Clay mask recipe for dry skin

05 Mar 2021

Recette de masque à l'argile pour peau sèche - Dry skin facial mask recipe

The clay mask recipe for dry skin contains Rhassoul clay (Ghassoul) known for its smoothness. It has cleansing properties and is free of surfactants.



This dry skin mask recipe is affordable and easy to make, it contains only 3 ingredients available at Vert Essentiel.





  1. Mix the three ingredients well together until a homogeneous paste is obtained.
  2. Apply to clean face and leave on for 5 to 10 minutes*.
  3. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
  4. Repeat this treatment once a week.


*Important: A clay mask should not be left to dry completely on the face before being rinsed off. Indeed, the cliché of a person who can no longer speak because his mask is stiff is a myth. The presence of oil in this recipe prevents the mask from drying on the face and thus keeps the clay active. If, by chance, it starts to dry before the recommended 5 minutes, simply spray floral water on the face to keep it moisturized. After rinsing, your skin should not feel tight and should be soft and moisturized.    


Note: Avoid using metal utensils to mix the clay.  


In addition, for radiant skin, we recommend that you exfoliate your face before applying this clay mask for dry skin.


But you don’t know which exfoliant to choose? Consult our exfoliant and mask section to find an exfoliant that suits your skin type.


The Konjac sponge is also an effective and gentle exfoliating solution for all skin types. It is also an economic and zero-waste solution.


Finally, we have adapted this dry skin clay mask recipe for sensitive skin and also oily and acne-prone skin.


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