Blue Clay Spot Treatment Mask is formulated to reduce existing blemishes while deeply detoxifying the skin. It is best to follow with a moisturizer. For oily skin types we suggest following a blue clay treatment with our Lapis Facial Oil.
2 oz | 60 g glass jar
Clay:Put simply, clay is a topical detoxifying, rejuvenating, and strengthening agent. It extracts toxins and impurities from the skin while delivering much needed minerals to maintain smooth and fresh skin.
Directions:Mix ½–1 tbsp. with a few drops of water until a nice paste is formed.
Cambrian Blue Clay is a rare clay and also one of the most beneficial to your skin. It is found in Siberian lakes and known for its clarifying and skin balancing properties. This clay penetrates deeply into your pores to draw out impurities while also helping your skin to maintain moisture. It also helps to reduce redness and puffiness on the surface of skin.
About the makers:
Herbivore brings you products that are safe, non-toxic, and highly effective. They believe in tangible results you can see and feel, and they believe in the power of nature to bring these results. Every ingredient that they include in their products is there for a specific therapeutic reason. They do not use fillers of any kind, meaning that almost every ingredient in their products is an “active” ingredient. This results in pure, highly concentrated, and effective formulas that are a rarity in the skincare and cosmetics world today.
All of their formulas are original, created and tested by them, on real people — never on animals and always from scratch!
All of their products have an emphasis on organic, high quality, and food-grade ingredients.
Knowing that everything we put on our skin quickly absorbs into our bodies, they ethically source the finest raw natural materials the earth has to offer. With ingredients ranging from French pink clay to Brazilian gemstones, they formulate treatments that combine essential vitamins, minerals, and botanicals to restore skin to its optimum health and vitality.
Founded by Julia Wills and Alexander Kummerow in 2011 in their Seattle kitchen.