I’d only used masks in liquid form before and when I saw the clay mask bottle contained dried powder, confusion ensued.
The instructions told me to mix it with water so I tipped a small amount of the powder into my palm then placed my hand containing the clay under the running tap.
Needless to say I made a big ‘ol mess and my bathroom sink looked like a mud wrestling ring. Not the smartest move I’ve made.
I was left with a hand full of mud lumps which I then tried to smear them all over my face. The mud lumps promptly fell off my face, back into the sink and I was no closer to a blackhead free nose and glowy skin.
So I did what any reasonable person would do, I emailed an expert.
Myriam kindly gave me a step by step guide on how to properly prepare her Organic Rasshoul face mask (which I should have checked first) and threw in a few extra tips to make it so simple, even I could do it.
P.S. The mask did clear most of my blackheads (a few stubborn ones have moved in permanently I’m afraid) and it did make my skin look all glowy and feel soft. Several uses later and no breakouts or adverse reactions.