DIY Chocolate Clay Mask

Watch Gloria Noto's tutorial on how to make a clay face mask that will detoxify and hydrate your skin—then make your own!

Chocolate Clay Mask Tutorial

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This face mask is designed for skin that's had a rough week. Chocolate and green tea work their antioxidant magic on blemishes and signs of fatigue, while the clay tones and clarifies the face. Topped off with Noto Botanics' Deep Serum, the mask will leave behind a moisturizing layer, which hydrates and brightens skin.

What You Need

2 tablespoons of rhassoul or bentonite clay

2 ounces of green tea (plain water also works)

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2 ounces of organic cocoa powder

5 to 10 drops of Noto Botanics Deep Serum

How to Make It

Step One

Combine clay (try Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, which you can find at drugstores and wellness stores), cocoa powder, and green tea or water in a bowl, and mix until the ingredients form a paste.

Step Two

Add 5 to 10 drops of the Deep Serum to the mixture, then mix. (Use more if you have a drier skin type.)

Step Three

Test a little bit on the back of your hand to see if the mixture is nice and smooth. If it's watery, add more of the dry ingredients until it thickens.

Step Four

Once ready, apply the mask to your face and leave on for 10 to 15 minutes.

Step Five

Wash the mask off with lukewarm water and a soft washcloth. 

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