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A clay mask recipe with real Flower Power

DIY face mask clay DIY face mask clayMake your own clay face mask tailored to your skin’s specific needs

Does your skin need a treatment to eliminate impurities and bring a healthy glow to your complexion? Quick, call on Flower Power! Which blossom will be your hero? Lavender, rose, or chamomile?

Ready in just a few minutes, these homemade face masks with dried flowers refine your complexion and leave it radiant. Our gently cleansing clay masks were specially formulated for different skin types and are easy to slip in to your beauty routine. Don’t hesitate to use them often or whenever you feel the need!

Flower Power will rescue you from a dull complexion, eliminate villainous impurities, and bring you happiness made from petals and clay!

How to make a face mask with dried flowers and clay

Before you begin

We have created three different clay face mask recipes to suit a range of skin types. However, clay masks are not recommended for anyone with dry or dehydrated skin.

Ingredientshow to make clay mask

Homemade clay mask for combination/oily skin

Homemade clay mask for tired skin

Homemade clay mask for normal/sensitive skin


Good to know!

Avoid using aluminum containers when working with clay as aluminum can alter its properties. Favour wood, glass, or stainless steel implements instead.

Is only your T-zone oily? Try applying the face mask for oily skin just to your T-zone and use the treatment mask for tired skin on the rest of your face!

Steps to follow

  1. Prepare and sterilize your equipment and workspace.
  2. Weigh the dried flowers or petals for your recipe. Crush with a mortar and pestle or a coffee to make clay mask with dried flowers
  3. Weigh all the powder ingredients in a bowl. Mix together.
  4. Weigh all the liquid ingredients in a ramekin. Mix together.
  5. Add the liquid ingredients to the powders and mix well.clay mask at home
  6. Transfer the mixture to the pot. Your homemade face mask is now ready!DIY mask

Use and conservation

To use your DIY face mask, mix the powders with water or a hydrosol to form a paste (you can learn how to choose the right hydrosol here). Apply mask to clean skin and let set for 5 minutes. Careful, do not let the mask dry on your skin; spray mask with water or a hydrosol as necessary. Gently rinse your skin with clean water and apply a hydrating cream or lotion.

If stored in a dry place and made in optimal sanitary conditions, your homemade dried flower face mask should keep for 6 months to 1 year.

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