DIY Clay Mask For Acne And Dry Skin

DIY Clay Mask For Acne And Dry Skin

DIY clay mask for acne and dry skin

If you’re struggling with dry skin and acne the keep reading. This DIY clay mask will target acne and acne scars without over drying your face. It is very soothing and even gentle enough for those that are struggling with skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.

This clay mask is made with natural ingredients that will benefit your skin in different ways to help you achieve clear and beautiful skin. It contains antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and it will hydrate and soothe itchy, dry and sensitive skin. 

It will also gently exfoliate and absorb impurities like excess oils, dirt and toxins from the pores to help soften and tone the skin. You will see and feel results after the very first use. Try it it out!

DIY Clay Mask Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp oatmeal clay mask
  • 1/2 tbsp. of water
  • 2 drops of tea tree oil
  • 3 drops of vitamin E
  • Benefits Of Each Ingredient

    Some of the ingredients used to make this clay mask are probably in your kitchen already! Here are the benefits of each ingredient used in this DIY clay mask for acne and dry skin.

    Oatmeal Clay Mask 

    Our Veenourish Oatmeal Clay Mask is made with 4 ingredients that are 100% natural. It is sold in its powder form and it contains no preservatives or chemicals of any kind. The 4 ingredients and their benefits are down below.


    • Absorbs excess oils 
    • Removes dead skin cells
    • Helps soothe skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis
    • Soothes dry, cracked and itchy skin
    • Helps your skin retain moisture
    • Hydrates
    • Nourishes
    • Anti-aging
    • Improves rough and dry skin
    • Reduces skin inflammation
    • Kills acne causing bacteria

    Kaolin Clay

    • Absorbs excess oils, dirt, serum, bacteria and other impurities from the skin
    • Helps balance oils
    • Fights acne
    • Reduces signs of aging
    • Helps soothe sensitive skin
    • Exfoliates
    • Improves the skin’s elasticity
    • Tones the skin


    • Absorbs sebum from the skin that causes acne
    • Absorbs excess oils
    • Promotes natural healing 
    • Softens the skin


    • Treats cuts, wounds and skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and rosacea
    • Brightens the skin
    • Reduces acne
    • Improves aging 
    • Treats sunburns
    • Reduces under eye dark circles and puffiness
    • Reduces redness and irritation
    • Fades dark spots
    • Brings out inner glow
    • Reduces pain
    • Counteracts sun damage

    Aloe Vera

    • Aiding in fighting acne due to aloe’s antibacterial and antifungal activity
    • Stimulating collagen synthesis in the skin, aiding in wound healing and anti-aging
    • Helping to protect skin against UV damage after sun exposure
    • Fades scars, dark spots
    • Treats sunburns

    Coconut Powder

    • Fights bacteria
    • Softens the skin
    • Reduces inflammation

    The ingredients that you mix with this oatmeal clay mask are going to make it even more powerful than it already is. Take a look at their benefits below.


    • Used to create a thick paste.

      Tea Tree Oil

      • Fights acne and irritation
      • Reduces itching 
      • Promotes a natural glow
      • Soothes dry skin
      • Treats eczema
      • Brightens and lightens the skin

      Vitamin E

      • Fights acne
      • Fades acne scars
      • Anti aging
      • Reduces redness and swelling
      • Soothes and relieves painful and irritated skin
      • Protects the skin from ultraviolet lights, pollution, toxins and other elements that produce cell damaging free radicals
      • Treat skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis 

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