Product Spotlight: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

Hi guys 🙂

Today I’m doing a review of the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay. This clay has a lot of different uses, but for purposes of this review today I will be talking about it’s awesomeness as a face mask.

This clay claims to be “deep pore cleansing” and the “worlds most powerful facial.” 100% natural calcium bentonite clay, it does not contain any additives, fragrances, or animal products. It comes in a large tub with a screw off cap, and costs around 15 dollars on amazon.

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To use this mask you have to mix it with either apple cider vinegar or water. Personally I find apple cider vinegar works much better. To make the mask I mix a couple small spoonfuls of the clay with the vinegar until it turns into a paste consistency and then apply it after washing my face with my regular face wash.

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The mask gets really tight and tingly on your face as it dries, but it really does clean out my pores like nothing else I’ve tried. I leave it on for about 25 minutes and then wash it off with warm water.

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Pros: 

-Draws out dirt & oil.
-Any pimples that I have look and feel much better after washing this off.
-Tingles skin as it dries.

Cons:

-Takes some time to mix the clay and the vinegar. It is definitely less convenient than other masks that come in a tube.
-The smell of the clay combined with the vinegar isn’t exactly a pleasant one.
-Can be difficult to remove because it dries to such a hard texture.
-My skin is a little red after washing this off, but only for a few minutes.

Conclusion:

Although this mask isn’t the most luxurious experience to use, it certainly does what it claims to do. Using it once a week definitely helps to keep my skin as acne free as possible. I totally recommend this clay if you’re looking for a strong mask to help clear up your skin!

 

Thanks for reading 🙂

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