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DIY Homemade Blackhead Removing Mask

If you’ve shifted your beauty routine away from toxic chemical laden products, it doesn’t mean you can’t still indulge in a spa day at home!! With just a few healthy ingredients you can make this DIY Homemade Blackhead Removing Mask that will help to remove those unsightly black heads and refine your skin tone.

How to make a Blackhead Removing Mask

DIY Homemade Blackhead Removing Mask

  1.  Activated Charcoal acts as a magnet to draw dirt out of pores and improves skin-tone by removing dry patches
  2. Bentonite Clay also draws dirt out of pores, absorbs toxins and kills acne causing bacteria
  3. Lavender Essential Oil helps to refine & calm your skin and provides relaxing aromatherapy while your taking time to pamper yourself.  If you have oily, acne prone skin add a drop of Melaleuca Essential Oil also.

All you do is combine everything together with enough water to make a thick paste. Apply to your face using a brush or your fingertips … Sit back, relax and allow your homemade Blackhead Removing Mask to do it’s magic for about 15-20 minutes or until it’s all dry, then rinse is off with warm water. DIY Homemade Blackhead Removing Mask I use this mask AFTER using my Whipped Tallow Facial Cleanser and follow up with my Skin Perfecting Spray Toner after the mask.

DIY Homemade Blackhead Removing Mask

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Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a small bowl, combine all ingredients - adding water in small increments to make a thick paste
  • Apply mask to your face, using a brush or your finger tips
  • Allow to dry 15-20 minutes
  • Rinse throughly with warm water
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11 Comments

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  2. I was wandering where you could buy these ingredients and how expensive they would be. And does this really work for all types of skin?? I mean I already own the doterra essential oils but i don’t know where to find the others.

    1. May Jordan, just click the links in the post 🙂 they will take you to where to buy the items and you’ll see the prices. Yes it is definitely beneficial for all skin types!

  3. 5 stars
    How well does this sit? I’m making up some stuff for myself and some friends to try and i’m curious if it will hold up until they decide to use it?

    1. It will stay moist as long is it’s sealed in an airtight container. If it gets dry they can just add a little water if it takes them a long time to use it.

    1. you can apply it as often as desired, if your skin starts to get dry then I’d reduce the frequency.

    2. 2-3 times a week is probably the most often I’d do it, it may dry your skin out a little if you use it too often.

  4. 5 stars
    Can I use fuller’s earth instead of Bentonite Clay? We don’t get it here. Also, the essential oils are extremely rare and expensive. Any cheaper alternatives?

    1. Perhaps this isn’t the recipe for you, when asking to change 2 of the 3 ingredients in a recipe I can’t guarantee the results. I wish you the best of luck.

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