beauty · skincare

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.


Ingredients & Ratios:

1 tbsp Pure Indian Healing Clay

3 tbsp purified water

3 drops of lemon essential oil


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.


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?!


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

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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