Sunday, August 30, 2009

Making a Facial Mask Part 3

I am playing around with the essential oils now, adding a little of this and a bit of that, putting in oils that are not only beneficial to the skin, but also creating a pleasant-smelling blend.

This mask is soft and creamy and will rinse off easily. People with mature and dry skin will  be able to use this mask without the irritation a mask that dries very firmly can sometimes produce in more delicate skin.

Now, to try it out!

Check back for Part 4!


  1. Is this a chocolate mask Bubbles???
    Looks delicious!

  2. It is Rose Kaolin clay and Moroccan Clay together - it is pinkish brown! It looks darker because I photographed it under lights. It is sort of dark pinkish brown when applied and dries to a pale pinkish brown. :)