Why use a clay mask and how does it work?
When applying a clay mask, you’re treating your skin to a genuine RE-MINERALIZING & REGENERATING care; clay works wonders for the skin.
CLAY COLORS: RED, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE, WHITE…
Clay is a mineral component that is found almost everywhere in the world. The color of clay is directly linked to the amount of iron it contains and its degree of oxidation. The more oxidized the iron, the redder, orangish, or yellower the clay will be. Conversely, less oxidation results in a bluer, greener, or whiter hue.
All clays share the properties of being ABSORBENT, CLEANSING, and RE-MINERALIZING. Anyone can use clay; only the application method varies. They effectively capture and unclog numerous impurities and toxins accumulated in the skin, making them an excellent DETOX ALLY for asphyxiated, damaged, tired, or dull skin.
For dry, delicate, or sensitive skin, the mask should be thicker, and the application time shorter.
It’s IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT CLAY SHOULD NEVER DRY ON YOUR SKIN. As it dries, it absorbs the natural sebum on the skin’s surface, leading to dryness and dehydration.