Face masks with clay

I recommend natural face masks to the detriment of those in the store because they have much better results if you know how to do them. I often make masks based on clay or fruit, but avoid lemon.  Lemon juice is actually bad for you because is highly acidic and it can cause permanent damage to your skin, potentially causing hyperpigmentation, skin irritation and sensitivity to the sun.

Disinfectant mask (for oily skin). Mix two teaspoons of green clay powder with some mineral water until you get an honest paste. Apply the face with a stick avoiding the eye area. Leave the paste to dry out, about 20 minutes after which it rinses well. This one is the one I use the most. My skin is improved and my face is shine free longer.

Toning Mask (for dry skin). Squeeze an avocado to get three tablespoons of juice, add two tablespoons of white clay or pink powder. Apply mask on face, let it act for 15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly.

Pure mask (for combination skin). Mix an egg yolk, a spoonful of white powder and a spoonful of white cheese. Apply the paste on the face, leave it for twenty minutes, then rinse with plenty of water.

Purifying mask (for oily skin). In a bowl, mix three spoonfuls of green powder clay with three teaspoons of peanut oil. Add some mineral water to get a homogeneous paste. Apply this composition on the face, let it act for 20 minutes and then rinse.

Revitalizing mask (for dry skin). Pass the blender (squeezer) two or three carrots until you get two tablespoons of juice that you mix with four teaspoons of white clay, powder. If the mixture is too dry, add carrot juice. Apply this mask on the face, let it act for 15 minutes and rinse well.

 

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