Clay facial masks are an easy and inexpensive way for both men and women to pamper themselves and invigorate their skin. Creating an application technique that works for your skin will get you one step closer to a beautiful complexion.
Clay masks are a simple way to give your skin a boost and some TLC without getting regular facials. With the amount of pollution, dirt and grime skin comes in contact with, it is no wonder that people are looking for products that can naturally deeply clean their complexions.
Our face has different zones in which the skin can vary in thickness, texture, pore size and the number of oil-producing glands. Not surprisingly, each of these zones may have very different needs and require individual attention. Applying the same clay face mask everywhere may not help treat the different needs of your facial skin zones, and can possibly aggravate the skin in certain areas.
Hydrosols are the pure and natural waters that are produced during the steam distillation of plant materials such as leaves, flowers, peels, berries, wood, stems and roots. They are produced during the same distillation process that also extracts the essential oils. While hydrosols are less concentrated than their essential oil counterparts, they can offer subtle aromatherapy as well as their own therapeutic benefits.