A clay mask is one of the best ways to detox your skin, recover from breakouts, and get rid of blackheads. I like to apply my mask once or twice per week, or even up to 3 times per week when I have a breakout.
We have just added a dry clay mask into our range of Australian-themed skin care products (the Pig-In-Mud Mineral Mask) – over 1500 people trialled it for us and we have had amazing feedback (our favourite so far was “this is magical!”).
In this video I show you how to use the Happy Skincare dry clay mask, but you can use these instructions to use pretty much any dry mask. I recorded this video was made before we introduced the Pig-In-Mud Mineral Mask to our range, just after Aaron had blended it up for the first time.
Sign up here to get a no obligation, completely free sample of the dry clay mask (only available for Australian residents). Please note that free samples are limited, so get in early to avoid missing out (there’s a limit of 1 per househould). We need to receive your details by December 31 2012.
Thanks to the thousands of people who have signed up to our free sample! We don’t have any more free samples to send out but since we don’t like to disappoint we have made the sample available for Aussie residents from our online store.
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We have to charge you $3.30 for the sample because it’s way too expensive for us to keep sending them out for free. Click here for your dry clay mask sample. Honestly, it’s still a ridiculously good offer.
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