Glow Face Mask
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Packaging: 2oz glass jar
Ingredients: Rose (Kaolin) Clay, Moroccan Red Clay, Bentonite Clay
- Removes dirt and oil from pores gently without stripping the skin. This can help pores appear smaller.
- Contains silica to boost skin cell regeneration and elasticity.
- Brightens skin by gently exfoliating to remove dead skin cells.
- Had copper to promote collagen and elastin production.
- Improve skin tone.
- Balances oils and sebum production.
- Improves circulation.
How to use: When needed, okay for daily use. First, gently cleanse skin and pat it dry. Then...
- Apply. Use your fingers or a face mask brush to spread a thin layer of clay to the desired area. For example, if you have an oily T-zone, you might consider applying the mask on your forehead, nose, and chin.
- Let it sit. Wait 10 to 15 minutes.
- Remove and dry. Once the mask is dry to the touch and feels tight, gently rinse it off. Don’t use a towel to aggressively wipe it off, as this could cause irritation.
This is a mild kaolin clay that is excellent for normal to dry skin to gently cleanse and exfoliate the skin. Rose Kaolin clay will also improve the skin's circulation. Rose clay is a great general purpose medium weight clay that is used primarily for its lovely rose color, but also increases silkiness, slip and absorbency to soaps and personal care products.
MOROCCAN RED CLAY:
Moroccan Red Clay has been used for centuries to beautify & refresh when used as a facial mask. This clay is a strong cleansing clay that will draw excess oils from the skin, and stimulate circulation to the skin.
Moroccan clay powder has a mild abrasive texture which helps to scrub off dead skin cells when mixed in with water or oil to form a gritty paste. This will leave you skin feeling silky smooth and soft, and those flaky dead skin cells will be no more.
Scientists believe that bentonite clay works by adsorbing oils and dirt from the skin.
The theory is that bentonite clay adsorbs materials by sticking to their molecules or ions. As the clay leaves the body, it takes the toxin or other molecules with it.
When a person uses it on the skin, bentonite clay may have the power to adsorb oils and bacteria. When they consume the clay, it may adsorb toxins or other unwanted substances from the digestive tract.
Bentonite clay forms from volcanic ash. It gets its name from Fort Benton in Wyoming, where it occurs in large amounts. People can also find this clay in other places where volcanic ash has settled into the ground. Montmorillonite clay, named after Montmorillon in France, is the same type of clay.