Don't crack up! It's suppose to look that way. Have you ever used bentonite clay?


It makes a great face mask. Benonite clay draws excess oil and debris from your pores. It’s also great for removing black heads. We use cosmetic grade clay, sourced from reliable clay farms in Wyoming. They are pure and free of pollutants and certified lead free. Bentonite clay is a good choice for oily skin. I wouldn't recommend it for dry or sensitive skin though.

 

It's so easy! You can make your own face mask at home. I use one tablespoon of clay to about six tablespoons of water or milk. I add one spoonful at time mixing until I get a nice mud paste. When you apply a face mask you want to stay away from your eyes. Spread on your forehead, above your eyebrows, on your nose, cheeks & chin. I would keep it off your lips too. It's normal for your skin to feel tight. If it's burning take caution and remove it immediately. 

 
It’s a great natural ingredient for soap when you want to add that extra slip and lather to shaving soaps. We use it in our Bay & Clay Goat Milk Soap. When we started this soap we wanted to make a great bar soap for men but it’s not just for men. Women can use it too.
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