First, put a thin layer of clay directly on the injured area. Let it dry (approximately 20 minutes) and then remove it using gentle circle movements. Repeat the procedure more times a day. It is possible that in the beginning of the treatment, the infection will get worse. Actually, it only appears to be worse, when in fact this is a sign that the wound or the healing area is getting better. Clay has strong powers to absorb harmful substances.
Therefore, we advise you not to interrupt the healing process with clay once you begin it, because clay is very active and sets off chain reactions in the whole body. It is better not to start the clay treatment if you are not certain that you will finish it.