The Innisfree mask is sourced from volcanic ash to tighten pores, removes sebum and exfoliates. The mask doesn't dry too hard or tight, and rinses off easily. Works in a skincare routine or as a pimple spot treatment.
It's only a 5 oz. jar, but a little clay goes a long way.
This Bentonite Clay works as a hair shampoo, conditioner, and on your skin. Once you mix the clay with water and apply it, it deep cleans the skin and often brings acne to the surface. Many swear by its acne-treating properties.
Do test a patch of skin before a full application – some buyers complain of skin irritation.
The Dead Sea Mud and Clay mask is made of all natural ingredients. Unlike many clay masks, this one hydrates your skin. Works great as a skin treatment before a makeup routine. The clay also comes with a mini spatula for easy application.
Some buyrs complain that the clay does little besides moisturize.
This mask is 100% natural and hypoallergenic. Once mixed with water, the clay consistency is smooth. Can be a catch-all treatment for skin and hair. Bonus: it comes generously packaged in a big bag.
The mask isn't the easiest to remove, as it dries on hard.
This green mask uses Amazon clay and Moroccan Ghassoul clay. It's a hydrating mask, safe for those with dry skin. The added minerals are meant to enhance the clay's properties, and leave you with supple, bright skin.
Has a fragrance that some find overpowering.
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Clay is a natural detoxifier, drawing impurities from below the skin’s surface. It’s no wonder clay masks are becoming a regular part of skin care routines. Not all clays are the same — most clay masks are made with green, white or red clay, each with a different composition of minerals. Your skin may react differently to each clay, so be sure to do a patch test before applying product on your face. Clay masks can be a fix for oily, acne-prone skin. Some clay masks have hydrating properties, but many can be drying. Consider a moisturizing routine after applying a clay mask.
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