Clay masks are one of the best things that have ever happened to humans. If you find the right clay mask, it could heal every bone in your body. Wait, I may be a little dramatic but still.
If you want to know more about the best clay masks for each skin type, keep reading because I have the top clay masks for you below!
Best clay mask for oily and acne prone skin
Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay
When I say this stuff is magic…I mean it. It’s number one on my list because it’s my weekly ritual. Actually, I use it twice a week. Sunday’s and Wednesday’s. The best part about this mask? The feeling of it working. After 15 minutes, your skin will get tighter and tighter. I have never EVER seen results this amazing. After you wash it off, your face may be red, but just wait until you see how clean your pores are.
Best clay mask for Combination Skin
Paula’s Choice Skin Balancing Oil-Absorbing Mask
This multitasking mask has both sides of combination skin covered: soothing oatmeal and sea whip is heaven on dry skin, while bentonite and kaolin clays absorb oils from pores and willow bark helps treat and prevent acne. Use it once or twice week for 10-15 minutes and you’ll notice a change in your skin as it becomes clearer and smoother.
Best Clay Mask for Dry and Sensitive Skin
Charlotte Tilbury Goddess Skin Clay Mask
Maintaining dry and sensitive skin is difficult especially when trying to find products that won’t irritate your skin even more.
The intent of this mask is to visibly lift, smooth, brighten, and tighten pores for BABY SKIN. So reads Charlotte’s unhinged product copy on the pale pink tube of this mask. The fresh, sweet rose scent and light, creamy texture are refreshing for all senses.
Breakouts are beyond annoying. Trust me, I know. If you haven’t taken the leap and tried a clay mask, you are missing out. There is no harm in trying something new! You never know–it may be your next favorite beauty product 🙂
What’s Your Skin Type?
Oily Skin: Overall, this skin type produces excess oil from overactive sebum glands. Skin develops a greasy sheen throughout the day and is oily to the touch only a few hours after washing. Clogged pores are a common struggle.
Combination Skin: This skin type is both dry and oily, with the T zone being oily and cheeks and chin dry. This skin type tends to struggle with addressing both dry, sensitive skin and excess oil production.
Sensitive Skin: This skin type is easily irritated by products with chemicals or harsh ingredients, becoming red, dry, and painful.
Mature Skin: This skin type is lacking in collagen and elasticity, appearing less vibrant.