Some people have been put off using mud masks because of poor experiences in the past that have left them with dry, irritated skin afterwards.
By choosing the right ingredients, it’s possible not only not to irritate sensitive skin, but even to help relieve any sensitivity. It’s important to use a very mild clay, such as the White Clay used here. This will cleanse the skin as gently as possible, while the lavender and chamomile flowers provide a natural but mild anti-bacterial benefit.
There may not be many benefits to having what people would consider oily skin, but reduced signs of aging can definitely be one of them!
Fuller’s Earth Clay
For the rest of us, wrinkles and fine lines are something that we’re going to have to deal with. Although it’s not possible to completely remove the signs of aging – well, at least not be resorting to expensive and painful invasive procedures – we can at least try to reduce them or slow their progress.
The key to this mask is ensuring that the skin gets well-moisturized rather becoming oily. The protein in the egg white helps nourish the skin, while the rose water and green tea provide a gently invigorating experience.