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French Green Clay Face Mask Kit Instructions


This creamy face mask is made with French green clay and grape seed oil. It is easy to make and glides on to the skin easily and effortlessly. French green clay has an exceptional mineral content making it a perfect ingredient in this face mask. It easily absorbs impurities in the skin, leaving it feeling fresh, smooth and glowing. Leave on for a few minutes, then wash off with cold water. Apply your moisturiser soon after.

We chose grapeseed oil as our carrier oil due to its wonderful emollient properties. It is easily absorbed into the skin and helps to retain skin moisture and repair damage. Please always do a test patch to determine if this preparation is suitable for your own skin type. Any cosmetic may cause irritation on sensitive skin.


  • Small pot for the stove
  • Small heat proof container
  • Long handled spoon
  • 6 x28gm Aluminium screw top tin
  • This recipe produces around 200 gms of product



  • 100mlsGrapeseed oil
  • 5gms BTMS(this is in one of your tins)
  • 20gms Emulsifying Wax NF(this is in one of your tins)


  • 80gmsFrench Green Clay


Place a small, wide mouth pot on the stove and bring around 5-10 cm of water to a simmer.

Place all of your phase A ingredients in a small, heat proof container.

Place this carefully inside your double boiler and heat your phase A ingredients, stirring gently until they have all melted and combined.

Once completely melted, add your phase B, green clay, to the melted oils and stir gently until the clay has fully dissolved and incorporated into the oils. Break up any small lumps with the back of the spoon. Keep your container on the heat for at least 10 minutes making sure you stir the bottom.

Spray your tins with a little isopropyl alcohol to sterilise them.

Remove from the water bath and carefully pour into your prepared tins.

A little goes a long way in this recipe, so you will get a couple of uses on your face from such a small amount.

Check out our YouTube Channel for an easy to follow video demonstration (See video above or under our blog recipe – ‘French Green Clay Face Mask’).