Best cleanse detox with white clay face mask

DIY White Clay Cleansing Powder

Skin cleansing is one of the most important daily routines. Regularly removing skin impurities, such as dirt, debris, and sebum is critical for fresh, healthy skin. This is an excellent routine for unclogging the pores so that the skin's natural oils, which protect the skin and hair, are not trapped under the buildup of dirt and dead skin cells. Without a cleansing routine, the skin becomes dull. Moreover, the lack of natural sebum allows microorganisms to colonize the skin's surface and penetrate the hair follicles, causing inflammation or acne.

White clay gently sweeps away dead and dry skin cells, leaving the skin smooth. In addition to leaving your skin silky smooth, this water-activated cleanser is 100% vegan and formulated without parabens, silicones, and synthetic materials. Another of the ingredients in this powdered skin cleanser is colloidal oatmeal. Highly moisturizing, colloidal oatmeal helps to retain the skin's natural moisture and prevent dry skin. It also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Mineral salt, also present in this recipe, absorbs dirt and toxins and deeply cleanses the skin pores. Furthermore, the high mineral content of sea salt helps restore the skin's protective barrier and maintain hydration.

Facial Cleansing Powder (Does not remove heavy makeup)

Preparing a gentle and effective cleansing and exfoliating powder using white kaolin clay is extremely easy and rewarding. Unlike other cleansers that exfoliate, this cleanser will not cause redness or irritation. This makes it great for all skin types, including sensitive and dry skin. Over time, this natural facial cleanser can balance oil production, tone the skin, and close pores.

Cleansing Powder Ingredients

4 teaspoons of colloidal oatmeal.
6 teaspoons of our pure white clay.
1 teaspoon of mineral salt.
Water to taste


  1. Put all the dry ingredients in a container, add water gradually, and stir until it forms a smooth paste.
  2. Let the cleanser sit for 2 to 3 minutes.
  3. Apply the mixture to your face, rubbing and massaging gently with your fingertips in circular motions.
  4. Then rinse thoroughly with water and gently dry your face.
  5. You can use a facial toner or apple cider vinegar diluted in water to balance your skin's pH and apply your moisturizer of choice.
  6. Smile!

Isn't it so easy? That's why we love this DIY recipe; we only need a few ingredients and use them regularly to get healthy, blemish-free skin. And the best part is that we know and control the quality of what we apply to our skin.

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