The Red Clay Mask


Hey Fellas, lets not get left out on proper skin care. I am not here to tell you to change your regimes but to give this treatment a shot. Using the Moroccan Red Clay in a facial mask does wonders. I first started using red clay years ago to rid myself of hair bumps and discoloration caused by the hair bumps. I started getting hair bumps badly on the nape of my hair line, from my weekly trips to the barber. I am not blaming the barber or the clippers, but hey. I was using a premixed version of the clay and purified water that was extremely expensive. It worked, but being a frugal guy, I had to find a cheaper way. Once the product ran out I was determined to keep the regime up but not pay the heavy price tag. So I researched the clay, found it, and bought it in the powder form. I have tried many version of the mask and have alway gotten great results. I have mixed the clay with apple cider vinegar, honey, cinnamon, and aloe vera gel. All to a paste sometimes thick and sometimes thin. My regime is quick and simple. Mix the red clay in a glass bowl with apple cider vinegar or aloe vera gel to a paste. Do not mixed in a metal bowl or with a metal utensil, but you can use a wooden bowl and wooden utensil.
I then apply it to my face and allow the mask to completely dry then rinse with warm water.



help absorb excess oil, dirt and toxins, while simultaneously exfoliating dead skin cells and improving the skin’s circulation

help purify, nourish and tone the skin
helps revitalize the skin’s appearance and brightness

helps re-balance dry, flaky, or mature skin, reduce sensitivity and improves the skin’s texture and elasticity