How To Make Face Mask For Oily Skin
Follow these simple steps to make a face mask for oily skin using green clay. It's wonderfully natural and effective.
Today, I'm going to show you how to make a mask for oily skin. So, to make a mask for oily skin, we're going to be using green clay. Now, there are lots of different types of clay you can use - red, pink, white or green - and they are all for different skin types, so if you have a more sensitive skin, you might want to choose a white clay or a pink clay instead, but as we are making a mask for oily skin today, we're going to be using green clay.
For this mask, you will need two teaspoons of green clay, one teaspoon of honey, we are using regular honey here but Manuka honey is great for oily skin. We also need some lavender water or plain water if you don't have lavender flower and a mixing bowl and a spoon to blend your mask. So, we're going to add two teaspoons of green clay to the mixing bowl and we're just going to add enough liquid, enough of the lavender water, just to mix into a smooth paste.
Just a teaspoon of honey. If you prefer a thicker mask, you can add a small amount of extra clay and you could just keep adding until you get the texture you like, if the mask is too thick, then you can just do the same with your lavender flower water. You can just keep adding some liquid until it becomes the consistency that you like.
Now, I'm going to show you how to use your mask with the help of my assistant. I'm actually using a makeup brush to apply this as it's much easier than doing it with your fingers. We just leave this on for five to ten minutes and to remove, you just use a damp face cloth.
And that's how you make a mask for oily skin. .