Sensitive Skin? Try This French Pink Clay Mask With Rice Enzyme

Note: This was resurrected from Tumblr thanks to Google cache and was originally posted on November 22, 2017.

Powdered masks don’t seem to be nearly as popular as ready-made masks and I often wonder why. I actually prefer powders because I can mix them the way I want and come up with my own creations! For instance, maybe I want to add a little honey one day, aloe vera gel another, a few drops of tea tree oil (or another essential oil) another, and use pure green tea or rose water instead of water another day. The possibilities are practically endless when you think of all the yummy ingredients that you can add when creating your own face mask!

This powdered French Pink Clay Mask with Rice Enzyme by Laila London is one of those masks that lets you go wild with your creativity. The mask already features a lot of great, natural ingredients like kaolin, lavender, rose petals, rosehip, calendula, and red clover; so, you really don’t have to add anything additional if you don’t want to. However, the option is there if you choose.

My duty to you: This company was nice enough to send me this product to try out and evaluate for free. However, there’s NO sugar-coating here; I always give my 100% honest opinion - good AND bad!

French Pink Clay Mask With Rice Enzyme

The least you have to do with this mask is add a liquid, like water, to create a paste that you can apply to your skin. I prefer rose water or tea myself, but you can use just about anything that is healthy. Aloe vera juice would be another great option.

I found that two parts liquid to one part of the powdered mask is the perfect ratio. So, if you use ½ tsp of powder, you need 1 tsp of liquid. Pretty simple.

French Pink Clay Mask With Rice Enzyme

After that, you apply it (I do this on damp skin after thoroughly cleansing with a face wash). It dries after just 5-10 minutes. When dry, it does harden and feels a little tight but it’s nothing uncomfortable. You will need warm water to loosen it up and rinse. If you are familiar with bentonite clay (aka Indian Healing Clay), you’ll find that this works a lot like it in that it really cleans out your pores like a vacuum!

French Pink Clay Mask With Rice Enzyme

This mask is aimed at people like myself, with sensitive skin. It’s really gentle and just a quick, easy, and convenient way to exfoliate and detox your skin. From helping with breakouts and eczema to brightening and shrinking pores, this face mask really has a ton of benefits!

For the price, you are getting a great deal considering you only need to use a little each time. I assure you that the small jar is going to last a lot longer than expected!

Would I call this my favorite face mask? No, but it’s definitely up there in my top five for the past few years! What is your favorite face mask?

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