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DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask - Facial masks are all the rage these days so so I decided to make a DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask and share it with you. After researching face masks, I found that you can pick up all the ingredients that you need in a health food store like Whole Foods or you can buy them on Amazon.

DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

Facial masks are all the rage these days so so I decided to make a DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask and share it with you. After researching face masks, I found that you can pick up all the ingredients that you need in a health food store like Whole Foods or you can buy them on Amazon.

Clay masks are known to remove impurities from the skin. These masks also help to clean out pores and make your face feel soft and smooth. I thought a bubble mask would be a lot of fun, so here’s how I put one together

DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask Ingredients

How to Make the Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

  1. I mixed 2 teaspoons of clay, 1 teaspoon of matcha powder, ½ teaspoon of charcoal, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, and ½ teaspoon of citric acid.
  2. While mixing the above ingredients, I added ½ teaspoon of glycerine into the metal bowl. I mixed it until it became sort of creamy. After a few more seconds of mixing, I added 2 teaspoons of water to make it thinner and continued mixing.
  3. Once I was happy with the consistency, I applied the carbonated bubble mask generously to my face. I avoided my eyes and lips. I immediately felt it bubbling.
  4. I left the carbonated bubble clay mask on my face for 4 minutes. Then I rinsed off the mask with warm water and a wash cloth to remove all traces of it. Once rinsed, my face felt clean, soft and smooth. I put on my Lucy Minerals Ambrosia for Dry Skin oil afterwards.

My DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask did not irritate my sensitive skin. Since everyone’s skin is different I strongly recommend that you do a patch test to see how your skin reacts to the mask before you put it on your entire face. You should really do a patch test with any DIY facial mask that you try.

I’ve been on an activated charcoal kick lately, thanks to Mickey. I did film a video with him where we also made a DIY mask. See the Charcoal Mask with Mickey!

What do you think of this DIY Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask? Will you try it?

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