My Kaolin Clay Face Mask Kit is the perfect self-care gift, especially to yourself! It's super easy to use and contains all the necessary tools to make your mask experience simple and enjoyable. Plus, it's not messy!
In my opinion, Kaolin Clay is the best clay you can use for a face mask. It's not only super gentle and works great with all skin types but it helps to remove toxins, reduce acne, prevent breakouts, and is ever so slightly exfoliating.
It's safe for people with rosacea, eczema, and other skin problems that negatively impact your complexion. It also helps to restore your skin's natural pH balance!
Since Kaolin Clay is a mineral and contains high levels of Keratin, it also aids in the production of Collagen and Elastin. Say goodbye to those wrinkles and fine lines! It can also be effective in reducing age spots!
After using your mask, you'll notice your skin feels much more soft while looking brighter and healthier.
Includes a 2oz Jar of Kaolin Clay, Measuring Spoon, Mixing Bowl, Application Brush, Hair Band, and Kit Bag. Just mix 1 spoonful with warm water (personally, I use distilled but that's not necessary), paint the mixture onto your face, let it sit about 15 minutes to dry, and then wash it off. Follow up with your favorite moisturizer. I like to apply my mask 15 minutes before jumping into the shower to make washing it off even easier.
Each kit contains enough clay for many masks. However, once your clay runs out, simply buy a refill (save your jar!).
Why Do I Have to Mix this Myself? After researching many ways to package my Kaolin Clay Masks, there was no real option other than to add chemicals if I pre-mix the mask for you. Once I do that, it greatly shortens its shelf life.
Companies love this because not only can they stretch out their natural ingredient by adding water weight and cheap chemicals to their jars, they can also shorten the shelf life of your product which means you have to buy more, more often.
In an effort to ensure my products stay natural and provide you with the absolute best experience, I opted to teach you how to make your own mask instead! Have a pre-mixed clay mask in your cabinet right now? Do yourself a favor and toss it.