Today we’re taking a look at pink clay masks and why this is one colour of clay you want all over your face too.
Clay comes in so many different colours – brown, pink, greenand everything in between. But even with so many types of clay masks available in Australia, pink clay has risen above the rest to be the cult hit.
With clay masks, you’re generally going to see Kaolin as the key ingredient. A fine and light clay, kaolin has natural absorbency properties, that soak up excess oils and stale sebum.
Within kaolin however, there are differences based on the colour of the clay. While green clay is the most absorbent, it can have the effect of removing not just oil and sebum, but moisture as well.
Pink clay is gentler, having the same efficacy as green clay while maintaining your skin’s natural hydration. Pink clay is also full of minerals that absorb oil and impurities. It’s great acne-prone, dull and congested skin.
Our pick of pink clay masks is the Cosmetea Black Tea Pink Clay Mask.
With skin resurfacing benefits that boost firmness and elasticity, this pink mask looks almost good enough to eat as well! The effects of this mask are magnified with adding black tea and bentonite to unclog pores and refresh dull skin.
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