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Essential Oil Face Mask Diy (With Geranium)

Essential Oil Face Mask DIY (With Geranium)

At this juncture in the beauty world, face masks are on the rise. Don’t dismiss this crucial step in the skincare routine. By blending the benefits of a face mask with the restorative properties of essential oils, your skin will feel nourished and detoxified. 

Face masks deliver the boost our skin needs to thrive. From moisturizing to removing impurities and improving the overall appearance of skin, the right face mask can give you the #GlowUp you’ve been waiting for.

For the love of face masks, we at EG developed the skin nourishing face mask you’ve been missing. With rejuvenating ingredients like detoxing pink clay, moisturizing glycerin and skin radiating like Lavandin and Geranium, your skin is sure to thank you for giving it the TLC it deserves.

What You Need

2 oz Distilled Water

1 tbsp Glycerin

1 tbsp Pink Clay

1 tspRosehip carrier oil

¼ tsp Polysorbate 20

1/4 tsp Xanthan Gum

3 dropsGeranium

2 dropsLavandin

1 drop Lavender

How To

Combine distilled hydrosol and glycerin, and sprinkle in xantham gum and pink clay. Using a hand blender, blend xantham gum and pink clay into the mixture until fully combined.

Tip:You may warm the mixture if the xantham gum is not fully blending in. In a separate bowl, combine Rosehip, Geranium, Lavindin, Lavender and Polysorbate 20. Combine both mixtures by stirring.

To Use

Start by cleansing your skin. Use a facial brush to cover your face with the mask avoiding the eyes and mouth. Let sit for 15-20 minutes before rinsing off with warm water and pat drying with a clean towel. Follow up by using ourbody oils for moisturization.

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Edens Garden

April 16, 2018

Hi Karla! Polysorbate 20 is used to solubilize or evenly disperse oils in water. Used in proper amounts, it is safe in cosmetics. As far as it being a carcinogen goes, this is only if its been contaminated by other chemicals. If you do not feel comfortable using this product in your formulations, we’d recommend you research other solubilizers to use in your formulations.

Karla

April 13, 2018

Hi! Is the polysorbate 20 used for stabilizing and emulsifying? It’s mentioned in a few of your recipes, and having never heard of it I did a quick google. It seems there is some discourse about it’s safety? You guys recon it’s the best of a bad lot? Is there actual research about it as a carcinogen?

Edens Garden

February 08, 2018

Hi Samantha! Absolutely. Green clay is a great substitute for pink clay

Samantha

February 08, 2018

Can you use green clay in place of the pink?