Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Works
The Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay quickly became a staple in my skin care routine. The mask claims to be the world’s powerful clay masks..and no doubt it is. Definitely not an understatement. I’ve been using this for a month, 1-2 a week and my skin have improved drastically.
I suffer from really bad acne and as you can see, the change is drastic. You have to try this face mask, it will change your life, as much as it did me. to notice a change you have to be consistent, just like with any other thing, consistency is key to success. Might sound cliche but it’s true. Overall with consistent use it took me around 2 month to see a big change. It’s definitely one the best thing I’ve tried and is definitely holy grail for good.
HOW TO USE
The instructions state to mix with equal parts water and/ or apple cider vinegar. Personally I use raw apple cider vinegar as I find it gives the best results. It creates a better consistency, which apply easier to the face.
I use one table spoon of vinegar and clay to create a smooth paste.
I apply it after washing face thoroughly to remove existing dirts /oils.
Once applied to the face, I’ll let the mask sit for 20 minutes or until dry.
To remove, wash face with warm water to dislodge the clay..which should easily wash off.
Follow up with a toner and/or moisturizer.
It not only work wonders for skincare but hair care too. This may sound odd but The clay can be used to thoroughly cleanse hair. It can transform your hair in a matter of minutes. The healing properties in this clay can undo any damage.
To use on hair, mix the clay with the apple cider vinegar and apply it to the hair. Let it sit for few minutes before washing out. Follow up with a moisturizing conditioner and /or deep treatments.
Best to use organic apple cider vinegar with “the mother”. I find the Bragg brand the best
Regular use of the clay can clog drains, so use a drain mesh or maintain regular by using a drain unblocker.
if you have extremely sensitive skin use with water or dilute with both water and vinegar, so it’s no so harsh.