DIY Clay Masks
Mix these Multi Use DIY Clays with a little water to create your own luxurious skin mask or add them to your bath and let your whole body enjoy. Sold as individual tubes or a full set of all 8.
Bentonite Clay: $3.33 Popularly known as "Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay", at least that's how I was first introduced to clays. This clay is powerful! It will literally pull white heads to the surface and if you pour it into a bath it will literally take out the trash that lives on your skin. This is the strongest of all the clays so it's excellent for oily and acne prone skin. If you have dry skin mixing it with oils, honey or colloidal oats will help in keeping moisture in but still letting the clay do its job. You can also pour this into a bath for a full body skin detox.
Kaolin Clay: $3.33 This clay is a more gentle balance of acne fighting and absorbing excess oils while not leaving you with dried out skin. A great choice to start with if you've never used a clay mask. It's also great for your bath. You can also pour this into a bath for a full body experience.
French Pink Clay: $5.55 oh you fancy huh? Yes. This pink clay is widely used in the cosmetic industry due to its refreshing results. It's believed to improve blood circulation and lymph drainage as well as improve a variety of skin ailments. This clay is best for people with sensitive, dry and congested skin. Known to strip you of the excess but leave you with your own natural oils to maintain skin balance. I would recommend adding this to your bath but it's kinda expensive, any of the other clays will do better, save this one for your face.
French Green Clay $4.44 This clay us great for working on superficial layers by removing dead skin cells and giving a toning and tightening effect. It's also a great healing clay and can aid in healing minor cuts, scrapes, superficial burns, insect bites and rashes. Also if your feet stink, or his feet stink, use some of this to clean said feet... your welcome.
Rose Petals Powder: $5.55 Roses will forever and always remind me of Pakistan and a drink called Rooh Afza. Used since forever in South Asia for basically every beauty need. Hair care, anti aging skin care, gentle exfoliating cleanser, bath soak or as an additive to clay masks. A little goes a long way. Get glowing skin gently.
Colloidal Oats: $3.33 This little tube could come in more handy than you think. Yes, you can add this to any clay mask to make it more calming and hydrating but you can also use this to make a paste to soothe bug bites, minor rashes and it's super gentle, even for kids. Great for winter, dry and mature skin.
Tumeric: $3.33 Eat meeeee! And put me all of your face! Great for cooking and great for hyper-pigmented or dull skin. I have a theory about this. I feel like it works best with small amounts consistently, but nothing will help hyperpigmentation without sunscreen (I'm not a professional, just my personal findings). I kinda just always use a little tumeric anytime I make a clay mask because I know it's gentle and works best over time.
Activated Charcoal $3.33: All the hype! So many uses but for face its ideal for acne and oily skin types. Can be used in making DIY tooth cleaner, deodorant, facial cleanser and some people even drink this stuff! Great for pulling out impurities and absorbing it to be rinsed away. A little goes a long way.
Full Sampler Set (8 Clay Tubes): $29