Green clay mask before and after on acne skin

Green Clay Anti-acne Mask

Green clay has strong absorbent, antiseptic, antibacterial, and purifying properties, making it the perfect choice for people with combination, oily and acne-prone skin.

Rich in minerals (sodium, calcium, magnesium, aluminum oxide, silica, potassium, sulfur, iron, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc), green clay promotes facial and body metabolic detoxification, removing excess oil and regulating sebum production. As a result, Montmorillonite, or green clay, stimulates cell renewal, lessening the appearance of spots caused by pimples, promotes deep cleansing of the face, increases circulation, improves skin health, and stimulates the skin's healing and repair mechanisms.

To know more about green clay, read 'Green Clay. What's it for and How to Use it.'There you will find many tips and information about its benefits and properties.

Green clay, which you can find here at FoundinBio, deeply cleanses pores, is antibacterial, moisturizes, and prevents unwanted acne pimples from reappearing. Rich in beneficial minerals such as magnesium, silica, and calcium, green clay forms a paste that we can safely and effectively use to maintain skin health when mixed with healing and antibacterial ingredients.

To make this mask, we add the following ingredients to the green clay:

Oats: These contain anti-inflammatory properties and saponins, cleansing agents, making oats perfect for all skin types, including the most sensitive.

Tea Tree essential oil (Tea Tree or Melaleuca): It is known for its antiseptic properties and is commonly used for treating acne to dandruff.

Anti-acne Mask Ingredients

Foundinbio green clay (2 tablespoons);
Ground oatmeal* (1 tablespoon);
4 drops tea tree essential oil;

*To grind the oats, put the desired amount in a blender or food processor until it is finely grounded and flour-like.

Green Clay Anti-acne Mask Preparation

  1. Mix the green clay and oats in a small bowl.
  2. Add enough water to make a paste that can spread easily.
  3. Add four drops of tea tree oil and stir.
  4. Apply to the face and leave on for 10 - 15 minutes.
  5. Wash your face with room temperature water and a soft cloth or sponge to remove the mask.
  6. Apply your favorite moisturizing cream or oil to finish.
  7. Smile!
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