I am a huge fan of clay masks and use them about once a week before my weekly hair wash session. I am also a huge fan of pink things, so when I saw this Herbivore Botanicals Pink Clay Exfoliating Floral Mask at Anthropologie I had to pick it up.
It comes in a powder form and you mix it yourself, so that seemed like a fun thing to do on a Friday night. Check out my 1 Minute Video below!
Couple of things, I don't know if I made my mix too thick or this is just the formula, it was a little more difficult to wash off my face than an average clay mask, so I had to keep a wet face towel on it for a little longer to actually get it off. I'll have to try another time with a thinner consistency to see if that helps. I was also hoping that this mask would be actually pink, but it's more of a pinky brown color, like, I duno, mud.
I used a silicone mask brush to apply the mask, and I love these because it doesn't waste as much product as a normal hair brush. I got mine in a two pack from amazon here for like $5, and gave one to my sister in law.
Here's the info about the Pink Clay Mask from Amazon.
French Pink Clay
Filled with minerals, this clay gently detoxifies and cleanses, leaving the skin feeling soft and nourished.
Gentle and soothing to skin, rose petals assist in regenerating cells, reducing fine lines, clarifying skin tone and protecting against free radicals.
Anti-inflammatory that promotes circulation and is used as a treatment for inflammation and irritation of the skin. Organic Chamomile is excellent for healing, tissue regeneration and prevention of moisture loss.
Rosehip Seed Oil
Comes from the fruit of the wild rose plant, naturally rich in essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9. Regenerates skin cells and repairs damaged tissue, reduces scarring, repairs damaged skin cells, minimizes wrinkles and helps maintain healthy collagen.
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