3 Clay Masks For Glowing Skin

Bentonite clay is quickly becoming more popular in the natural beauty world. It has a lot
of excellent benefits, from containing nutrients like sodium, potassium, and calcium, to
being able to remove toxins from the body and provide a clearer complexion. Here are
three different masks you can make yourself using bentonite clay.

Lemon Clay Mask

You will notice lemon is used a lot in natural beauty products, because it is so good for
your skin! It helps to clean out pores, is refreshing, and smells great. It is also a favorite
during the summertime. This clay mask is going to use your bentonite clay with some
lemon essential oils, and a little bit of raw honey. You can also add some unrefined,
virgin coconut oil to this mask. If you don’t have lemon essential oil, there is no reason
you can’t use lemon juice in its place. Combine the ingredients and apply the mask to
your skin, rinsing off after a few minutes. If you have leftovers, store it in an airtight

Lavender and Tea Tree Oil Clay Mask

This clay mask is going to be great for your acne and breakouts, as well as detoxing
your skin. It uses some wonderful essential oils, like relaxing and soothing lavender,
and detoxing tea tree oil. The base of the mask is of course the bentonite clay. To make
it a creamy consistency, you have your choice of ingredients. You can use virgin
coconut oil that is melted, honey, or aloe vera gel. Fresh aloe vera gel directly from the
plant is better, or at least organic aloe instead of the drug store variety. This is a really
soothing mask, not to mention helping with your complexion.

Coffee Clay Mask

If you want something a little different, why not combine the exfoliating power of coffee
with the delicious health benefits of clay? This is also a great mask to gift to others since
it is unique and not typically something you can find in stores. For this mask, use your
bentonite clay or other cosmetic-grade clay. Add in some finely-ground coffee and
essential oils of your choosing. You may also want to use some rose water or distilled
water to loosen up the mask a bit. Essential oils are only used for scent, so you can opt
out of using them if you prefer.

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