Best Clay Masks

Updated March 2019
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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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