article.

  133. Rita Sheppard says:

    I didn’t know that minerals were good for eczema. I will definitely look for them.

  134. Ron Ablang says:

    Can this do something about the bags under my eyes?

    1. Michelle says:

      Hi Ron,

      It may. However, as a skin care company, we are unable to dispense nutritional advice. Research suggests a lack of iron in your body can result in lower oxygen delivery to your cells, which can cause under-eye bags to look more prominent. We suggest contacting your physician to determine the best course of action. If you’re looking for products, the 24K Dark Circle Eye Solution may help.

      Thank you,

  135. christine says:

    Thanks for all the info on these minerals I never knew how important that they were for your body and skin.

  136. Kathy Ri says:

    Very interesting!

  137. JANICE CASH says:

    Very informative, I learned a lot about minerals I didn’t know.

  138. Cynthia C says:

    Thanks for providing the sources of minerals. I’ll try to include more in my diet.

  139. Carol Marshall says:

    I learned a lot about what my skin needs. I love it!

  140. Stephanie Moore says:

    Great information!

  141. Love these tips. I plan on making my own bone broth. Didn’t realize it had so many benefits along with other minerals.

  142. Sheena Batey says:

    I have recently come to love mineral make up so much better for an ageing face.

  143. Margaret Imecs says:

    Awesome tips, thank you for sharing! Always lots to learn.

  144. Jenna F says:

    Love using clay!

  145. Melissa Craig says:

    very interesting and educating article on minerals, I have been using mineral enriched face masks lately, and I can see a difference

  146. Jennylyn Gross says:

    very informative

  147. kathy m says:

    thanks for the information on the minerals in the makeup. It was an interesting education about the foods that contain them and the foods we should eat to help our bodies be their best

  148. Maria Lynn says:

    great information and looks like something i would love to try

  149. Lesley M. says:

    Lot’s of great info. Thanks

  150. William Lewis says:

    very informative article

  151. Emma G says:

    Great tips – thanks for sharing!

  152. Laurie Zaleski says:

    looks amazing

  153. Stacy Ellington says:

    I will definitely try! I already use several of Orogold’s products; can’t wait to add this to the regimen!

  154. Joe Warren says:

    Very informative into about minerals and the importance of them for our skin

  155. scott says:

    orogold is everything. Hope to try those great products.

  156. Linda Fast says:

    Thank you, I learned a lot from this informative article.

  157. daniella solorzano says:

    Great info! I feel like i learned a lot!

  158. lindawwww says:

    Great infomation. Thanks!

  159. Nicole Acuna says:

    Using natural products Is so important to me 🙂

  160. Youssef says:

    I can’t wait to try it

  161. Janice says:

    Thanks for the great information about minerals for your optimal health and skin.

  162. Barbara Fehmel says:

    i need a product like this to treat my old eye, they are dark underneath and saggy at top.

  163. Irina says:

    Great info, would be great for my skin

  164. Mrs Vicki A Ostendorf says:

    Like to try

  165. Tabitha Miller says:

    The mineral information is very informative I learned a lot. I want to try the mask for my oily skin.

  166. Marlene V says:

    I really want to try mineral sunscreen and mineral make-up. Thanks for all the great information.

  167. linda says:

    Wow, great blog. So many interesting facts, I learned a lot of new information!

  168. Kimbre Music says:

    I’v never heard of bentonite clay before, but I have oily skin so I would like to try it. Thanks for the info!

  169. Never heard about horsetail before

  170. irene o'neill says:

    minerals are so overlooked in health today, glad to see their use on a upswing

  171. never realized the importance of minerals. Good to know

  172. meghan nyholt says:

    eek I will try to use sea salt and skip the fruits and veggies less often!

  173. Elizabeth Calligan says:

    I am definitely, going to start eating a diet, which, is rich, in minerals, such as, magnesium and others!

  174. Tammy Liscio says:

    Definitely something I need to try

  175. Graham Ross says:

    What a great and interesting read

  176. Saniyah Maaz says:

    Wow , that was so usefull !

  177. ayoub hafiane says:

    me and my sister absolutely love Orogold

  178. margie morrison says:

    Wow. So many amazing reasons to want to try these unique products.

  179. Sherri says:

    These products look amazing. Would love to try them.

  180. Dora Gonzalez says:

    Very important and usefull information!

  181. Michael Rachal says:

    Good info.

  182. Victoria Scott says:

    It’s so good to know about these products!

  183. Kimberly B. says:

    I’m pretty sure that I’m deficient on some of these minerals.

  184. Candice Frole says:

    So much great information! Thank you for sharing.

  185. Zara H says:

    Thanks for sharing the information about minerals in skincare!

  186. Penny Norman says:

    Wish all of this information was available to me in the 70s. Hopefully its not too late now.

  187. natasha medford says:

    thank you this is very informative i did not know

  188. Terri Wilson says:

    There really isn’t anything better than all natural!

  189. Margarita Viera says:

    Great blog post! Very informative!

  190. Gal Colleen says:

    Minerals along with healthy eating is so important for beautiful skin & good health

  191. Jessica G says:

    What an informative article! Thank you.

  192. Nikolina Vukelic says:

    I really enjoyed reading the entire post, thank you for all the useful tips!

  193. James McFarland says:

    learned something

  194. Emma Walton says:

    This is a really interesting read. I have learned a lot!

  195. Shannon Greathouse says:

    I love using natural products.

  196. Karen Dills says:

    very intrigued with this line of products.

  197. RA Hackett says:

    Would love to get this to get rid of all my wrinkles!

  198. margie morrison says:

    so informative. I cant wait to try this line.

  199. Michelle Loomis says:

    Very informative article!

  200. melissa mc says:

    useful and informative article and will be sharing – ty!

  201. Chue thao says:

    Love the nature of it and I love it too.

  202. Carole Mather says:

    It is amazing how important minerals are for the body.This was very interesting.

  203. Jennifer Hedden says:

    I didn’t know all those minerals were key for our skin. Sulfur as a key mineral for our skin really surprises me. I really appreciate all the information especially on how to get these minerals. Thank you!

  204. Brittany Gilley says:

    thank you for this article

  205. Donna Evans says:

    Love the all natural minerals

  206. Hélène Chiasson says:

    Very informative article about the importance of mineral to our skin.

  207. Karen Rosenick says:

    I knew Minerals is good for your skin. Very important!

  208. Patricia Mormile says:

    Would love to try these products

  209. Susan Cicco says:

    Natural is always better. Thanks for the info.

  210. sur says:

    Wow, so informative. I loved and learnt so much from this blog.

  211. Richard Hicks says:

    Did not realize so many minerals. Interesting info about them

  212. Cassandra D says:

    After work, I like to soak in Epsom salt.

  213. Emma chapman says:

    I love the idea of minerals as it’s like putting the natural earth on our skin! This is brilliant read definitely gets you thinking

  214. Rebecca Smith says:

    I’d love to try this

  215. Erica Apple says:

    Love these products, top notch, looking forwarded to using and sharing to my friends & family!

  216. Colleen Young says:

    I’m a very strict vegetarian so I know a lot about nutrition and minerals. It was very interesting information.

  217. Zelda Gallant says:

    Thank you for the information

  218. Dana Cornell says:

    Thanks for all the useful information. Can’t wait to try some now that I know more about them

  219. Kara Harrison says:

    Thank you soo much for the great information about minerals and your skin!

  220. Heike Herrmann Tross says:

    Very informative!

  221. Teruko Kennedy says:

    Very informative article and I’ve learnt a lot. Also it has helped me to understand what I should eat and drink in order to take good care of my skin. I’m not so sure if this product would really make a big difference on my skin or not though as I’ve tried so many advertised cosmetics in my life. I guess I can try this.

  222. valerie guerrero says:

    Thanks for information

  223. cindy says:

    Ready for a bath!

  224. Erica says:

    Awesome post! Thanks for sharing this great info!

  225. Meredith Jones says:

    Interesting info on how to eat foods with minerals!

  226. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Really useful guide, thanks

  227. Emma Moseley says:

    I learned a lot from this article

  228. Rebeca Romano says:

    Really good and informative article. Interesting learning about the benefits of minerals for our skin. Thank you for sharing it!

  229. SHIRLEY EVANS says:

    very good

  230. Brittany says:

    Love mineral makeup and the natural sunscreen it provides.

  231. Melissa M says:

    I used to use mineral makeup, but didn’t notice any benefits for my skin.

  232. Rabhyia Siddiq says:

    Very informative info!

    Thanks for sharing information!!!

  233. Cathy Couture says:


  234. klavdija says:

    A lot of new informations 😉 great 😉 thanks 🙂

  235. Rajee Pandi says:

    Easy to learn more only in this article

  236. Debbie EDGAR says:

    Great article, I love learning new things.

  237. John Henderson says:

    Very informative on the use of minerals in skin care.

  238. gloria patterson says:

    the body cannot create a single mineral…………….. I did not know this

    Learned so much about minerals and where I can get them

  239. Stéphan Sévigny says:

    It is thanks to these minerals that we can live on this earth

  240. Paul Williams says:

    excellent article

  241. Vero says:

    Good Information

  242. Ahlam Charai says:

    Thanks for this fabulous information

  243. Irina Gnatiuk says:

    Interesting info! Thanks!

  244. Tammy Woodall says:

    Thank you for this great information.

  245. Manda Caines says:

    I’m below 30 but never too young to reverse the aging process. Thanks

  246. Aleksandra Kalicka says:

    so interesting <3

  247. Michelle Sykes says:

    Very informative. I love natural products

  248. Carrie Sapach says:

    Would love to Try

  249. Robert Price says:

    Very interesting

  250. Sucy says:

    Natural is better

  251. Sandra Ruiz says:

    Gracias por la info

  252. Melanie says:

    Interesting article! As a sufferer of an auto-immune system disease my body lacks in minerals. Also anything that helps me looking old is a bonus!

  253. ilaria carraro says:

    i love natural

  254. Brenda Burk says:


  255. Kat Allinson says:

    This was all really interesting, I don’t think I’ve ever thought of my skin needing minerals

  256. Kay L Abbott says:

    Good things to know

  257. Kim Webster says:

    Great read, very informative

  258. Coressa B Clark says:

    Oh what I wouldn’t do to find a mineral hot spring and visit… xoxo from Indiana Adding it to my bucket list.

  259. Susan Stickney says:

    Thanks for the education on minerals!

  260. DianaGeorgianna says:

    So mineral make up is really good for you then?

  261. Tina Sinicki says:

    Love natural products

  262. Ursula Hunt says:

    Great article think I will consider what minerals to use from now on

  263. Diana LaRosa says:

    very interesting article

  264. Kathy Lane says:

    Wow! I just found out a lot of interesting things that I never knew before. I love that I can great skin care from natural products.

  265. Basma46 says:

    Very interesting, thanks !!

  266. Kelly Jones says:

    This post really has me thinking about minerals both for my skin and consumption. I will start with coconut water! 🙂

  267. Francie says:

    The right ingredients in your skincare can leave a great difference. I know switching to extracts and more natural makeup substituted have done amazing things for my skin!

  268. Alyssa M says:

    I didn’t know minerals could be so important to skin health. I’m getting closer to my 40s and am definitely interested in anything that can keep my skin looking healthy. I am going to look into mineral sunblock, since I use that everyday, anyways.

  269. Tamara Burrell says:

    I really need to try sulphur. My skin would benefit so much.

  270. Marci says:

    I learned a lot about minerals. Thanks

  271. Anita Jude says:

    Oh wow nice to know all the info love all the products

  272. Jeanette Leighton says:

    Would love to try these products, I don’t have a skincare routine but I need one

  273. Susan M says:

    When the dermatologist gets done “burning” my face in another month or so, I can’t wait to try your natural products.

  274. Sarah Austin says:

    Love using natural products!

  275. Kelly Hanson says:

    I use mineral powder foundation simply because it’s the best suited to my complexion but it’s great to know it’s doing my skin some good 🙂

  276. ANNETTE FISHER says:


  277. debbie s says:

    a very interesting article. Lots of new info that I didnt know 😉

  278. Stevie says:

    I think diet has a massive impact. I have excess iron which control is important. I like the idea of containing mineral in make up.

  279. tammi nutting says:

    very interesting i love to learn new things

  280. Aubrey Daniels says:

    Great information. Thanks for sharing!

  281. MeMe R says:

    This is such a great article. It has a lot of information in it hat I didn’t know. I wish this stuff was in everyday news, instead of what kim k is wear today etc.

  282. Carol Boffey says:

    Very interesting blog

  283. Deborah Clarke says:

    Very intetesting. I don’t really have a skincare routine and I really should now I’m in my thirties.

  284. Cynthia Bauder says:

    Would love to try something

  285. Toni Sprouse says:

    Some of these were new-to-me and I enjoyed learning the properties of natural ingredients.

  286. Susan C New says:

    Very good information! Thanks!

  287. Sandra Jo Siddall says:

    Wow – I never realised there were so many different minerals! Great read!

  288. Sara Chesters says:

    Love this article I’ve started to incorporating a lot more minerals into my diet recently as they are so imprortant!

  289. Melody Mullin says:

    love seeing the makeup

  290. Dave McCausland says:

    very informative thank you for sharing!

  291. I really need a beauty regimen I am aging so quickly

  292. Karen Usher says:

    Really interesting and informative read. Thank you

  293. Linda Conrath says:

    Wow, I learned a lot here. Thank you!

  294. Virginia Alworth says:

    Good information for skin care

  295. Lawrence Alworth says:

    Great info for skin care

  296. Chanise Kemp says:

    Very informative!

  297. Eileen says:

    I’ll look out for skin care products with minerals!

  298. Gemma Massey says:

    Great info regarding what’s right for your skin the ingredients really do make a difference

  299. Elizabeth Krill says:

    I never knew Epsom salts were named after Epsom, England. So much good information here. I love to use mineral powder on my face.

  300. Taylor says:

    great post and tips on the benefits of the minerals

  301. Kelly Freeman says:

    interesting artilce, thanks for the reminders!

  302. Thank you for the information and tips will be very helpful

  303. Vickie L says:

    Me, all natural all the time. That meaning I use all natural products as much as I can.

  304. Linnzie Pieper says:

    Great info, thank you!

  305. jessie says:

    Thanks for sharing the high quality ingredients in Orogold products. I would love to try Orogold skincare products with minerals.

  306. cheryl crampton says:

    Would love to try

  307. Eileen Boyce says:

    I love these tips and healthy information.

  308. Brandi Chaney says:

    So much wonderful information and a lot I had no idea about thank you

  309. Sher Kurwa says:

    Useful information! Thank you!

  310. AJ T.q says:

    Minerals are important, which is why I draw on my mustache with a #2 lead pencil.

  311. JoKing says:

    Great information. I am currently trying to remove processed foods and increase my intake of whole real foods.

  312. Sally Johnson says:

    Would love to try these products sound amazing.

  313. Wendy malone says:

    I have learned a lot reading this article

  314. Ally N says:

    One of my New Years resolutions was to learn/follow a better/proper skincare routine (I know that sounds like nonsense but it’s true). This article is very helpful!

  315. Jennifer H. says:

    I learned that copper – protects the production of collagen and elastin, while enhancing the function of antioxidants.

  316. Stephanie says:

    Thank you for sharing all these benefits and information about skincare!

  317. Buddy Garrett says:

    The post was very informative. I learned a lot about minerals in cosmetics.

  318. Angie D. says:

    Great tips, good and healthy information.

  319. Tyronda Hayes says:

    Very informative

  320. John H. says:

    I learned that Zinc – protects against environmental stressors and UV radiation, while healing and repairing damaged skin .

  321. Mary Songer says:

    Interesting read. I had no idea there are that many different clays and muds. And that they all have different properties. It’s important for me to educate myself so that I can use the right products for my skin.

  322. Coressa B Clark says:

    What I wouldn’t do to visit a Mineral Hot Spring. On my bucket list now.

  323. Donna Porter says:

    I had no idea how important minerals are for your skin. Very informative article.

  324. Marsha Woodham says:

    Very interesting information, Thank you!

  325. Jean Hansen says:

    My body thanks you.

  326. Carol M says:

    Very informative article, thanks.

  327. Chung says:

    Thanks for the great info. Can’t wait to try it.

  328. Wendi says:

    Great information!

  329. Heaven Kelough says:

    This is very informative. Minerals are so important.

  330. Heather Stacy says:

    Lovely info! Thanks so much for sharing

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