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Aromatherapy, Skin Care

DIY Clay Mask for Skin Renewal

Treat yourself to an at-home spa treatment with this DIY clay mask recipe from our friends at NOW Foods! Clay masks are deeply purifying, working to soak up dirt and excess oil and remove impurities from skin. Rosemary oil is packed with antioxidants, helping to speed cell turnover and improve skin’s elasticity. Rosehip oil helps replenish moisture to dry skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Use this mask 1-2 times weekly for younger, more supple looking, totally nourished skin.

Here’s how to make it:



  1. Mix ingredients together in a bowl to a creamy paste.
  2. Apply to face and neck area, allow 10-15 minutes to dry, then rinse off with warm water and apply moisturizer.
  3. Avoid sensitive areas, and use 1-2 times weekly as needed.

Check out all of our essential oil DIY recipes here, learn all about essential oils here, and visit our Aromatherapy DIY Shop to stock up on your supplies.


Please Keep In Mind

This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. We cannot provide medical advice or specific advice on products related to treatments of a disease or illness. You must consult with your professional health care provider before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, and before taking, varying the dosage of or ceasing to take any medication.

  • Stephanie
    Posted at 21:47h, 11 October Reply

    Can this be stored? If so, for how long?

    • Valerie
      Posted at 13:31h, 10 August Reply

      Has a yone answred the previous comments? I would also like to know if this can be stored.

      • Stephanie Wilson
        Posted at 13:47h, 10 August Reply

        Because of the water content, this mask is best to make as you use it. Hope that helps! 🙂

    • Stephanie Wilson
      Posted at 13:47h, 10 August Reply

      This mask contains water, so I would recommend using it within a week. It’s best to use in small batches! 🙂

  • Rebecca
    Posted at 12:23h, 17 November Reply

    I’d also love to know if this could be made ahead to give as Christmas gifts??


    • Stephanie Wilson
      Posted at 13:48h, 10 August Reply

      This DIY mask does contain water, but because it contains no preservatives it’s probably best to make in small batches for your own use. Or you can make a larger batch, and treat friends to a girls’ night in mask party! 🙂

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