Tuesday, January 29, 2013

DIY Mineral Mud Mask

I love using this homemade Mineral Mud Mask.  It is like escaping to a spa, without leaving home.

The Dead Sea Mineral Mud in this recipe is not the same kind of mud you may find in your backyard.  All I find in my Florida backyard is sand.  ;o)  Dead Sea Mineral Mud is loaded with wonderful rich elements, that include Dead Sea salts and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium.

Mineral Mud Mask
Ingredients:
1 Tablespoon of Dead Sea Mineral Mud
2-3 Drops of Spearmint Essential Oil
3-4 Drops of Rosemary Essential Oil
3-4 Drops of Frankincense Essential Oil
Directions:
In small bowl combine the dead sea mud and essential oils.  Mix well to combine the oils with the mud.
Instructions:
Apply a thin layer directly on your face, avoiding your eyes, nose and lips.  Leave this on for a intensive moisturizing treat for up to 15 minutes.  Rinse and wash the mask away with warm water and a soft cloth.  Follow up with your favorite toner and facial moisturizer.

Results:
In just a few minutes after applying this mask I feel a tingling effect.  As the mud starts to dry, I feel my face tightening.  After I wash the mud treatment off my face, I am always happy with the results.  My face looks fresher, brighter, smoother and is super soft.  

Tips:
  • Rosemary essential oil can help wake up tired or mature skin, helping it appear healthier and younger looking.
  • Frankincense oil is one of the best essential oils for your face, as it helps to keep your skin looking youthful and firm.
  • Applying a facial mask 1-2 times per week can drastically improve the quality of your complexion.
  • This mud mask is lightly exfoliating and unclogs pores.
  • If you have oily skin or acne add a spoon full of green clay to this recipe to draw out the oily and impurities.
  • After you remove this mask spray your face and neck with Facial Toner, and apply Shea Butter Facial Lotion to restore a natural balance.
  • Dead Sea Mineral Mud is available for purchased in my Etsy Shop.


Thanks for stopping in and visiting my blog.  I am happy that you visited my little corner of the web, and I hope that you will stop by often.
Smiles, Paula



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11 comments:

  1. Where do you find Dead Sea Mineral Mud? This looks like it would be fun to do and very beneficial.

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    1. Dead Sea Mud can often be found at a health food store, or online. I love using this mask because it makes my face so super soft.

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  2. This looks like it would be refreshing. Where can you find all of these products?
    Bev

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    http://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com

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    1. Check your local health food store, or online. Thanks for stopping by and following along. ;o)

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  3. I am so going to my local health food store to see if they carry the Dead Sea Mud! This sounds so great!

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  4. Love all your DIY posts, Paula.

    please edit that first comment, I mixed my letters up :(

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    Kathie

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  6. I feel relaxed just thinking about it! I would love to have you come link up your favorite posts at 'Or so she says...'. The link party will be open until this Tuesday. (Sat-Tues, every week.) Hope to see you there!

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  7. Oops! I just saw the answers to my question. Can you remove that part of my post? I don't have a blog - yet! - so I got distracted trying to figure out how to post as a non-blogger. =P Currently, I'm more of a Pinterest gal and love pinning your recipes! ~Debbie deb.guer@gmail.com

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  8. I have updated this blog post to include a link to purchased a jar of Dead Sea Mineral Mud from my Etsy shop.

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