DIY Clay Mask

Knowing I'm a big fan of face masks my housemate bought me a DIY clay face mask powder and little mixing set. All you have to do is mix 2 tsps of the powder with 2 tsps of water and voila; a simple, homemade face mask. As sad as it sounds I was really excited at the thought of trying this out and figured I'd let you know how it worked :)

Apparently you can actually combine the clay with other ingredients to help with different skin concerns… I can see myself in a white lab coat intently creating all manner of magical skin perfecting concoctions (not that I get carried away or anything) but to start with I just went for the standard clay and water mix…
The results were surprisingly good! My skin felt soft, smooth and completely clean but without being tight or uncomfortable. I only kept the mask on for about 10 minutes, by which point it had dried in and started to crack - which has gotta be one of my favourite things about clay masks - then I rinsed it off

Thanks to the dry, clingy texture I had to gently rub this for about a minute before I'd got rid of every last drop but because the texture is ever so slightly grainy it worked like an exfoliator, which just helped smooth my skin even more
After using the mask I applied my usual serum and night cream which was absorbed pretty much straight away. I woke this morning and my skin looked vibrant, felt pretty damn smooth and my makeup went on more easily than usual. I found the whole process strangely satisfying and am already looking forward to using this again! ♥
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