Loose Clay Masks 25g

Illuminating Loose Clay Mask
Loose Clay Mask Trio
Model wearing Calming Loose Clay Mask
Illuminating Loose Clay Mask
Illuminating Loose Clay Mask
Calming Loose Clay Mask
Calming Loose Clay Mask
Purifying Loose Clay Mask
Purifying Loose Clay Mask
Illuminating, Calming + Purifying Loose Clay Mask

Loose Clay Masks 25g

Treat your skin with a little TLC each week with our DYI Loose Clay Masks, formulated to draw out toxins and remove dead skin cells.

"Brightening clay mask. Love the softness of this clay mask so gentle on my ageing skin. Would recommend it." Lillian

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  • Rejuvenate and refresh your skin
  • Draw out excess oils and dirt
  • Gently exfoliate your skin

Clay masks not only help rejuvenate the skin, they also draw out any excess oil and dirt leaving your skin fully refreshed. If you can, try to set some time aside twice a week for a mask and your skin will love you for it.

Illuminating 

Brighten dull and tired skin with our Illuminating Mask. With the addition of Lemon Peel and Hibiscus Extract this mask is high in Vitamin C and natural acids, and will brighten your skin, resulting in a vibrant complexion.

Calming

Relieve irritated skin with our Calming Mask. With the addition of French Pink Clay and Colloidal Oatmeal this gentle mask will leave your skin feeling deeply cleansed, resulting in a fresh complexion.

Purifying

Detox congested skin with our Purifying Mask. With the addition of Nettle Leaf, Aloe Vera and Kakadu Plum this mask will leave your skin feeling deeply cleansed, resulting in a fresh complexion.

The bonus of powdered masks like ours, is there are a couple of tricks you can do to make it more suited to your skin type or simply to give the mask an added boost.⠀Check out the Pro Tips tab below.⠀

* Colours may vary slightly due to clay batch variations.

    Illuminating - Kaolin, Illite, Zeolite, Citrus limon Powder, Tapioca Starch, Santalum spicatum Oil, Tocopherol, Xanthan Gum, Lecithin, Sclerotium Gum, Pullulan, Macadamia integrifolia Oil and Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Extract.

    Calming - Kaolin, Colloidal Oatmeal, Illite, Bisabolol, Tapioca Starch, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Ginger Root Extract, Acacia Senegal Gum, Xanthan Gum, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Oil.

    Purifying - Montmorillonite, Moroccan Lava Clay, Kaolin, Urtica dioica Powder, Tapioca Starch, Citrus paradisi Oil, Tocopherol, Acacia Senegal Gum, Xanthan Gum, Jojoba Oil, Terminalia Ferdinandiana Fruit Extract and Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder.

    Scoop out 1 teaspoon of dried mask mix and place into a bowl and add 1 teaspoon of water mixing in well. If needed add very small amounts of water or clay to get a smooth consistency.

    Apply to face using either a brush or your fingers avoiding the mouth and eye areas. Wait 10 minutes or until the mask has dried and rinse off with warm water.

    Don't use metal utensils when working with and mixing your clay. The metal reacts to the clay, reducing some of its clarifying properties.

    For best results use a clay mask 1-2 times a week after exfoliating.

    Acne/combination skin - add a teaspoon of honey to the mix. Best to use unprocessed honey if you can - Manuka or Jarrah are great.⠀If you have dry skin add a little Jojoba oil too.

    Dry/mature skin – if you find clay masks are too drying all you need to do is add equal parts water and oil like olive, rosehip, avocado or whatever you have on hand or straight oil if you are really dry.

    Sensitive skin – just stick to mixing the clay with water and once you are ready to wash it off, wet your fingers and gently massage the damp clay into your skin for a super gentle exfoliating treatment.⠀

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    Lillian Cusack
    Brightening clay mask

    Love the softness of this clay mask so gentle on my ageing skin
    Would recommend it 👏

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