Mineral Infusion Clay Face Mask Powders

£13.99 £18

Indulge yourself in the ultimate pampering spa experience at home with our Clay Face Mask Powders! Made from high-quality natural ingredients, each clay type has its unique properties to target specific skin concerns, leaving skin clean, rejuvenated, refreshed, and balanced.

Choose from our range of Red Clay, Rhassoul Clay - for improving skin texture and tone, Kaolin Clay - for sensitive skin, Yellow Clay, Bentonite Clay - for deep cleansing, Fuller Earth, Pink Clay, and French Green Clay - for oily or acne prone skin, each with unique properties that cater to different skin types and conditions.

Red Clay – Detox tones and conditions

Ghassoul Clay – Detoxifying, Conditioning (Made in Morocco)

Kaolin Clay – Cleansing – Exfoliating

Yellow Clay – Astringent – Exfoliating

Green Clay – Tightens – Refreshes

Pink Clay – Draws out Impurities

Fullers Earth – Refreshes – Rejuvenates

Bentonite Clay – Anti-bacterial – Anti-inflammatory

These ancient remedies have been used for centuries for their medicinal and cosmetic benefits, and today they are still one of the most effective treatments for skin problems. Our Clay Face Mask powders are made of natural ingredients carefully sourced to ensure the best results for you.

Our Clay Face Mask powders are easy to use, simply mix a small amount with water or our Floral Water to create a smooth paste for the ultimate pampering experience. Apply it to your face or body, relax and allow it to stand for 10-15 minutes until the paste dries. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat your skin dry with a soft towel. For even better results, you can add essential oils to the clay mask.

Our Clay Face Mask powders are perfect for pampering sets, as standalone products, or even as part of your daily skincare routine. With their high-quality ingredients, easy-to-use formula, and natural benefits, they are a must-have. We recommend pairing them with our Floral Waters to provide an extra level of hydration and nourishment to your skin. And with the option to add essential oils, our Clay Face Mask powders offer a personalized skincare experience.

Don't miss out on this increasingly popular product!

How to make clay mask

- Mix a small amount of the clay with water or our Floral Water until it forms into a smooth paste.

- Apply the clay mask on the face or body and allow it to stand for about 10 to 15 minutes, or until the paste dries.

- Rinse with lukewarm water and pat the face dry with a soft towel.

- You can even add essential oils to the clay mask for better results.

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Skincare Fun Facts:

  1. Ancient Origins: Skincare dates back thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans used various skincare routines and ingredients, including olive oil, honey, and mud masks.

  2. K-Beauty Craze: South Korea is famous for its innovative skincare products and routines. The Korean beauty industry introduced concepts like the "10-step skincare routine" and sheet masks to the world.

  3. Natural Ingredients: Many skincare products now feature natural ingredients like aloe vera, tea tree oil, and chamomile for their soothing and healing properties.

  4. SPF Awareness: Sunscreen is a crucial part of skincare. Some people have started using SPF-infused clothing to protect their skin from harmful UV rays.

  5. Collagen Craze: Collagen supplements and skincare products are popular for their potential benefits in maintaining skin elasticity and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Face Masks Fun Facts:

  1. Sheet Masks Origin: Sheet masks, a staple of K-beauty, originated in Japan in the late 19th century. They were initially made from silk paper.

  2. Animal Sheet Masks: Some sheet masks come in fun animal face designs, like tigers, pandas, and koalas, making skincare routines playful and enjoyable.

  3. Clay Masks: Clay masks have been used for centuries for their ability to draw out impurities and tighten the skin. Different clays, like kaolin and bentonite, offer various benefits.

  4. DIY Masks: Many people enjoy creating their own DIY face masks at home using ingredients like honey, yogurt, avocado, and oats.

  5. Bubble Masks: Bubble masks, which foam up when applied, have gained popularity for their unique and entertaining experience. They help cleanse and exfoliate the skin.

  6. Gold and Diamond Masks: Luxury skincare brands offer face masks infused with gold and even crushed diamonds, claiming to have rejuvenating and firming effects.

  7. Kelp Masks: Some skincare brands incorporate kelp and algae in their masks for their hydrating and nutrient-rich properties, often found in seaweed-based products.

  8. Biodegradable Masks: As environmental awareness grows, biodegradable and compostable sheet masks have become available as more eco-friendly alternatives.

  9. Multi-Masking: Multi-masking is a trend where different masks are applied to different areas of the face to address specific skincare concerns simultaneously.

  10. Sleep Masks: Overnight or sleep masks are designed to be left on the skin while you sleep. They provide intense hydration and nourishment during the night.

Skincare and face masks are not only about maintaining healthy skin but can also be a fun and indulgent self-care ritual. Whether you prefer a minimalist routine or enjoy experimenting with various products and masks, taking care of your skin can be a rewarding and enjoyable part of your daily routine.

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