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clay facial polish

clay facial polish

Regular price $15.00
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Dry skin, especially on your face can be irritating and hard to hide. Frequent application of moisturizers isn't always the solution.

Sugar works as a wonderful exfoliant to gently remove dead skin cells without damaging the healthy skin. Kaolin is one of the most gentle clays available in skin care and works to unclog pores and soothe any irritations. Finally, the aloe vera powder not only adds moisture but it helps to encourage healthy skin regeneration resulting in a glowing, fresh complexion.

2 fl oz glass jar; approximately 4 - 8 uses.

Cruelty-Free, Exfoliating, Palm Oil Free, Unscented, Vegan, and Zero Waste


White sugar, Bentonite clay and Powdered aloe vera.


Shake or scoop a quarter size amount into a small dish. Add oil and stir to create a paste. Gently massage paste on to face avoiding eyes. Rinse with warm water and follow up with a moisturizer if needed.


Reuse or recycle glass jar. This item is also part of our Take Back Program, more information at link below.



Q: What kind of oil should I use?

A: A great oil can often be found in the kitchen. We recommend anything from olive oil to grapeseed oil or even a hemp oil. Each of these will help moisturize while lightly polishing away dead skin cells.

Q: How often should I use this Face Polish?

A: We find that using the polish every 2 - 3 weeks helps keep skin looking fresh while reducing the risk of any irritation that could be caused from overuse. Note: Everyone's skin is different, if you notice irritation discontinue or reduce frequency of use.

Q: How much oil should I add?

A: When creating a paste we find 3 parts dry polish to 1 part oil is a good ratio. Example: 3 tsp Face Polish + 1 tsp oil, stir until combined.

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