Aztec Clay Mask – How To Use & 6 Awesome Recipes

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In the beauty business, facial masks are blooming! They are everywhere, and every brand is trying their hands on facial masks. And thankfully, many masks are super affordable!

Facial masks do provide many benefits to the skin. Talking about masks, an Aztec clay mask is known as one of the most beneficial. And it’s derived from Mother Nature and is completely natural!

It is made from bentonite clay, and its properties have been highly beneficial. Did you know Clay masks are can also be used on the hair and the body? Clay masks can also help in treating skin issues like acne! This is getting interesting now!

The best part it’s affordable, and all my beauties can purchase it. Today we’re going to indulge in some serious skin-friendly recipes of Aztec Clay.

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Aztec Clay Mask How to Use

What is Aztec Clay?

Aztec clay is commonly sold in a solid container with a twist lid. It carries  100% natural calcium bentonite clay, free of any additives like fragrances or animal products. (Vegan chicks impressed✅).

The container usually lasts up to several months. You can use the powdered clay directly from the container, mixing it with water, but it’s way better to make it into a customized mask to suit your skin’s needs. Little effort=happy skin

Bentonite clay also contains calcium and sodium, although the common type used for cosmetics/skincare is calcium bentonite. This type of clay is found in many parts of the world. This Clay is found in the USA, France, Egypt, India, etc.

Benefits of Aztec Clay Mask

There are many benefits to using Aztec clay on the skin like

  • Bentonite can remove out the positive-charged contaminants from the skin due to anionic pull.
  • It also energizes the body, and it has a ph level of 9.7
  • Aztec clay draws the blood flow towards the cheeks and T zone due to constricting the skin and tissues.
  • It helps to treat acne-prone skin and diminishes the appearance of scars.
  • This clay mask controls skin sebum (skin oil) production.
  • It doesn’t leave any film on the skin after usage; the Clay is non-oily and non-greasy.

How to use an Aztec Clay Mask?

The best way to use your bentonite clay is to make it into a clay mask. The recipe is not at all complicated. The fun part of making clay masks is that you can add your choice of ingredients to it according to your skin requirements. Also, all skin types can use an Aztec clay mask.

For example, you can also add essential oils, which provide has soothing properties. They can make your facial mask smell beautiful, also benefiting your skin.

Aztec Clay Mask Recipes

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Clay Mask Recipes | Pic: healthyoptions.com

Aztec Clay with vinegar (for oily skin)

You could use this mask on any part of the body. You will need 2 tablespoons of Aztec Secret Indian healing clay or any Aztec clay, 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, one plastic or glass bowl, One wooden or plastic spoon for this recipe mixing. Mix all the ingredients and apply using a brush. Let it dry and rinse off with water. This pack is most suited to oily skin types. You could use this mask once every week.

Tip- Use a non-metal container while using Aztec Clay

Clay with activated charcoal (for double detox)

Both Aztec Clay and activated charcoal have skin detoxifying properties. Vitamin E capsule acts as a skin supplement. This is a perfect mask for anyone who needs to cleanse the skin deep.

You will need 1 tablespoon Aztec clay,1 tablespoon activated charcoal and 1 vitamin E capsule. Mix all the ingredients in a non-metal bowl. And apply on cleansed skin. Let it sit for 15-20min till dried. Rinse off with lukewarm water.

Aztec Clay with Rose Water (Queen’s Favorite)

Indian ancient queen like Noor Jahan bathed in rose water and used rose water for her beauty ritual, and shah Jahan built her Taj Mahal!

Disclaimer- using rose water can’t get you a prince! I hope the value of rose water increases now!

You will need one tablespoon of Aztec clay, 1 tablespoon rosehip oil,1 tablespoon rose water or more to make a thick creamy paste, 1 drop of essential oil (any of your choice). If you have rose water, it would be a match made in heaven! Mix all the ingredients. Apply on clean skin, let it sit for 20-30min till the mask is dried. Wash off with lukewarm water.

Aztec Clay with green tea (for anti-aging)

This mask is best suited for mature skin as it’s loaded with anti-aging properties. Women in the late twenties and above can use it (there is no age limit for skin masking).

For this Clay mask, you will need two tablespoons of green tea (cooled to room temperature) + Vitamin-C serum or 1 capsule. And 1 drop of essential oil. Combine the ingredients and apply them to clean skin. Let it sit for 15-20min. Rinse off with cold water and apply a moisturizer.

Aztec Clay with yogurt (for soothing skin)

In this mask, we’re adding yogurt, which helps to exfoliate dead skin cells and tighten the pores with natural lactic acid. Yogurt contains anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties to help to lighten blemishes.

You will need one tablespoon of Clay powder and 1 tablespoon of fresh/old yogurt. Combine the two and form a thick creamy paste. Apply on freshly washed skin. And let it sit for 15-20min. Wash off with cold water.

Aztec Clay with Honey ( for fighting acne-fighting)

In this recipe, the star ingredient is honey. Having antibacterial and antioxidant properties, honey is beneficial if you are looking for that glow. It also fights acne and nourishes aged skin.

You will need 1 tablespoon water, 1 tablespoon raw/organic honey, one tablespoon Aztec Clay. Mix all the ingredients in a non-metal container. And let it stay for 15-20 minutes, wash off with lukewarm water.

Check out these Aztec clay masks

Now you know how you can use this magical Aztec clay mask on your skin. I hope you enjoy your weekend masking with your BFF with Aztec clay mask recipes.

Don’t forget to share this valuable information with your friends or anyone who needs it! 🙂

3 thoughts on “Aztec Clay Mask – How To Use & 6 Awesome Recipes”

  1. I use bentonite clay with activated charcoal once a week and it works amazingly as a deep pore cleansing mask. Great to get all that gunk out.

  2. This face mask is the TRUTH. Thank you for these recipes! I’m excited to try them out as I’m wearing the clay mask right now.

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