Wildcare Bee Rosy Exfoliating Clay Mask
Masking is one of the most relaxing ways to treat yourself to a little you time. Reaching for your favorite treatment and watching your favorite show can make a great end to your week, but your skin might not always be feeling the same. Luckily, if you have the Wildcare Bee Rosy Exfoliating Mask on your top shelf, you have three masks in one. Keep on reading below to figure out how.
Formulated with hibiscus, yarrow, and rose hips for a soft yet detoxifying treatment, the Bee Rosy Exfoliating mask has a rough clay texture that starts as a powder and becomes a mask when mixed with liquids. Here's where the customizing comes in. By mixing with Organic Yogurt, dry skinned ladies can get a moisture charged mask that brings softness and suppleness to the skin. Leave on until it feels dry, or you feel you skin has soaked up all of the nutrients and then rinse off gently with water.
For a deeper detox, using apple cider vinegar and placing on spots with blackheads or frequent breakouts can help minimize dirt and bacteria. Girls with oily skin may also find this helpful on the tzone to reduce oils.
For ladies with sensitive skin, using plain water is fine to smooth out the powdery consistency. We recommend only using in spots you think you need the mask if you have sensitive skin, especially to flakes and peels.
After using a detoxing and exfoliating mask, it's best to rehydrate skin using an oil and a moisturizer. Wildcare recommends their Wild Melon Facial Oil to rejuvinate the skin and create the best results.