Step-by-Step Dry Face Mask Application


Place 1 teaspoons of the mask powder to a bamboo, wooden or glass bowl. 

Add 2 teaspoons of a wetting ingredient of your choice . e.g. water, fruit and vegetable pulps (excluding citrus), dairy products, honey or floral waters*.

*To ensure the overall pH of the final product is appropriate vinegar should not be used.

Mix thoroughly all ingredients until smooth with a wooden spoon and combine them into a homogeneous paste.

Add more wetting ingredients or clay to get a smooth consistency if needed.



Clean your skin to remove makeup and debris.

Steam your skin with a hot, damp towel to open pores.

Using a face mask brush/spatula, apply the mask liberally over a cleansed face and neck, avoiding the eyes.

Leave the mask on for 5 - 10 min max, being mindful of the 3 phases of a clay mask.



Phase 1: Clay mask feeds your skin important ingredients.

Phase 2: Clay mask begins to tighten, which draws out impurities in the skin and increases blood flow.

Phase 3: Clay mask dries out. (AVOID THIS PHASE) When the mask dries completely, it strips your skin of good nutrients and oils, causes redness and irritation, and dries out the skin.



Steam mask with a hot damp towel again to loosen up the clay mask and then wipe away the remaining mask with the towel.

Rinse it off, and use your favourite toner and moisturiser to finish.

Enjoy your beautiful, smooth, glowing skin.



Our dry masks ensure a longer shelf life without the use of harsh synthetic preservatives. So please use clean dry hands or clean utensils when scooping your desired amount of clay from the container for use.

Avoid mixing your mask with metal tools or in metal bowls. Some types of clay can react to metal, and this will reduce the clay's purifying properties.

The product is intended for use as a face mask for topical application. For external use only.

Avoid direct eye contact. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.

Product to be mixed immediately before use. Mixed product is not to be stored.

Caution should be exercised as clay may stain fabric.

Disclaimer: Our content does not constitute a dermatologist or medical advice. The information provided is for educational purposes only.



Love & Joy


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