When you Search “Face Mask” on Amazon, and you will get over 15,000 results of beauty products promising for smoother, clearer, better skin.
When you want this type of products through the endless pages the results seems daunting. But there is the $11 Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay. It uses 100 percent Bentonite clay in a deep-pore mask and has risen your beauty among celebrities, like Khloe Kardashian and Mindy Kaling, and Amazon shoppers as like.
Its describes the clay as the “World’s Most Powerful Facial Clay.” It can be used on the face or body, and works to unhealthy skin by removing pores with a deep cleanse.
Although I cannot be told this mask is truly the world most powerful facial but it has nearly 4.5 stars and over 16,000 reviews, standing it the No. 1 spot remover on Amazon’s “Best Sellers in Facial Masks” list. On Amazon top 100 spot removers its place is No 5 “Best Sellers in Skin Care Products” list, an impressive feat, given all the competition.
Day by day its comments are growing for the Aztec Secret best seller range which is Miracles. Consistently, to “Literally the best mask I have ever used.
Other users reviewed its benefits for treating everything from blackheads to eczema. With, at only $11 for what seems like a lifetime supply, it’s a serious carry away. I usually take reviews with a grain of salt but this product increase up to.
It’s packed with Bentonite clay, dermatologist Michele Farber who is the member of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City says is a great anti-inflammatory. She says that the formula’s great properties make it ideal for oily, acne-prone skin, but the product can also suit this with normal and combination skin.
“The mask is also multipurpose since it can be prepared in different ways to action your needs,” she notes that. Although all face masks are typically mixed with water, Aztec Secret suggests using apple cider vinegar instead.
Be careful with this if your skin is very sensitive, it will be irritating or drying, says Farber, who recommends mixing the clay with water for a gentler version of the mask. To avoid any sort of irritation, Farber also suggests spot testing the product before spreading it onto your face.
The mask received as a powder in a 1-pound tub and has to be mixed with liquid into a paste.
After a brief mistake of accidentally mixing the powder with apple cider solidifies my mom bought for Thanks giving, I whipped up my mask with what I thought it was the proper clay-to-apple cider vinegar ratio. Call me lazy, but as someone who prefers her masking celebration to be kept as simple and mess-free as possible. I am a sheet mask kind of girl. I really hated that I had to mix the clay for myself. Even after measuring exact equal parts of the two elements, I found myself pouring more and more of each to get the proper fastness. By the time it was smooth with no lumps, I had enough clay mask to last me through the New Year.
Since no application tool was included with the mask, I slapped it on using a ladle from my mom’s kitchen and was really surprised. How smooth the mixture was. There were none of the clear globs that often come with clay masks. It was really, really messy though, and my bathroom, hair and shirt were covered in the material by the time I had successfully coated my face.
The instructions for preparing the mask on for five minutes if you have sensitive skin and 10 to 15 minutes for normal skin. So I opted for a 12-minute treatment because my skin was sensitive. I didn’t love the fact that my face smelled like apple cider vinegar for nearly of an hour, but I suffered through it for the sake of my skin.
After my time was up, the mask was dry but not layered, which made me think I had probably put on too much to, my skin. And let me just say Taking it off was nothing short of features. I felt myself like Jim Carrey at the end of The Mask and ruined two wash cloths. I would recommend, using warm water and resisting the urge to scrub too hard. As soon as my face was free of the green goo, I thought immediately that the beauty was well worth the pain.
My pores were filling with extra clean and also my skin was so tight that I felt like I had just walked out of a fancy facial session. I topped off my newly bright skin with a layer of Sunday Riley Tidal moisturizer ($22), and I am a full-on glow that lasted all day long. I used this musk at morning; I was also dealing with two cystic.