Self care is important for any routine, and there’s no better way to end a long day than chilling with a face mask on. There are so many different types of face masks, all with different benefits, but today we’re talking about our One Bad Motha’Foamer Face Mask. This bubble clay face mask will have your skin absolutely glowing after you start using it regularly. We’re here to answer all of your pressing questions about this incredible face mask, including: how often should you use one? Read on to find out why we absolutely love this mask and what it can do for your skin.
Why use a bubble clay mask?
Bubble clay masks can bring out the absolute best in your skin. Our One Bad Motha’Foamer Face Mask is made with natural clay and activated charcoal, meaning it’s meant to detox your entire face, draw out impurities, and leave your skin feeling and looking refreshed. This clay mask also doesn’t have the traditional tightness or pinching that comes with other clay masks. It forms a light bubble layer over your face that doesn’t drip or slip off your skin, meaning you can chill and go about your day while it does its job.
What ingredients should you look for in a clay mask?
Our clay masks have some amazing ingredients, and of course, they’re all cruelty free. Our masks use natural clay and activated charcoal to work together as the ultimate detoxing duo. You always want to use natural ingredients in a mask, and ones that will work to truly remove impurities from your skin.
How often should you use a clay face mask?
Our philosophy is that you should use a clay mask whenever you feel like you need a good skin detox. It takes about 10 minutes to do its job, so use it a couple nights a week to truly draw out any impurities, toxins, or nasties you no longer want lingering on your skin.
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About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @sunbirdsoul