Lie back and let a face mask work its magic.
Our 25g of powder contains enough for 10 full-face masks. It comes in a glass jar, or a refill in cellophane sachet (100% biodegradable, made from plant cellulose)
Hibiscus Ingredients: Pink clay, kaolin clay, hibiscus powder, powdered oats, vitamin c powder.
Rosemary Ingredients: French green clay, kaolin clay, organic rosemary, powdered oats, vitamin c powder.
Directions: Put 1 teaspoon in a small container – teacup or ramekin ideal.
Mix with water or honey to make a paste with plastic or wooden spoon (you don’t need much) and apply to a clean face avoiding the eye area.
Leave for 15 minutes, then wash off with warm water and pat dry. Follow with our Fabulous Face Oil
For all skin types
“Hibiscus has a sort of magical reputation in skin care because it is a natural source of alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). Chemical forms of these acids can be overly harsh and damaging to the skin, but natural sources such as those in hibiscus can help provide the same benefits without the harsh drawbacks. AHAs are known to help exfoliate skin, speed up cell turnover, and help control breakouts, all of which can encourage fresher, younger, and smoother looking skin. They also increase moisture and improve flexibility and elasticity—the reason why hibiscus called the Botox plant.
On top of the AHA activity are the antioxidants, which are called “anthocyanocides.” These not only protect the skin from free radical damage, but have astringent properties that help pores to appear smaller. They have an anti-inflammatory effect as well, which soothes inflamed skin and helps calm skin conditions.
Finally, the plant has a high mucilage content, which makes it a great skin moisturizer. Combine all these properties together and you have a wonderful anti-aging ingredient that with regular use, helps skin to appear more supple and flawless overall.”
“Rose/Pink clay is considered a mild Kaolin Clay that is commonly used to clean and purify the skin. It has mild exfoliating powers and like all clays, helps to detoxify the skin by drawing impurities from pores.” Notes: the clay may cause slight, temporary reddening of your complexion, this will pass, so you may want to avoid applying just before you go out. Also, different clay batches can vary slightly in colour.
Best for normal-oily skin.
“Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) has a bevvy of beautiful benefits ranging from moisturizing your skin and supporting healthy collagen development to fighting off skin-damaging free radicals. Since ancient times, this aromatic herb has had a prominent role in religious rituals, culinary recipes and the natural medicine cabinet. Although its benefits vary depending on whether you’re ingesting this delicious herb or using it topically, rosemary is a great addition to your skincare routine.”
“Green Clay is the most effective clay to draw impurities and toxins from the skin. It also helps to soothe and relax skin that is tight or irritated”