Fresh Rose Clay Facial Mask

This fresh rose mask is a versatile, detoxifying addition to your homemade skin care routine.


| September 2015



Herbal Goddess

In "Herbal Goddess," herbalist and yoga teacher Amy Jirsa introduces unique, practical ways to include herbs in your daily life, including medicinal healing, food and lifestyle practices.

Cover courtesy Storey Publishing

Herbal Goddess (Storey Publishing, 2015) is herbalist and yoga teacher Amy Jirsa’s guide to the restorative powers of herbs, including recipes and ideas for healing teas, nourishing foods, and beauty and health treatments. This Rose Facial Clay Mask recipe comes from the chapter “Rediscovering the Most Romantic Bloom.”

You can purchase this book from the Mother Earth Living store: Herbal Goddess.

There’s not much that’s more healing or detoxifying than a good clay mask. It’s super-easy to create your own, and you can use pretty much any flower if you like. This recipe is definitely not set in stone — you have to experiment and do a little trial and error. But once you have adjusted the recipe to your satisfaction, make sure you write down your ingredients and ratios. Make a huge batch and fill a bunch of jars — this stuff has a really long shelf life. You can give some away as gifts as well!

Fresh Rose Clay Facial Mask Recipe

Ingredients:

• 2 tablespoons powdered French green clay (for oily/troubled skin), bentonite clay (for serious healing), or white cosmetic clay (for sensitive, dry, or mature skin)
• 1 teaspoon powdered rose petals (could also include powdered lavender and powdered chamomile)
• 1 tablespoon glycerin
• 1 teaspoon raw apple cider vinegar
• 1 teaspoon jojoba or almond oil (optional, but include for dry skin conditions; use water if you’re omitting the oil)
• 5 drops rose essential oil or 3 drops rose oil, 1 drop lavender oil, and 1 drop chamomile oil

Instructions:

1. Sterilize a 4-ounce jar by boiling it for 10 minutes in a water bath, or run it through your dishwasher.





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