Blush Clay Mask
Give your complexion a makeover with Blush Clay Mask - A delicate, moisturizing, and skin softening clay mask suited for all skin types.
We love powder clay masks because they are so customizable. Add in water, milk, yogurt, tea, your favorite oil, aloe gel - the options are endless, and the facial can be a bit different each time if you'd like - which is awesome.
Our clay masks do not contain any fillers and are 100% natural, for a truly pure and effective facial. Because you add in the water, the mask is super fresh every time you use it. There is also no need for a preservative since they are in powder form.
Clay draws out impurities and toxins from your pores, and has been used in beauty treatments since ancient times. We think it's pretty amazing that it's possible to restore our skin using only the natural elements of the earth.
French Pink Clay is known for its ability to gently exfoliate and polish skin. It draws impurities from the skin, reducing the appearance of pores and puffiness over time. It is also great for improving elasticity and cell renewal.
Colloidal Oatmeal works to even out the skin tone by soothing and calming redness and irritation. It is the ingredient responsible for making this mask extra creamy, and also for that super amazing "I can't stop touching my skin" feeling you get after.
Ylang Ylang aka "flowers of flowers" has major anti-inflammatory properties that work to reduce inflammation, and is also full of antioxidants that fight signs of aging.
Banana is known as "natures botox" and is full of potassium and vitamin C and E, all of which promote youthful, glowing skin. It is also rich in powerful antioxidants that leave skin feeling nourished and revitalized.
Ingredients: Kaolin Clay, French Pink Clay, Colloidal Oatmeal, Arrowroot (Maranta Arundinacea Root) Powder*, Banana Fruit (Musa Sapientum), Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia) Oil*, Ylang Ylang (Cananga Odorata) Oil*, Moroccan Rose (Rosa Centifolia) Oil
We love powder clay masks because they are totally customizable, which is why there is no "correct" mixing formula. We recommend that you scoop out about a tablespoon of powder into a non-metal bowl, and add water or other liquid component a little bit at a time until desired consistency is reached. Like the mask to be thicker and creamier? Add less water. Allow to dry and rinse.
*We love how much of a difference it makes when we open our pores with a warm wet cloth before the mask, and close pores with a cool towel or splash of cold water after.
We find the best way to mix the formula is to shake the bowl after you add the liquid component, and before you stir with a spoon. Almost like a "sifting" motion. This allows for the clay to start absorbing water, and makes it easier to tell if you would like to add more of your liquid or not. You can always add more powder if it becomes too watery.
*When mixing the liquid component and clay, always be sure to use non-metal spoons and bowls. This is because metal reacts with the clay and decreases its effectiveness. The negatively charged ions that are present in clay will become neutralized by the positive ions in the metal.
Once liquid has been added, it can be refrigerated for up to 1 week.