Kaolin Clay and Aloe Vera Face Mask

Today, I will show all of you how to make this wonderful Kaolin clay and Aloe Vera face mask. I tried this recipe yesterday and it just left my face glowing. This recipe also helps people with acne. 

You will need:

1 tablespoon of Kaolin clay

Aloe Vera from a Aloe Vera plant or Aloe Vera gel.

a teaspoon of water

fragrance oil (Use Tea tree, Lavender, Rose marine, or Pepper mint fragrance oil)

A small bowl

A spoon

In the small bowl, put in the Kaolin clay. Now, slowly add in the water. Mix this. If the mask is too thick, add more water and if it is too thin, add more Kaolin clay. The mixture should be thick enough to stay on your face and not drip. Now, if you have an Aloe vera plant, take a piece off the Aloe Vera plant and take the gel out from inside it, by squeezing it or cutting it in half and scraping the gel out. If you don’t have a plant, use about a half teaspoon of Aloe Vera gel. Again, the consistency of the mask should be thick enough to stay on your face. Now, all you need to do is add in your fragrance oil. Add in about 5 drops of fragrance oil. Mix this all together and you have just finished making a WONDERFUL mask!

How to use:

Apply this mask on your face with a smooth brush. Avoid putting this mixture on your eyes. Leave this mask on for about 10-15 minutes or until the mask hardens.

Tips:

Apply a little bit more of this mask on the places where you have pimples or anything else. This mask won’t just magically make your pimples disappear, but you need to put on this mask about 3 times a week. The Aloe Vera might make your skin itch a little, so add a fragrance oil, which is very cooling. Also, since honey is so good for your skin, try adding some honey to this mask!

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I hope you enjoyed this recipe!

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