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Strawberry Clay Mask

Strawberry Clay Mask


There are many benefits of using clay masks on our skin, including adding minerals and nutrients, absorbing oil and dirt, and tightening our pores. Different clays offer different benefits, so you should choose a mask blend that will benefit your specific needs.


This Strawberry blend, apart from smelling and feeling wonderful, is an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, collagen booster that is rich in vitamin C and trace minerals.




  • Brazilian pink clay
  • dehydrated strawberries
  • coconut milk powder
  • pearl powder
  • ashwaganda root

Coconut milk: may help with skin flexibility and elasticity.

Strawberries: can help remove excess sebum, and is known for lightening skin and acne scars.


Brazilian pink clay: a mild exfoliating combination of red and white clays containing copper, selenium, manganese magnesium and zinc that's perfect for sensitive skin.


Pearl powder: traditionally used in Asian health care for various purposes due to its anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, adaptogenic and anti-aging properties.


Ashwagandha root: native to India and North Africa, it is a treasure trove of potential benefits. It is antibacterial and antimicrobial so it protects skin from infections or acne. It's high in antioxidants which protects your skin from aging free radicals. It helps to keep your complexion vibrant, and it is often utilized as a relaxant due to its natural ability to inhibit cortisol. 

Simply mix 1-2 teaspoons of the dry clay mask with your liquid medium of choice. Some favorite options are tea, yogurt, juice, honey, milk, hydrosols, or plain water.Each 2 ounce packet contains approximately 8-10 face masks!


When applying a clay mask, the general guideline is to leave it on until it's almost dry, which typically takes about 10 to 15 minutes, depending on the thickness of the application and the type of clay used.

Here's why timing matters:


Initial Moist Phase: Right after application, the clay is moist. During this phase, your skin absorbs the beneficial minerals from the mask.


Start of Drying Phase: As the mask begins to dry, it starts the process of adsorption, drawing out impurities and excess oil from your skin's surface.


Final Dry Phase: You'll want to rinse off the mask before it fully dries and hardens. When a clay mask dries completely, it can draw out too much oil, leading to dehydration and irritation. This can also cause unnecessary pulling on the skin, which might lead to redness or sensitivity.

Leaving a clay mask on for too long can reverse its benefits, causing dehydration and irritation.

For sensitive skin types, it might be beneficial to wash off the mask even before it starts drying, to prevent any potential irritation.

**********If you have any allergies, please let me know before ordering.************

  • Product Care

    This item is not meant to replace the word of a doctor. Please consult a doctor before using on severe problem areas. Pregnant or nursing women should consult their doctor before using products with essential oils. Test small amount on patch of skin prior to use.

    Please use within 6 months of opening and store away from heat sources. There are no artificial fillers or binders or preservatives in this product.

The statements on my potions have not been evaluated by the FDA. These potions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you have skin sensitivities and/or allergies, please read the ingredients listed prior to purchasing. Each individual is responsible for doing a 24-hour patch test (on your neck underneath your hairline and/or on the inside of your elbow) before usage. Please consult your physician before using any products with essential oils if you are pregnant, nursing, using on a child under the age of 12, have high blood pressure, low blood pressure, cancer, epilepsy, diabetes, glaucoma, kidney disease, cardiac disease, liver disease, or acute respiratory disease. Do not ever take essential oils internally. Pickle's Potions is not responsible for allergic reactions, issues derived from use of products not described in application directions, or neglect to contact a physician prior to usage.

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