A highly nourishing, deep cleansing mask for incredibly silky, soft, smooth skin.
Australian green bentonite clay is a powerful detoxifying clay rich in trace minerals and excellent at drawing toxins from the skin and absorbing excess sebum. Blended with pure aloe vera powder to help soothe and hydrate skin, and wild-harvested Australian native Gubinge, or Kakadu Plum - the most potent natural source of Vitamin C which plays a vital role in collagen production.
With a touch of invigorating lemon myrtle and palmarosa oils, known for stimulating faster skin cell turnover - this makes the ultimate mud mask (or bath soak!) to leave everything feeling smooth, clean and refreshed.
Mix roughly 1/4 teaspoon with a tiny bit of water in the palm of your hand until you achieve a nice smooth consistency. Bentonite clay swells quite a bit meaning you only need to use a tiny amount per application, so this small tin will last you a very long time! Optional but highly recommended - add a pump of your favourite facial oil to make the mask even more hydrating especially if you suffer from very dry or sensitive skin (the Kakadu Plum Clarifying Oil is perfect for this!). Apply a thin layer all over the face and leave to dry for 5-10 minutes. Remove with a clean hot towel and enjoy that silky smooth feeling.
You can also use this product as a daily powder cleanser by simply dipping wet fingers into the powder and massaging into your skin to remove impurities and gently exfoliate. Alternatively, pop a tablespoon or so straight into your bath and soak up all the goodness that way for a luscious whole body treatment.
CHECK THE INGREDIENTS!
sodium bentonite, terminalia ferdinandiana (gubinge / kakadu plum) powder, aloe barbadensis (aloe) powder, essential oils: backhousia citriodora (lemon myrtle) and cymbopogon martinii (palmarosa).
This is a natural product with a limited shelf life.
Please use within 24 months of purchase.
Once empty - KEEP THE TIN! You can return it for a $2 refill discount (check out the 'important to note' page to find out how) or alternatively find a way to repurpose or recycle it. Aluminium is infinitely recyclable, and the label is completely biodegradable paper with non-toxic, plant-based inks and adhesives.