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Two clays mask

For all skin types

We all want the best for our skin, the best formulation, the best ingredients, the best brand!

Some products needs to be preserved in order to keep them for a long time, so it is sometimes better to make your own for immediate use if you prefer to avoid adding a chemical preservative.

This mask recipe with two clays is suitable for drier and more delicate skin as well as for oily or more mature skin.

A clay face mask is usually done once a week. Drier skin will require less frequent use and hydration afterwards.

Handle clays with wooden, ceramic or plastic utensils, avoid metal so as not to modify the properties.

Properties of the selected ingredients:

White clay

Ideal for purifying and sanitizing the driest skin types, white clay is so soft that it is equally suitable for more delicate and mature skin types.

Rich in silica, it helps reveal the radiance of your skin.

Pink clay

Particularly soothing and healing, pink clay gently purifies sensitive and fragile skin and restores radiance to dull complexions. Recommended to soothe your skin and promote blood circulation.

Jojoba oil

Soothes and softens sensitive skin, hydrates dry skin and regulates sebum in oily skin. Calming redness and irritation, jojoba oil protects the skin of your face from external aggressions. Finally, it is an excellent anti-aging agent, reducing wrinkles and redensifying the dermal tissue.

Damask rose hydrosol

It is also very suitable for dry and sensitive skin with its softening characteristics. Purifying and astringent, it is also very popular with oily skin and more mature skin thanks to its anti-wrinkle and firming properties.

Lavender essential oil

This oil contains so many benefits that it deserves a second blog! We chose it here for its anti-bacterial, regenerative and soothing powers. Lavender helps relax facial features and is ideal for mature or stressed skin.

Recipe - Mask with two clays:

1 tsp (5 g) White Clay

1 tsp (5 g) Pink Clay

10 drops Jojoba oil

If you find the mixture too thick, add a little water until you get the texture you want.

Apply the mask to the face, avoiding the eye area and mouth, and let sit for about 15 minutes.

Spray with water or a hydrosol from time to time to keep your mask moist. Leaving your mask to dry on your skin can cause dryness and redness, so it is advisable to keep it moistened until rinsing.

Rinse first with warm water to open the pores of the skin and cleanse thoroughly, then with cold water to close them. Moisturize your skin with lotion as needed.

Your skin is now like bran new!