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Moisturizing DIY Powder-To-Clay Mask – Single Use
MSRP: $2.99
  • For: For dry skin
  • Size: 0.17 fl oz / 5 g / 1 SINGLE USE MASK
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Yes to being a DIY diva and mixin' it up with coconut for moisturized, soft skin.

Specially formulated for dry skin, Yes To Coconut Moisturizing DIY Powder-To-Clay Mask is the ultimate in customizable natural skin care. The unique powder formula can be mixed with natural ingredients like yogurt, avocado or orange juice for added benefits. What will you add? The single use mask includes a bowl and spatula for easy mixing and application.

99% natural ingredients

Formulated without Parabens, SLS and Silicones

Leaping Bunny Certified

Vegan

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2 / 5
1 out of 5 (20%) reviewers recommend this product.
5 / 5
super
May 14, 2018
I loved this I'm so disappointed with the other reviews. I am a thrifty person by nature so I decided to try and use less powder for a use so I could get multiple uses. I put in about 25% of the powder and added like a couple drops of drop of water at a time and mixed until I found the right consistency. It's not a lot of water at all, seriously should be counted as drops not tsp or mL. It was plenty to cover my whole face with an even thin layer. Smelled amazing and felt great while on (20 minutes) and after washed off. I used a small ceramic cup instead of the included paper thingy, and kept the applicator which I still use for other masks. In the end I got like 5 uses with the last one being just "problem areas."
Yes, I recommend this product
1 / 5
Red burnt face!
May 20, 2018
I’ve used the charcoal diy mask before, and it was fun, so I decided to give this one a try. Bad idea! My skin can handle pretty much anything, but thanks to this mask, my face is red and burns. It’s clear where I put the mask on because the rest of my face is its normal color versus the bright, sunburn red! I’m typing this review from halfway inside my freezer because the cold is the only thing that relieves this pain. At least the mask smells nice.
1 / 5
terrible
April 1, 2018
i bought this on first time whim and i will never do so again it was messy, the box was flimsy, it was not enough powder and called for too much water, which left for not a ample amount of mask to apply, even after applying my added (and suggested from the packaging) ingredients it was ineffective, frustrating and a complete waste of time and money very disapointing
1 / 5
This product is horrible
September 17, 2017
I used this one and the tomato one and both made mine and my boyfriends face burn and turn all red. It also doesn't say it's cruelty free but on the website it does so I wonder which one is true but I'd never buy these products again.
2 / 5
Didn't include powder
July 15, 2017
Ok so I was excited to get this mask so I opened it and inside I found a bowl spoon but no powder to make the mask I'm so mad I was very excited about this mask

Open paper bowl found inside. Open the powder sachet and place powder in the bowl. Add water to line inside bowl. Mix to create a clay. To customize your mask, mix the powder with other natural ingredients. Use the back side of mixing spoon to apply an even layer to face, avoiding eye area, eyebrows and hairline. Relax for 10 minutes (20 for an even deeper treatment). Remove with a damp face cloth, then rinse with warm water.

How to DIY

Coconut Extract a tropical moisturizer. Now I want a piña colada!

Montmorillonite, Kaolin, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Fragrance (Parfum), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Extract, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil Powder, Lactobacillus Ferment, Coumarin.

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