The use of Clay facial mask's as a beauty treatment has been around for thousands of years. Many people spend hundreds of dollars in a year alone on clay mask treatments. Why should you spend all that money when you can make your own at home in your own kitchen?
Have you ever thought about making your own? Maybe you have but you just do not know where to start. If that's the case then maybe you will find this useful in helping you do that and even if you have never thought about it before maybe you will after reading this.
There are so many beneficial effects of using clay facial masks. Some of which are they help clear up acne, loosen blackheads, soothe and calm infection, they cleanse, refine and peel off the dead outer layer of skin, nourish, rejuvenate and stimulate your skin and they also act as an anti-wrinkle treatment and as a natural facelift for your face.
After you use a clay mask you should rinse it away with spring or distilled store-bought bottled water it is healthier for your skin because it does not have all the impurities that regular tap water has in it.
There are a lot of different types of clay and they all have a different mineral content in them which will have a different effect on the skin. Clays are from the earth they have absorbed the sun, the plants, and minerals of the earth over thousands of years. Clay has rejuvenating and anti-aging effects on the skin.