A wonderful combination of organic oats, clays and a variety of botanicals, fruits and vegetables specially blended for different skin types.
Now, you ask, what do I mix it with? Good question. Just like the dry ingredients, you want to choose the proper wet ingredient. Water is the first and most natural choice. It can be used for all skin types; however, for those of you with dry, oily or problematic skin, there are plenty of other choices. In addition, it’s just plain fun to get creative with other natural ingredients.
Normal skin – water, nonfat Greek yogurt, egg whites, fractionated coconut oil
Oily skin – water, witch hazel, lemons, limes, oranges
Dry skin – water, EV olive oil, grapeseed oil, avocado oil, avocados, bananas, melons
Acne or problematic skin – water, apple juice, citrus, cucumbers, strawberry (pureed or infused water they soaked in)
Normal – Organic oatmeal, French green clay, lavender, organic green tea, olive leaf, fig and peppermint
Oily/Acne – Organic oatmeal, Bentonite clay, calendula, horsetail, chamomile, orange peel and grapefruit peel
Dry/Mature – Organic oatmeal, Kaolin clay, chamomile, pumpkin, rosehips, spinach and fig
Each packet has enough product for several facial masks. You only need about a teaspoon (not heaping) of product to mix with your wet ingredient.
Put your dry mask into a small bowl and gradually mix in your wet ingredient. Introduce only small amounts until you get the right consistancy. Your mask should resemble a paste, thin enough to spread but thick enough so it doesn’t run.
As you spread it across your face and neck, use a circular motion so you are cleansing and exfoliating while applying the mask. This will also stimulate circulation. Let the mask sit for at least 10 minutes or as long as it takes to mostly dry. You can gently remove it with a wash cloth and warm water or in the shower. Wait at least 30 minutes to apply your moisturizer. This allows the skin to breath. Safe enough for weekly use.