Clay masks are a great way to pull out toxins and improve the overall appearance of your skin. Say hello to that natural glow and even complexion!
All of our clay masks work hard to unclog your pores, pull out dirt and impurities, absorb excess oils, and remove the build-up of dead skin cells. By using a mask on a regular basis, it can help you get even better performance from your other skin products that tone and hydrate.
Our clay masks come in powder form to increase their shelf life and make it versatile for spot treatments and having your favorite consistency.
The ingredients in this mask are masters of unclogging pores and pulling out toxins in your skin. Removing them and adding in the extra benefits of Alfalfa and Lavender means smoother and nourished skin
Bentonite Clay: Rich in magnesium and a unique sponge-like structure once hydrated that pulls out toxins! It's electrical and molecular components change and produce electrical charges, causing it to swell and become like a porous open sponge. This structure allows it to soak up bacteria and debris from the follicle wall through an electrical attraction.
Zeolite Green Clay: Absorbs toxins and is a high source of calcium which helps with repairing skin and slowing down the aging process. Alfalfa Powder: Full of vitamins and essential amino acids your skin needs like vitamins A, B1, B6, B12, C, E, K, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, and folic acid.
Lavender Essential Oil: Great for absorbing surface oils and toxins, reducing the appearance of scars for an even complexion, and of course providing a nice scent!
Bentonite Clay, Zeolite Green Clay, Medicago sativa (Organic Alfalfa Powder), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Essential Oil
- Paraben Free
- GMO Free
- Soy Free
- Cruelty Free
- Made in the USA
Avoid your lip and eye area and do not leave the mask on for longer than 15 minutes.
How often can I use a clay mask?
Depending on your skin type 1-2x week. If you use it more frequently, don’t let it completely dry on your face.
What happens if I leave the clay mask on too long?
The clay will dry out your skin and cause redness. Make sure to wash the mask off before it gets flaky.
Do clay masks exfoliate?
Mud masks exfoliate by tightening as they dry, allowing dead skin cells to stick to the surface of the mask. The dead skin is then washed or wiped away upon removal of the mask.
What should I put on after using a clay mask?
Moisturizing after using a clay mask is important! Clays absorb excess oils, so using a moisturizer like a face oil is great for restoring some of the healthy oils your skin needs
I can’t decide which is my favorite, this one or the Dead Sea one. I honestly go back and forth. I love the creamy texture of the mask on my face. It leaves my skin so soft and my pours are noticeable smaller. No joke I want to put this all over my body. Treat yo self and buy both mask!
This clay mask is perfect for my sensitive, oily skin. It’s easy to mix with water and spread on my face. Most of all, it feels so wonderfully cool on the skin. I like that the clay doesn’t completely dry and crack on my face. It’s a bit difficult to rinse off, but the Hemp & Organic Cotton Washcloths are perfect for that. After I’ve rinsed and dried my face, it feels incredible; smooth, soft and clear. I top it off with the Blue Tansy Face Oil. I highly recommend this clay mask.