DIY Indian Healing Clay Face Mask

Self proclaimed maskaholic here, and really, what better way is there to pamper your skin than masking?! This DIY mask contains a powerful combination of 100% Pure Indian Healing Clay, purified water and a lemon essential oil and will give you the full spa-experience right at home.

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Ingredients & Ratios:

1 tbsp Pure Indian Healing Clay

3 tbsp purified water

3 drops of lemon essential oil

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Indian Healing Clay (sodium bentonite) is incredibly powerful and will detox your skin, fight wrinkles while completely rejuvenating your complexion. I love using a clay based mask because it really draws out every ounce of excess oil and leaves my skin feeling so clean and renewed. I also like to add a few drops of pure lemon essential oil to my DIY mask. Lemon essential oil is a great disinfectant and antiseptic cleanser and adds a pop of freshness, I’m a sucker for skincare that smells good! As someone with oily-prone skin, only the tiniest amount of is needed, I usually dilute 3 drops or so into purified water and then mix it in with the clay. It has a thick consistency and dries down within 20 minutes or so.

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La Lune Naturals uses only natural and organic ingredients so you can rest assured you’re not slathering loads of chemicals onto your skin. I prefer to use this mask once a week to clean out my pores and the Indian Healing Clay is also a nice addition to a hot bath to fully detox. What are your favorite DIY masks?!

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FYI ** As always, my reviews are not paid and are based on my own opinion, personal use and results.

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2 thoughts on “DIY Indian Healing Clay Face Mask

  1. I heard using the Indian Healing Clay with raw apple cider vinegar is better. Probably because of the added skincare benefits. I also never thought about putting lemon essential oil in the mask. I’m going to have to get some and try it. Thanks for the tip!

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