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March 2024: Using Clay Face Masks in our Rituals

Posted by Jeriel & Bobbie on


March always feels like a rebirth, a second chance at the new year. A point of reflection and optimism. The flowers slowly grasp and pull towards life and internally I feel the same. I am ready for the energetic recharge of spring but also feel the weight of winter. nesting and preparing at the same time, hibernating with the expectation of spring joy. Flowing forward while planting your seeds to bloom. sitting with anticipation and optimism while enjoying peace in restfulness. we have made it to the spring light. 

Ancient Rituals At Home


The history of face masks is rich and varied, tracing its roots thousands of years to ancient civilization. Face masks have been a part of many cultures across the world, traditionally crafted from a variety of natural ingredients. These ingredients include herbs, clays, oils and natural fibers, all meant to calm, cleanse, nourish, and enhance the skin’s complexion. 


In Masking

Clay has been used by healers in beauty rituals for centuries. Clay is known for its purifying and healing abilities due to its beneficial properties and rich mineral content. Different clays can be used with other natural ingredients to target your skins specific needs. 

  • Rose Clay (Kaolin) helps to reduce inflammation, remove dead skin cells, tighten pores, fade hyper-pigmentation, and remove harmful toxins. It’s a light exfoliant for gentle treatment to even the most sensitive of skin.

  • Bentonite Clay provides deep cleansing to absorb oil and impurities, gentle exfoliation, anti-inflammatory properties to calm irritation, and healing abilities for improved tone and clarity.

  • French Sea Clay absorbs excess oils, tightens pores, calms redness and stimulates circulation without drying the skin.

  • Rhassoul clay deeply cleanses the skin drawing out impurities that have made their way into your pores. This clay can also help exfoliate, collagen production, acne, inflammation and evening the skins complexion.

Face Masks

In Our Rituals

We love drawing on the Roman ritual of adding honey to our dry masks as an added antioxidant and healing component. 

Honey has the unique ability to promote skin cell regeneration and healing, while also softening, brightening, and clarifying the skin. Incorporating honey into your daily routine promotes skin health naturally, making it an essential part of any skincare regimen.

Try honey in your rituals at home with our Rose Clay & Goats Milk Face Mask or your favorite dry mask. When prepping your mask a penny size amount into your mask before mixing. Slowly add water into your mask until it reaches your desired consistency. 


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