Anne-Marie Makes Sea Clay Face Masks | Bramble Berry

Anne-Marie Makes Sea Clay Face Masks | Bramble Berry

This Sea Clay Face Mask recipe is chock-full of amazing ingredients for your skin. It’s made with natural sea clay, kaolin clay, ginseng extract, tea tree essential oil, and skin-loving oils. This mask was specifically formulated for oily and combination skin. The kaolin clay and sea clay help absorb excess moisture and leave your face feeling fresh.

This is an emulsified product, which means you mix together water and oils. Because water is involved, you need to use a preservative (we used Optiphen). If emulsifying sounds a little tricky, mix together the clays, essential oil and extract together. Once you’re ready to use, mix a touch of water or oil with small amount of the clay mixture and apply.

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Sea Clay Face Mask Recipe:
Four Short 8 oz. Bail Jars
21.4 oz. Distilled Water
1 oz. Apricot Kernel Oil
1.3 oz. Avocado Oil
1 oz. Polawax Emulsifying Wax
0.8 oz. BTMS-50 Conditioning Emulsifier
4 oz. Kaolin Clay
4 oz. Sea Clay
2 mL Tea Tree Essential Oil
0.5 oz. Ginseng Extract
0.2 oz Optiphen

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