Have You Ever Heard of French Rose Clay?



If you haven’t well then listen up, I know you’ll want to hear about this. French Rose Clay also known as Pink Kaolin is one of the mildest of all facial clays. It helps stimulate circulation while gently exfoliating and cleansing the skin. It is a pure, fine clay and because of its beautifully unique rosy color, which is derived from naturally occurring iron oxides in the clay, you can even use it as a facial powder or blush, I do! As a masque it is safe for all skin types, even dry. For a quick easy mask just add a bit of water to about a teaspoon of the clay, mix until you get a wet clay-like consistency and apply to face. Wait about 20 minutes and when the clay is fully dry rinse and pat dry. But, if you want a real in-home spa experience try this: 

Bring a pot of water to a boil. After the pot has stopped boiling and is taken off the stove massage a few drops of Sans Nourish Face Serum all over your face. Bring your face to a safe and comfortable distance to the steaming water and steam your face over the pot for a few minutes. The steam will open your pores and will penetrate the serum into the pores loosening and drawing out any impurities.

Mix about a teaspoon of clay together with water until a creamy consistency is achieved. Apply to face avoiding eye area. Allow the mask to dry completely. The mask will change to a lighter color and become tight when fully dry. Rinse well with cool water until face is completely clean. Pat dry. Follow with another few drops of Sans Nourish Face Serum all over face to restore moisture.

And for something really special instead of water mix the clay with pure honey, or greek yogurt, or try adding milk instead of water!

I just LOVE French Rose Clay! I promise your skin will feel amazing!

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