How To Make Bentonite Clay Mask At Home?

Bentonite Clay Face MaskIs your skin excessively oily or prone to acne breakouts? Or if your skin is sagging, has got wrinkles, gaping wide pores, etc.? This is the mask for you, whatever your skin type may be? However, for dry skin make sure to use moisturizer after using bentonite clay face mask.

This is one of the best facemasks, easy to make & use.

Why Should You Use Bentonite Clay?

This amazing clay has tons of benefits for the skin:

(i) While unclogging pores, it helps to shrink them. So, it firms up your skin.

(ii) Controls excessive production of oil, which is the prime cause for the occurrence of acne, whiteheads & blackheads.

(iii) Pulls out & eliminates toxins like heavy metals from deep inside the skin because of its potent negative electric charge.

(iv) Contains silicia, a trace mineral, which helps make your skin soft.

(v) Helps get rid of dead skin cells, pollutants, impurities & provide glow to your skin.

(vi) Decreases redness, inflammation & acne scarring.

(vii) Can be used for all skin types & has no side effects. However, for dry skin make sure to use moisturizer after using bentonite clay face mask.

(viii) While fighting infection & bacteria, its healing properties help fade out fine lines & wrinkles.

(ix) Helps make your skin even toned.

How To Make Bentonite Clay Mask At Home?

You will need:

Only one natural ingredient & some water.

(i) Bentonite clay: 1 cup (250 grams)

(ii) Water: 2 cups

Clay:Water in 1:2 ratio.

Method

Soak the clay in water for at least thirty minutes, and then mix them well to get a uniform consistency, smooth paste. Store the paste in a sterilized container for up to 6 months.

Useful Related Post: Best DIY Bentonite Clay Facemask Recipes

How To Use The Mask?

Apply the mask (paste) all over your face, excluding eye area & lips. Let it dry out and then wash it off. Use your favorite moisturizer.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Can we mix this clay with something else besides water (such as rose water) and still store it for up to six months? What do you recommend? I always make smaller batches.

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