Since ancient times (and in different parts of the world), clay masks have been part of women's beauty routines. Because they are a mineral for the skin and can provide amazing results at a low price. The truth is that there are several types and not all offer the same benefits, but to avoid the difficulty of finding the right one for you.
Pink clay is actually a mixture of white clay and can be found naturally or on the market in over-the-counter products, making it the perfect mix for making useful face masks.
When mixing pink clay with other ingredients such as oil, remember that the ideal is to do it in a non-metallic bowl and always use a tool such as a wooden or silicone spoon or ladle to mix the product.
It is a detoxifying and purifying mask. Removes impurities and gently exfoliates to improve skin texture and increase radiance. Rose extract has soothing and healing properties for the skin. Suitable for all skin types.
Immerse the applicator in the container and extract the required amount. Apply evenly to cleansed face, avoiding eyes and lips. Wait 10-15 minutes or until the mask begins to set. Remove the skin in a circular motion with water. Use twice a week or as needed.
For dry, dull skin, pink clay works best because it is rich in silicon, which brightens, hydrates, and softens skin. In fact, many consider it the best.
Don't forget to try our Ellixi Face Mask Machine
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