Each visit to the beauty salon leaves me with mixed feelings because on one side I’m thrilled with the outcome and on the other, I am sad for spending so much money.
Although I don’t think that investing in my appearance is not a good idea, I can’t help but think that maybe there are cheaper alternatives. Do-it-yourself remedies have always appealed to me, but not knowing where to start from, made me postpone the experiments way too long.
Whether you have learned or not about the benefits of using a Green Clay Powder, I warmly encourage you to give it a chance because it could work wonders for you, particularly if your skin is congested or more oily than normal.
Alternative medicine practitioners believe this composition makes French green clay particularly beneficial as a treatment for a variety of health concerns, and it is one of the most popular clays used in Pelotherapy.
You don’t need to have any prior experience in preparing the concoction, and applying it is as easy as it gets. This means that by simply following a couple of instructions and acquiring a set of materials that are required in creating the Green Clay Mask, you are guaranteed to detox your skin in a healthy manner. There is a good chance for having all of the needed ingredients in your house, but even if you miss one of them you are bound to find it in any local shop.
The green clay mask can cause dryness to your skin, so ONLY use this mixture if you have an oily or acne prone skin which is not overly sensitive. If you have a sporadic breakouts, you may use this as a spot treatment but make sure to perform a skin patch test on your inner forearm approximately 30 minutes before application.
Calleigh is passionate about inspiring others to a healthy living and encourages to re-discover their lifestyle. Her keen interest in health shines through in her written work on DIY skin care, beauty tips, healthy and active lifestyles.