This diy vegan face mask recipe from Kale & Cotton will give you flawless skin. If you have problematic skin and want a toxin-free solution, then you will adore this recipe. Even if you just want a skincare regime that is safer and more natural this recipe will be life changing. This recipe literally makes natural beauty effortless.
Spirulina Face Mask
Mix the spirulina and clay together and then add water a little at a time until a paste forms. Spoon it onto your face and neck into a thin layer, but make sure it is thick enough that you cannot see your skin through it. Leave on for 20-30 minutes, until you can feel mask tighten. Rinse with warm water.
About the Ingredients
Spirulina is a natural algae that is incredibly beneficial for your skin. It’s loaded with proteins, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids. Additionally, spirulina’s high content of vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitamin E, calcium, iron and phosphorus are vital to the health of your skin. Specifically, it makes your skin look toned, youthful and vital.
Meanwhile, spirulina packs even more goodness. Spirulina is effective in treating dark circles and is an excellent detoxifier. Spirulina also contains tyrosine, vitamin E or tocopherol, and selenium. These are all known for their anti-ageing effects.
Bentonite is a natural clay that is well known for its cosmetic benefits. It has been used for thousands of years to remove impurities and toxins from the body. According to Medical News Today scientists believe that bentonite clay works by absorbing oils and dirt from the skin by sticking to their molecules or ions. Then as the clay leaves the body it takes the toxins and other molecules with it. Thus, bentonite clay is especially helpful in treating oily skin and acne breakouts as well as reducing the risk of pimples and skin infections.
With this combination of power-packed ingredients this diy vegan face mask recipe will easily give you flawless skin. It’s non-toxic, healing, calming and most of all nourishing.
Did you try this recipe? How did it work out for you?