Pulsating Face Mask

Sometimes I just feel like my face is dry and dull looking. I really wanted to make a natural mask that worked!! Lets start with the ingredients. I wanted something to help my skin detox all the yuckys so I first picked Bentonite Clay. There are so many health benefits to this clay. It absorbs toxins, draws out impurities, and kills bacteria, so don’t be surprised if some hidden gems come to the surface! It also has anti-aging benefits, because it helps exfoliate the skin, it helps with cell turnover. It helps oxygenate the cells, as it pulls excess hydrogen and allows cells to replace it with oxygen instead! Sweet right? Next is ACV! AKA-Apple Cider Vinegar, though I do try and take a capful everyday with water internally, I always forget to use it for my skin! It helps with inflammation and redness and a ton of other amazing benefits. Raw Honey speeds the healing process and helps keep skin supple and glowing! Then of course the EO! I chose Tea Tree because its also great for skin and acne, and Lavender because of its soothing properties!

Get a jar or a small dish and add the clay, then mix in the ACV. Adding more or less, you want it to be a paste. It will bubble a bit at first, then add the honey and mix well, then two drops each of EO.

Apply to a freshly washed face and leave on for 10-15 min! Feel the pulse! Wash off with warm water, your face may redden a bit due to the blood being drawn to the surface which is a normal part of the detoxifying process. This is a enough for two masks. So invite a friend or your hubby to join!

Pulsating Face Mask

  • 4 tablespoons of Bentonite Clay
  • 2 Tablespoons of raw Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon of raw honey
  • 2 drops each of Lavender EO and Tea Tree EO

2 thoughts on “Pulsating Face Mask

  1. Love the name of this mask, I just had to click on the link and check it out! Good to know that the ‘pulsating’ refers to the effect of the mask, not the mask itself 🙂 I used to make my own face masks all the time as a teenager. I find it hard to make time for even the commercially made ones these days, so it’s good to have a reminder of how simple it can be – thanks!

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