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Clay-based face masks are very popular. This is because they are affordable and easy to use, and also have a good cosmetic effect. There are many types of clay, each of which in its own way affects the skin of the face. Clay can be used as an independent tool, as well as make many masks on its basis, adding various components (essential oils, decoctions and extracts of herbs, oatmeal, dairy products, etc.).
Clay has an excellent absorbent property, deeply cleanses pores, relieves acne, has an anti-inflammatory effect, eliminates peeling, improves blood microcirculation and collagen production.
Very often, the basis for cosmetic masks is white clay (kaolin). Such clay was used in ancient Rome as a cosmetic and decorative product for the care of face and body skin.
This is due to the following factors:
Cosmetics based on kaolin are very versatile: they are suitable for all skin types, and will also become an integral beauty tool for both young girls and mature women.
It is a mistake to believe that white clay is a remedy only for oily and problem skin. By combining clay with other components, essential oils and aloe vera, for example, you can create masks even for thin and sensitive skin.
1. Improves the supply of oxygen to the skin, and also supplies it with zinc, calcium, potassium, magnesium and nitrogen.
2. It evens out pigmentation, helps to restore the tone of aging skin, by stimulating the production of collagen and blood circulation, tightens the oval of the face, making its outline more clear.
3. The essential oils in the masks, in turn, have a strong therapeutic effect on the skin, affect the regeneration process, help to cope with inflammatory reactions, soothe and soften the skin.