One of the most effective clays for acne and blackhead sufferers is Moroccan (Rhassoul) Clay. It combats blackheads and tones the skin while re-balancing dryness and flakiness. Moroccan clay absorbs oils, improves the texture and appearance of the surface of your skin, and is well suited for dry and sensitive skin. It also works to scruffs away dead skin cells and impurities. Mined from Morocco, this clay is rich in minerals such as silica, magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium and sodium.
- Moroccan (Rhassoul) Red Clay: Great for removing blackheads by drying them out and pulling them to the surface, this ingredient also removes oils from pores as it smoothes the skin.
- Lavender Oil: Has profound benefits on your skin because of its antioxidant characteristics. It soothes and nourishes the skin, reduces acne, hydrates dryness, and helps reduce the appearance of dark spots and scars caused by acne.
- Juniper berry Oil: Contains natural purifying abilities, making it one of the most popular natural remedies for soothing skin irritations. It serves as a home remedy for acne. It also has detoxifying properties that protect the skin against acne-causing toxins.
Why We Love It This mask really is a 2-in-1 deal! After applying it to your face and having it dry as a mask, you can remove it by simply adding water! It then becomes an amazing creamy-like cleanser so that you don’t have to deal with pulling your face off - literally. This just adds to the refreshing feeling of the mask so it feels great coming off as it does going on.
How To Use It Take a ceramic bowl and mix a small amount of the mask (about ½ a tbsp.) with about ½ tsp of hydrosol water, milk, or apple cider vinegar until you create a thick paste. Add more liquid if necessary. Apply the paste to a clean face and let dry (10-15 minutes). Remove by rinsing with warm water. Follow with your favorite all-natural toner to balance and hydrate the skin. Finish with your preferred moisturizer or facial serum to restore moisture.
What To Know Masks are an amazing way to tighten up pores and rid the skin of impurities. Facial masks have been around for thousands of years, originating in India. It quickly gained popularity in places like Egypt, China, and Europe due to the refreshing and rejuvenating benefits masks provided.
What Makes It Green Unlike traditional masks that contain synthetic fragrances, dyes, and other manmade harmful chemicals, this mask uses only 7 ingredients, all of which are organic and don’t require a dictionary or thesaurus to read them.
Perfect For Combination, Dry, Maturing Skin Types.