top of page

CLAY

Updated: Apr 26, 2021

Your How-To Guide



Wash your face with warm water and a gentle cleanser. This gives the mask a clean start, allowing for better penetration. If you like, you can even begin with an herbal steam facial, to really cleanse and open your pores. Pat dry.


After cleansing, when skin is still slightly damp, apply a hydrating toner. Toners can be used as a priming mist that sets the stage for ultimate benefits.



Add about a tablespoon or two of clay in a glass, wooden or plastic bowl. Add enough water to make a paste. Blend using a plastic or wooden utensil. The mixture should be just thick enough to spread.



Also consider replacing water with other liquid ingredients, such as milk, yogurt, hydrosols or floral waters. Adding a few drops of oil coconut, almond, rosehip or grapeseed oil. Lavender to cleanse and inspire relaxation, peppermint to cool and refresh, honey or lemon.



Apply the paste with brush or fingertips, cover face avoiding area around eyes. Allow the paste to dry.



To complete the exfoliating process using warm water dampen mask thoroughly. Massage skin in a circular motion once or twice before final rinse. Use a damp washcloth to finish up, if needed. Follow with a rinse of cool water. Use a natural oil moisturizer.

Oils penetrate deeper into the top layer of skin than a regular moisturizer. By creating a physical barrier on the skin, facial oil moisturizer helps prevent water loss and adds nutrients. That means you’ll see better results and keep that just-masked-glow even longer.




All WillowB products are 100% natural, anhydrous, gluten free, no preservatives or additives.

32 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page