It took a little trial and error for me to find a clay mask that was gentle enough for my skin. Clays like rhassoul and bentonite are known for their powerful ability to draw impurities and excess oil from your pores. They work like a charm on oily skin, but what if you have dry skin and there isn’t a ton of excess oil? Then, some clays can be a little too strong and leave your skin feeling rather tight and dry. Enter: Rose Clay.
Rose clay is one of the gentlest clays. It’s suitable for dry, sensitive and mature skin. But don’t be fooled by it’s mildness. Rose clay is a powerhouse when it comes to skin benefits: it purifies, cleanses and exfoliates, but it can also help with hyper-pigmentation and irritated skin.
I combined rose clay with nourishing coconut milk powder in this face mask, because I love how soft and moisturized it makes my skin feel. Coconut milk is a great skin food: it contains many beneficial vitamins and minerals as well as unsaturated fatty acids. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties and it can brighten your complexion and tighten your pores.
When I tried this mask for the first time I couldn’t stop touching my face afterwards. I couldn’t believe how soft it felt. So, just be warned 😉
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Here’s how you make this easy rose clay and coconut face mask:
What you’ll need:
- Bowl for mixing
- Fine mesh sifter
- Container with a lid
Recipe (makes about 16 face masks):
- Sift the coconut milk powder through a fine sifter
- Combine coconut milk powder and rose clay
- Store it in an air tight container
When you’re ready to use the mask:
- Mix 1 Tbsp of the dry mask with 2 tsp of water
- Whisk until you have a thick paste
- Spread evenly over your face AND neck (leave out the eye area)
- Let the mask dry for 15 -20 min
- Gently wash the mask off with lukewarm water
- Pat your face dry with a towel
Want more recipes with coconut milk powder? Try:
Until next time. Happy Tinkering!