Mud masks have been a form of skin care for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Egypt. Masks made with different types of clay are designed to target different skin types or provide different health benefits. So, Which is the best mud mask for your skin?
Mask mud is usually made using 4 different types of mud. Each soil offers unique benefits to the user.
This powdery soil is greyish-white and is a very common type of soil. Masks made with this clay are great for removing excess skin oil and may help acne-prone skin heal. Bentonite clay is known for its ability to remove dirt, oil and other impurities from the skin. This clay mask can also get rid of blackheads. Anairui's Dead Sea Mud Mask is mainly composed of bentonite, which can activate the skin, control acne, purify and shrink pores, and remove blackheads.
Moroccan volcanic mud
This bright orange and yellow earth comes from Morocco. Masks made with this clay have been used to remove blackheads for thousands of years. While removing dirt and toxins from pores, the soil may also reduce inflammation and help retain skin moisture.
French green clay
As the name suggests, the mud is an earthy pale green. French Green Clay Masks are popular for their youthful-looking skin. Plus, green clay may absorb excess oil from the skin while reducing inflammation and even skin tone.
This soil is white, yellow or pink. Pink kaolin is widely used because of its effectiveness, and most of the mud films on the market are made of kaolin. Pink kaolin may reduce skin oil and promote acne healing. However, people with sensitive skin may prefer yellow or white kaolin clays, which are less irritating.
Anairui's most popular turmeric clay mask is made from kaolin clay, turmeric, and other natural ingredients. It is loved and appreciated for its anti-acne, scar repair, and hyperpigmentation reduction properties.
No matter what type of mud film, mud film is rich in minerals and nutrients. Strongly absorbs impurities in the skin. Help the skin to remove dirt first, so as to help the nutrients of subsequent skin care products to be effectively absorbed. The use of mud film is generally applied on the face for 15-20 minutes. When the nutrients contained in it are slowly absorbed by the skin, rinse it off.
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