The principal benefit of clay masks is that they can detoxify the skin while reducing excess oil and getting rid of pore-clogging impurities. As a result, clay masks are a favorite among people with oily and acne-prone skin types, though all skin types can enjoy them. Clay masks are remarkable at pulling sebum, dirt and possible bacteria from the skin pores.


Pynk Charades- Acne-prone skin needs a little extra love and care. The build-up of oil, dead skin cells and bacteria that clog the pores cause breakouts. These breakouts can cause inflammation and discomfort. As such, a soothing and antibacterial DIY face mask is perfect. Turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory, while honey is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and can help the skin heal.

Made with: Kaolin Clay, Rose Water, Powder Honey, Turmeric Powder


BlackOut Hair Mask: This hair mask, draws out impurities from hair and scalp. Bentonite is a negatively charged clay that attracts positively charged product build-up and heavy metal toxins. Using it on your curls results in 100% cleansed hair. Has Antimicrobial Properties. Bentonite kills bacteria, viruses, and fungus from the scalp and hair. It’s perfect to use if you have dandruff, scalp fungus, or seborrheic dermatitis. Defines Curls. Naturals swear by the clay’s ability to clump curls together and define them. Enhances Shine. If you have product build-up, you’ve probably noticed that your hair has taken on a slightly white or gray tone. This film can hinder your hair’s natural ability to shine. Softens and Conditions Hair. A bentonite clay mask can help with manageability by softening and conditioning the hair. You’ll enjoy having fewer tangles to deal with on wash days. Promotes Healthy Hair Growth. Bentonite clay doesn’t exactly stimulate the scalp, but it does unclog hair follicles. Cleansing the scalp thoroughly can enhance healthy hair growth by creating the perfect environment for growing hair.


Made with: Bentonite Clay, Honey, and oils

Face/ Hair Mask

    • Cleanse. Wash your face with warm water and soap or a gentle cleanser. ... 
    • Make the mask. Put about a tablespoon or two of clay in a bowl and add water to make the clay paste.
    • Apply the mask. Apply the paste with your fingertips or makeup brush, covering all of the skin except the skin around your eyes.
    • Let sit. Allow the paste to dry. ... 
    • Rinse.
    • Add night moisture (night cream, oil)



    Hair Mask:   For a single use, mix 1/2 cup of clay, clay1 cup of water1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar, tablespoon oil olive. 

    Mix all ingredients for your hair mask, together well until you have the desired consistency. The mask should be thick but still thin enough to apply evenly throughout your hair. Apply the mask to wet hair with a brush or with fingertips. Make sure you cover your scalp all the way down to the ends of your hair. Cover with shower cap and let sit for 20 mins.