Excellent DIY Green Clay Mask for Radiant Skin

Clay masks are very much sort after masks and that’s simply because of its skin benefits. Clay masks has a very soothing effect on the skin which everyone loves. If you are also a fan of clay masks then I have something even better for you and that is green clay mask.

DIY Green Clay Mask

Green clay mask:

Green clay mask also called as French green clay mask is becoming the hot favorite product of girls for obvious reasons! Green clay is basically an organic material that contains a whole lot of essential minerals, seaweed, kelp’s as well as iron oxides. Green clay mask has the ability to pull out the impurities clogging the pores and exfoliates, tightens as well as tones the skin. Green clay mask can be used twice a week and the best thing about this mask is that the green clay mask works well for sensitive skin too. Green clay mask is also known to decrease the inflammation of skin as well skin lifting. It is it’s porous structure that lets green clay mask to be a natural adsorbent, as a result of which it eliminates all kind of dirt, oil as well as toxins from the skin.

DIY Green Clay Mask

Here are some of DIY Green clay mask recipe:

1. Green clay mask to cleanse the skin:


  • Green clay- 2-3 tablespoons
  • Olive oil-5-6 drops
  • Egg yolk- 1
  • Non-carbonated mineral water
  • Lemon or chamomile oil- 2 drops

Method: Take the green clay mask in a container and pour cold water into it and mix it until a smooth paste is formed. To that add egg yolk, lemon or chamomile oil and olive oil. Apply this mask all over your face and neck and leave it until it dries. Wash it off using cold water and follow it with a moisturizer.

2. DIY Detox green Clay Mask


  • Green clay- 1 tablespoon
  • Frankincense essential oil- 4 drops
  • Maca root powder- 1 teaspoon
  • Apple cider vinegar- 2 tablespoon

Method: Take all the ingredients except essential oil in a container and mix well. When a smooth paste is ready, add essential oil 4 drops to it. Apply this mask evenly on the face as well as the neck and let it dry for ten minutes. Once it dries, wash it off with lukewarm water and follow it with a good moisturizer.

3. Green clay mask with cucumber


  • Green clay- 2 tablespoons
  • Cucumber- half slice

Method: Take the cucumber and grate it, mix this with green clay. Once a smooth mask is ready apply it on the face and neck with your fingers or you can use a brush. Once the mask is dry wash it off with cold water.

DIY Green Clay Mask

4. Green clay and honey mask


  • Green clay- 3 tablespoons
  • Honey- 1 teaspoon
  • milk- 3 tablespoons

Method: In a bowl mix the green clay, honey and milk until a thick paste is formed. Apply this thick mask liberally on your face and neck. Let it dry, and then wash the green clay mask with cold water.

5. Green clay mask to reduce acne


  • Green clay- 1 tablespoon
  • Egg white- 1
  • Olive oil- 1 teaspoon
  • Kiwi( peeled and minced)- 1

Method: Take all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Once a smooth consistency is achieved, apply it on the face and neck. Leave it on for about 10 minutes and then wash off the green clay mask with cold water.

Green clay mask with yogurt


  • Green clay- 2 tablespoons
  • Yogurt- 2 tablespoons
  • sea clay- 2 tablespoons
  • green tea powder- 1 tablespoon
  • Peppermint and nettles(ground)- 1 teaspoon

Method: Mix all ingredients and apply it on the face and neck. Leave it on for 10 minutes and then wash off.

Note: If you plan to store the green clay mask, do so in a non-metal container.

You can use filter water instead of apple cider vinegar

To mix the mask make sure you use a wooden or a plastic spoon, this is because green clay has tendency of extracting the toxins from metal.

Also Read – How to Use French Green Clay for Skin Care Here

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Divya Rechesh

Divya Rechesh is a Freelance Writer based in Mumbai currently. Outgoing, spunky and practical is what describes her the best. She hopes to experience new things everyday in life and contribute something to this world through her writing.

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