How to make clay masks? Rules for selecting and applying masks
- 14 Oct 17:30
Masks from clay have a lot of useful properties, so those who care about the beauty of their skin, it is necessary to make clay masks in their arsenal. Clay has decontamination and bactericidal properties, helps to combat acne rashes, reducesenlarged pores, whitens skin, smoothes wrinkles, makes the skin smooth and tightened.
In order to get the maximum effect from the procedure, it is very important to know how to properly make clay masks, as well as how to apply them and remove them.
Rules for choosing and applying facial masks
For filtering or mineral water without gas, dilute clay. It is necessary to fill the clay with water and leave it for a while( so that it absorbs water in it), and then stir well. The consistency of the mask should not be too fluid so that it does not flow out, and too thick, otherwise it will be difficult to apply on the face evenly.
Before applying the face mask, it is necessary to clean and lightly touched with a towel. The cooked mask should be distributed evenly over the skin, except for the area around the eyes. The skin here is particularly delicate and tender, and, besides, there are no glands that produce fat, because of which the area of the eye is most prone to the formation of mimic wrinkles. Therefore, if you apply a clay mask to the area of the eye, it will be over dried.
The length of time the mask is applied depends on the type of skin and the for the skin is for twenty minutes, with for normal and combined for ten, and for for dry for only five. If you feel that the mask begins to dry out, you should immediately wash it in order to prevent dehydration of the skin.
In order to remove the clay mask, it is necessary to moisten it well with water, and then rinse with warm water. After removing the mask, be sure to grease your face with a nutritious moisturizer.
The frequency of clay treatments for the face again depends on the type of skin. With oily skin clay mask is recommended to be done in 3-4 days, and in normal and dry - in a week.
Masks with body clay
Clay masks can be used not only for face, but also for hips, neck, and chest. At the same time, the clay can be applied to the skin before bedtime and left overnight by turning over the food film. Clay can also be used as a scrub, then it should be applied not on dry, but on a damp skin.
Masks from the clay
The colosal help is given by clay and hair care. The colorful palette of clay offers a wide range of effects.
- White clay returns the elasticity of the hair, makes a hairbrush with a thin, more voluminous hair.
- Black clay better than others cleans the hair and scalp against contamination and dandruff.
- Gray - restores brittle and dried hair, nourishes and nourishes the energy of the curls after the seaside holidays.
- Blue - thanks to the rich mineral cocktail stimulates hair growth and increases their density.
- Yellow clay can cleanse the scalp from toxic substances, has antibacterial properties.
- Green - controls the secretion of skin fat, eliminates greasy shine, strengthens the hair roots and circulation in the scalp.
- Red - the perfect choice for sensitive head skin.
- Pink clay due to its restorative properties is shown for cut and fragile hair.
Picking clay according to your needs, you can deliver a lot of benefits to the hair. To get the best result, use the following rules. On a clean head gently put the composition of the mask from the roots and to the very ends. In order not to damage the hair of dried clay in stone, you need to wrap your head with polyethylene and warm the floor with a towel. Limit the time of masks for 30 minutes, rinse with warm water and rinse with a decoction of useful herbs. Dry hair needs naturally. The frequency of procedures once a week for prevention, for medical purposes - twice.
Who knows, cosmetic clay masks may help you cope with situations that seem hopeless.