French Clay + Parsley Seed + Chamomile = Nourish
Posted on May 29 2018
Our pores absorb all kinds of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Unfortunately, they also absorb dirt, sweat, makeup, and other unwanted particles. When you unclog your pores, the bacteria that these particles trap there gets freed, making it unable to cause blackheads, whiteheads, and other blemishes.
Finding the perfect facial mask, however, can be a difficult task. Some are too harsh while others leave your skin oily, and more still can be messy and difficult to use. That’s why we set out to create a nourishing face mask complete with parsley seed and chamomile to unclog your pores and clear your complexion.
Nourish Clay Mask is—as you may have guessed—French clay-based, which makes it an extremely travel-friendly product because it won’t be an issue at airport security or leak if you throw it in your bag last minute. French clay contains iron, silica, magnesium, calcium, titanium, sodium, and potassium, minerals which work to draw out toxins and impurities and improve complexion. We infused our favorite French clay with savory parsley seed and calming chamomile to give this unique mask a botanical scent without making it overtly floral. Even more importantly, parsley is an astringent that works to rid your skin of toxins and impurities, while chamomile’s antioxidants help purify your complexion, prevent breakouts, and reduce inflammation.
Have you only ever used parsley and chamomile in the kitchen, like many of us? Now is your chance to change that and see how these natural ingredients can revamp your skin routine.
All you need to do when you are ready to use your mask is mix 1 tablespoon of clay with 1 teaspoon of water in a small bowl and apply it from your hairline to your chin, avoiding your eyes and mouth. You can rinse it off 15 to 20 minutes later (just enough time to fit in an episode of your favorite show on Netflix).
pRo tip: In a hurry to get out the door? Apply Nourish Clay Mask just before you hop in the shower, and rinse it off after shampooing and conditioning your hair.