Spotlight :: Purifying Eucalyptus Clay Mask

We’ve wanted to branch out for a while now and we’re really pleased that everyone has supported us with the launch of our new skincare range. We’re going to give you a little low down on each of the three, making sure you know what is so good about them and why they should become an essential part of your self-care routine.

The Clay

Even though it’s been around for centuries, it still sounds odd to be putting clay on your skin, but you can’t argue the results -  leaving your skin detoxed and looking fresh as a daisy.

The natural minerals in clay (some clays, don’t be digging around putting dirt from the garden on your face!) help to brighten the complexion and give skin a natural radiance by replenishing minerals that may be lacking in the skin. Working not only to revive the skin it also works to draw out impurities from the skin. This is where the double action comes in if used in conjunction with our scrub too, it will keep skin looking clear and fresh and help prevent breakouts.

Just like the scrub, the clay contains Eucalyptus and Tee tree which helps to both clear spots as well as keep them at bay due to their antibacterial properties. These may cause a slight tingling/stingy sensation after a couple of minutes of having the clay on, but fear not that is just the clay working its magic. The chamomile essential oil will work to calm and soothe the skin during and after the clay application.

Just like the scrub the clay should be used as a treatment for the skin, so use 2-3 times a week. You can use on the same day as the scrub or use alternate days, whatever suits you and your skin best. Oh and make sure to take lots of pictures of you as a swamp creature and tag us in those badboys!


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