The directions say to pour the powder in a bowl and mix in 1 teaspoon of water until it forms a paste. Easy enough. When you’re done mixing it doesn’t look like there’s much of anything in the bowl, but trust me it is more than enough to cover your face as it is thicker than it looks and is easy to spread. The mask has a light pink shade to it, which I like because it reminds me that this is a rose clay mask.
I thought about taking a picture of me with the mask on, but it’s the kind of mask that dries patchy so it was not cute.
So the mask claims to purify, renew, and cleanse. There is rose clay to promote skin regeneration. Norwegian sea kelp to re-mineralize the skin. Coconut milk to soften the skin. Honey to cleanse and purify. It’s supposed to balance excess oils and stimulate circulation in the skin.
I’ve only used this once so I’m here with a sort of first impression. It was easy to mix together and to apply. Once it dries it feels tight like most clay masks where your skin starts to feel tight and like it can’t move. I kept it on for about 15 minutes and then rinsed it off and moisturized. With only one use I can’t say whether it did a good job of stimulating circulation in my skin or if it renewed my skin in any way. I do know that I’ve gotten a few pimples since that day, but I can’t say whether it’s from the mask or not because my hormones have been a bit wacky lately.
I did enjoy pampering myself with the mask though and I’m looking forward to using up that second packet.