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Do you like your skin to be healthy & youthful?  Look no further. Our clay masks are the best! 


Clays are amazing for pulling out impurities, drawing blood to the surface allowing a vibrant complexion as well as elimating excess oils. They also saturate the skin with the nutrients the body needs to keep it smooth.


Furthermore they work wonders with younger skin that may be prone to acne, and boost elasticity to minimize signs of aging. This Charcoal Clay Mask is great for deep cleansing, for those really dirty, grimy days or an intense clean.


Activated Charcoal is a super-porous substance that is extremely effective in drawing out dirt, grime, bacteria and even poisons from the skin. It actually has a magnetic charge that attracts impurities to it.


Bentonite clay binds to toxins and impurities, pulling them from the pores. It is also calming and can reduce redness and inflammation.


Oatmeal is a powerful redness and puffiness reducer. It goes a long way when it comes to healing and calming and gives your skin the much needed hydration and healing it needs. Also relieves and soothes itchy skin, rashes and sunburns.






For an all-over skin loving routine add;


Two Sugars Thanks, Coffee Scrub -  leaves your skin feeling clean and lively. This coffee scrub is not only beneficial for the skin, it leaves you feeling a million bucks. Even gentle enough for your face, now enjoy the new feel of your beautiful, soft skin.




 Nectar Face Oil - Your daily skin booster and protector!! This lightweight facial oil deeply hydrates, soothes and protects against environmental nasties.


Charcoal Clay Mask

20 Grams
  • Simply scoop 1 teaspoon of the dry mask with roughly 2 teaspoons of water to make a paste.

    Apply to clean skin avoiding the eye area.

    Leave for 10-15mins or until dry.

    Rinse with warm water and a washcloth.  

    Follow with your daily moisturizer.


    Depending on your skin type, use 1-2 times a week.

    *To ensure the effectiveness of the mask, avoid using utensils when mixing.

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