I stumbled upon Indian Healing Clay on day while scrolling the internet. It came with amazing reviews, so I decided to try it for myself. I got it off amazon for $8.95 and free two day shipping, not a bad start. I had high hopes for this mask that claims to pulsate on your face. When I opened the jar I was surprised, it looked just like dirt! It says to mix the clay with equal parts water which was messy, but soon it started to look more and more like a face mask. It took me a good 10 minutes, but when I was finally when I was done mixing I started to work the goop all over my face.
As I started putting it on I realized just how poorly mixed it was. I had to break up some clumps by massaging the clay deeper into my skin. Once it was fully applied I had to wait about 15 minutes for it to dry. While it was drying my skin started to tighten and I did feel my skin begin to pulsate and tingle. It became hard to talk and by the end of 15 minutes I was so READY to get this stuff off my face. As I was washing the clay off my face, I noticed a huge difference in how soft my skin was.
My hope for this mask was to help reduce the red bumps on my forehead and just over all refresh my skin. You can see the before and after in the picture above. DISCLAIMER: I do have really sensitive skin, so most masks and lotions turn my face red immediately after I use them, this mask is no different. However the biggest, reddest pimple on my forehead was less red and irritated after use. Even into the next morning my skin was more even and softer and some of my smaller pimples had diminished. This Indian Healing Clay face mask is a good buy for the low price, as long as you don’t mind getting a little messy in the mixing process.