DIY Nutrient Rich Clay Face Mask Recipes

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DIY Nutrient Rich Homemade Clay Face Mask Recipes with Green Tea and Honey Powders

Put forward a fresh face and fight those harsh winter elements by giving your skin a healthy dose of nutrient rich, detoxifying face food! These all natural clay mask recipes are extremely easy to create. Made with ingredients skin loves like green tea powder, honey powder, and french green clay, these handmade face masks will not only help to minimize pores, but will also keep it looking clear and healthy. Just mix one Tablespoon of the mask of your choice with one to two Tablespoons of water, milk or even aloe vera (to suit) then smooth onto a clean, dry face. Once the mask dries gently wash off with warm water and pat dry.

Natural Soothing and Nutrient Rich Clay Mask Recipe for All Skin Types

Natural Clay Mask Recipe for the Masses

(Suited for normal, combination, dry & sensitive skin)

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Ingredients:

.5 oz. Morrocan Red Rhassoul Clay
.15 oz. rosehips powder
.15 oz. green tea powder
.25 oz. honey powder
.25 oz. coconut milk powder
.5 oz. Kaolin (White Cosmetic) Clay

Instructions:

Weigh out all ingredients using a digital kitchen scale and combine in a large glass bowl. Whisk well with a fork to remove all clumps and incorporate thoroughly then package in a 4 oz. container of your choice.

If you have oily or acne prone skin, try subbing the Kaolin clay with Bentonite clay. Or add a small amount of thyme powder.

Beauty DIY - Homemade Clay Face Mask Recipes for Every Skin Type

Soothing Antioxidant Clay Face Mask Recipe

(Perfectly pleasing for all skin types)

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1 oz. French green clay
.5 oz. green tea powder
.25 oz. honey powder
.25 oz. aloe powder
.25 oz. carrot powder

Instructions:

Weigh out all ingredients using a digital kitchen scale and combine in a large glass bowl. Whisk well with a fork to remove all clumps and incorporate thoroughly then package in a 4 oz. container of your choice.

For oily or acne prone skin, try substituting the French green clay with Sea clay (also known as Dead Sea Mud.)

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Comments

  1. Hi, how long will these products last once packaged? Is it the same for body butter, etc?