Hawaiian Red Clay Facial Detox Mask

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Hawaiian Red Clay Detox Mask

Ingredients: Mineral rich red Maui clay, ground organic rose buds, and rose geranium essential oil. See below for information about this special clay. In a 1 oz glass jar $22.00. Enough for 4-5 masks.

Maui local honey (from bees on the property we live) $5.00
Rose Geranium Hydrosol $12.00

Buy all 3 and have everything you need for a lovely facial mask – $39.00

To use:

Combine 1 tsp of the clay mixture with 1/2 tsp honey, and a few squirts of hydrosol to form a paste.

Cleanse your face, apply mask to facial skin and décolleté, being careful to avoid the eye area. Wait until clay is semi-dry but not completely dry, then remove the mask in a shower, or a wet/steamy cloth, using gentle upward strokes. After clay mask, apply a toner, a spritz of hydrosol, and then moisturizer or facial oil.

About Hawaiian Red Alaea Clay:

Alaea is the Hawaiian word for their red clay. Hawaiian red clay is red because of its mineral rich and high iron contents. It is harvested deep in the Maui Upcountry forest on the slopes of Haleakala, gently washed, stone ground by hand, sun and dried.

This Hawaiian clay is formed from an ancient volcanic ash deposit found deep in the rainforest of Maui, Hawaii, where it has been purified for thousands of years by sacred springs and the gentle rains of the islands.

Pelotherapy, is using healing clay or mud for detoxification, wellbeing, and increased purity of spirit. This clay is quite powerful in drawing toxins from the skin, I saw a difference in my face after only one use.

The high mineral content, combined with the healing power of volcanic ash, makes it ideal for cleansing and purification. The clay’s neutral pH levels allow your skin to heal, then maintain its fresh, natural glow, while helping to protect your skin over time with its high content of phosphorous and magnesium.

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