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Easy Clay Mask Making at Home

Easy Homemade Clay Mask Making

Clay mask absorbs the excess oil on your skin, minimizing the oiliness on the skin and the formation of acne and acne spots. It also tightens and cleans the pores, allowing the skin to breathe. Besides these benefits; It helps to remove superficial wrinkles by making a detox effect. Revitalizes skin texture. The firming feature of the clay mask provides a massage effect on the skin muscles, allowing your muscles to relax.

The Benefits of Making a Clay Mask at Home:

  • Instead of going to beauty centers, you can add beauty to your beauty in the comfort of your home, without wasting much time and money.
  • You will have used newly prepared masks that do not contain chemical substances.
  • Most importantly; You will have peace of mind about hygiene.

Steps You Should Follow While Making a Clay Mask:

  • Wash your face with lukewarm water. This process will open your pores and help the clay mask to show its effect.
  • Apply the mask to your cleansed skin.
  • Wait for at least 15 minutes or until the mask is completely dry.
  • Be careful not to make facial expressions after applying the mask. Otherwise, the mask will crack on your face.
  • After your mask is completely dry on your face, wash your face with cold water. Cold water ensures that the open and cleaned pores on your skin are tightened and closed.
  • Use a moisturizer suitable for your skin type.

Clay types you will use in preparing a clay mask;

Green clay:

It cleanses the skin of toxins, shows anti-inflammatory properties, that is, prevents the formation of acne.

White clay:

It relaxes and softens the skin. It can be used for all skin types. It is the most sensitive of clays.

Red clay:

It can be used by people with dry and sensitive skin.

Pink clay:

Used for dull, tired looking skin. It also has very nice cleansing properties.

Bentonite clay and Kaloin clay can be used in mask making. Especially Kalonin clay is very useful for oily and acne-prone skin.

As it is easy to find, you can use the clay, known as “Multani mitti, Fuller’s Earth”, as an alternative to masks.

Let’s move on to the recipes…

  • Clay mask for oily skin: Mix 2 teaspoons of clay, 1 tablespoon of rose water, 1 teaspoon of honey and 2-3 drops of tea tree oil well and apply evenly to your entire skin.
  • Green clay mask for acne-prone skin: Mix half a tablespoon of green clay with 1 tablespoon of rose water. Crush a cucumber slice of about 5 cm and add it to the clay – rose water mixture and apply to your face.
  • Refreshing claymask: Mix 1 tablespoon of pink clay, 2 tablespoons of rose water, 1 drop of neroli oil/orange flower oil well and apply.
  • Anti-aging clay mask: 1 tablespoon of red clay, 2 tablespoons of oatmeal, 3 tablespoons of rose water, 1 drop of neroli (orange flower) oil, 1 drop of rose oil, 1 teaspoon of puree Mix well the mashed avocado or ripe banana and apply.
  • Clay mask for combination and oily skin: Mix 1 tablespoon of clay with 2 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel and apply.
  • Moisturizing clay mask for dry and normal skin: Mix 1 tablespoon of white clay, 1 tablespoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of glycerin.

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