Our Green clay mask is known in cosmetics for its absorbent properties. It plays a role of sponge beauty: it helps absorb excess oil and matify the skin.
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Mask of green clay that you can prepare at home for skin and face
Today, we share with you another very effective natural clay mask.
Among the benefits of our green clay mask:
-It has the ability to absorb excess sebum, so it is very effective for oily skin.
- Rich in numerous mineral oxides, magnesium, calcium, potassium, dolomite, silica, manganese, phosphorus, silicon, copper and selenium.
- It also contains decomposed vegetable matter and volcanic ash. This amazing clay sucks and absorbs all impurities from the skin and contributes to the natural healing process.
-It tightens the pores of the skin, tones the skin, exfoliates and reduces inflammation of the skin.
- It is also claimed to have anti-bacterial properties that help in the treatment of acne and pimples.
- It even stimulates the rejuvenation of the skin by accelerating the creation of new skin cells.
Where to apply it and how often?
Be sure to apply it to the cheek, forehead, nose and chin areas, being careful not to touch them through the eyes and lips. People with oily skin can use this mask 2-3 times a week.
Can green clay irritate the face?
No, the green clay mask does not pose any skin problem. In fact, it is used to treat acne. Use a clay mask with mineral water. Do not use it with milk as it may cause skin problems. In addition, the texture of the clay mask is impermeable and if you rub it too much on the skin, it can cause redness.
Can men apply a clay facial mask?
Yes, because men should also regulate the excessive production of skin oil and keep skin pores unobstructed. The two main features of a clay mask are deep cleansing and detoxification. They are therefore beneficial for both women and men. Men can use a clay mask once a week, after shaving but before toning their skin.