DIY All-Natural Bentonite Clay Face Mask for Acne & Blemish-Prone Skin

DIY All-Natural Bentonite Clay Face Mask for Acne & Blemish-Prone Skin || Don't be fooled by the simple ingredients! This bentonite clay face mask for acne works wonders by drawing dirt and oil from pores + balancing the skin's pH

Don’t be fooled by the simple, all-natural ingredients! This bentonite clay face mask for acne and blemish-prone skin works wonders by drawing dirt and excess oil from pores, and balancing the skin’s pH.


I know they say that good things come to those who wait…

But isn’t there just something so wonderful about instant gratification? To get what you want exactly when you want it?

Uh, yes please!

Which is why I love this clay face mask so much: you get results FAST.

As in “put it on at night, and wake up the next day with fabulous skin” fast.

And, as always, no nasties (i.e. unhealthy chemicals that are only adding to your body burden) necessary!


Don’t be fooled by the simple ingredients — the combine to make one powerful, blemish-fighting face mask.

Bentonite clay and French green clay both absorb impurities while apple cider vinegar, a great natural toner, balances the skin’s pH and dries any blemishes.

And while I use the Blackhead Busting Blackout Mask on a regular basics, this bentonite clay face mask for acne and blemish-prone skin is my go-to when times are especially tough and I need some backup.

DIY All-Natural Bentonite Clay Face Mask for Acne & Blemish-Prone Skin || Don't be fooled by the simple ingredients! This bentonite clay face mask for acne works wonders by drawing dirt and oil from pores + balancing the skin's pH


DIY All-Natural Bentonite Clay Face Mask for Acne & Blemish-Prone Skin

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Mix all of the ingredients together with a wooden spoon (or plastic) as metal will negate the effects of the bentonite clay, which absorbs metals. The mix will fizz a little when you add the apple cider vinegar.
  2. Apply the mask to clean skin with clean fingers, and let sit for about 10 minutes or until your skin starts feeling tight.
  3. Wash the mask off, gently pat your skin dry, and apply an all-natural moisturizer.
  4. Go to sleep and have some sweet dreams, wake up in the morning and admire your beautiful skin!

Don't be fooled by the simple ingredients! This bentonite clay face mask for acne works wonders by drawing dirt and oil from pores + balancing the skin's pH


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  1. Hi Nadia!
    Do you have recipes for a non-foaming face wash (more than castile soap and water) and a non-foaming body wash?
    I looked throughout your website the best I could and through your responses, but I didn’t find either of those 2 things/recipes.

  2. Hey, Rachel! Well… all soap lathers/foams so I’m not really sure what you’re looking for. Cleansing oil? Cleansing grains? (I wouldn’t recommend either for your body.)

  3. Ohhhh. LOL I thought you wanted like a creamy wash that didn’t foam… and those don’t contain any soap and I have no clue how to make them.

    You know, I don’t think I do. But I do sometimes just mix honey and castile sometimes and add a little EOs 🙂 It works. Check Pinterest!

  4. Hi Nadia!

    This recipe looks great and I can’t wait to try it. I’ve heard a lot about rose/pink clay recently; is it possible to substitute it for one of the clays in this recipe? Or do you have any suggestions or a recipe for a rose clay mask?

    Your site with all its healthy skincare DIYs has been an amazing resource! I make the hand soap, toner, and a custom face oil regularly. Guests are always surprised that the soap isn’t store bought!

    Thanks!