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Clear your face with one amazing organic face mask

Updated on May 19, 2016
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World's most powerful facial!

The only ingredient in the powerful face mask is Bentonite clay, 100% and it has been used for centuries!

This clay is from Death Valley, California, where for up to six months is dried in temperatures up to 134 degrees F! ( 56.6667 C)

The use of clay with apple cider vinegar is dated all the way back to the southern French priest of the 16th century, Kneipp. Not only that but the use of green clay or bentonite is well documented in history and was used for more than just acne treatments.

Some other uses of this clay are...

  • Arthritis
  • Insect bites
  • Provide minerals to the body
  • Morning sickness
  • AND MANY MORE!

Tell me how Aztec Healing Clay Mask worked for you!

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How to use Aztec Healing Clay Mask

Now, you can't just put the powder clay on your face..so what do you mix it with?

Apple Cider Vinegar.

You can use water as well but, you will see better results with the Vinegar because it has antimicrobial properties that may help with killing excess propionibacterium acne bacteria on your skin.

  1. To make the mask mix equal parts of the mask and apple cider vinegar. For one useI use 1/3 cup of each with a little extra clay to thicken it up. Do not use a metal bowl or spoon.
  2. Stir until you have a smooth paste. Add more clay or liquid if needed.
  3. Next put it on your face with either your hand or a brush. You want it to be 1/4 - 1/2 in thick on your skin.

Now the directions say let dry for 5-10 min if you have sensitive skin and 15-20 min if you have normal skin. I have sensitive skin but this mask will take up to an hour to dry and I leave it on until it dries.

As the mask dries your face will tighten and you will most likely feel your skin pulsate(it's normal, I swear!)

To remove the mask I like to stretch my face to get it to break off a little and separate it. Do this either over the sink or in the shower. Next, hold your face under with water(if in the shower) with warm water or soak a wash cloth if using the sink and put it on your face. This will make the clay easier to remove. Lastly, pat your face dry with a clean towel.

Your face is supposed to be red! Don't worry it will go away within 30 min.

Use this mask once a week or if you have more impurities like me use it twice a week.

Say hello to beautiful, clear, soft and CLEAN skin!

Why use this Indian Aztec Healing Clay Mask?

Why not, you've tried everything else?

If your like me, you've tried EVERYTHING! This worked for me as well as 1,000's of reviewers (and many more who don't review) and this might be the one thing that works for you as well! Read some of these quotes from Amazon...

  • Love, love, love this mask! I try to use it once a week and I feel like my skin glows for days afterward." I have been using this product for just under a week now, and I have already seen drastic results." -El Pike
  • "After reading reviews of this product for quite some time, I decided to give it a try. The first time I used it, I saw a slight difference, but the second time was a WHOLE other story." -B
  • "I am very, very impressed. I almost sprung for a $20 jar of "mud mask" and I am so glad that I decided to go with this raw clay instead - this stuff is amazing! I have noticed my face being extra oily and rough looking lately. I just used this clay for the first time today, 30 minutes, and I haven't seen or felt my face like this maybe ever. It's incredibly soft, oil-free, blackheads and pores aren't nearly as noticeable, and it looks healthier." -Thomas E.
  • "This is the Best Healing Clay Ever! This has brought back my face back to life. Clear up all my black heads and White head. Now I can look in the Mirror and smile again." -Amazon Customer

And these are only a few!

Before and After Aztec Healing Clay Mask

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