Three Soothing Calcium Bentonite Clay Mask DIYs - Everyday Essentials

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Three Soothing Calcium Bentonite Clay Mask DIYs

There are many reasons to love our new Calcium Bentonite Clay. It has long been a DIY skincare staple and has only continued to gain in popularity over the years. Whether you want to help draw out yucky toxins from your skin or provide soothing relief to itchy or irritated skin, Calcium Bentonite Clay is exactly what you need. For those of you who need a little inspiration to try out Calcium Bentonite Clay in your skincare DIYs, check out our three favorite recipes below to get you started.

Want to learn more about the nitty-gritty details and benefits of Calcium Bentonite Clay? Read more in this in-depth blog post.

Soothing Clay Face Mask DIY

Rejuvenating Face Mask

Pamper yourself with this amazing, rejuvenating facial mask that’ll leave your face feeling better than ever before. Powered by the soothing powers of Calcium Bentonite Clay, the cleansing ability of Tea Tree and Lavender essential oils, and the moisturizing properties of our Sunflower Carrier Oil, this face mask is exactly what your face needs at the end of a long day.

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Combine all the ingredients together in a small bowl. Be sure not to use metal bowls or utensils as they may diminish the benefits of the clay. Mix well, taking care to break up any small clumps. Once mixed, apply to your face and allow it to sit for 5-10 minutes. After 5-10 minutes have passed, rinse off with warm water. Repeat 3-4 days later, weekly.

If the consistency is too thick, add a little more liquid until it becomes ideal for a face mask.

*For a printable version, click here.

Plant Therapy's Calcium Bentonite Clay

Soothing Clay Foot Mask

If you suffer from dry, cracked feet, you understand how painful and irritating it can be throughout the day. Besides being unappealing and irritating, toxins and other germs and bacteria can work their way into cracks, making things even worse. Take care of your feet with this amazing, soothing foot mask DIY powered by Fractionated Coconut Oil, Peppermint and Tea Tree essential oils, and Calcium Bentonite Clay.

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Mix all of your ingredients in a small, glass bowl. Be sure to break up as many of the small clumps as you can. Once mixed, apply to the bottoms and tops of your feet. Allow it to sit for 10-15 minutes before rinsing off with warm water. Repeat 3-4 days later, weekly.

Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder and Mask Mixture

Hydrating Clay Hair Mask

Calcium Bentonite Clay makes the perfect hair cleanser, softener, and when paired with our luxurious hydrosols, hydrating too! If you’re looking for a natural way to take care of your hair, look no further.

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Mix all ingredients in a glass bowl and apply to the hair. Let it dry for 15-20 minutes and then rinse with warm water. Repeat 3-4 days later, weekly.


Have you used Calcium Bentonite Clay before? What are your favorite ways to use it? Let us know in the comments below!


8 thoughts on “Three Soothing Calcium Bentonite Clay Mask DIYs”

  • I made the mask and had the same issue with the person above. It didn’t adhere to my face. I also added more carrier oil and then more hydrosol and didn’t stay on my face. It came off in clumps

    1. Oh no! We are sorry to hear that! You are more than welcome to send an email to our customer satisfaction team and we would be happy to discuss some different possibilities with you! Thank you!

  • I am so sad. It’s not often that I don’t have rave reviews for ANY THING Plant Therapy related. I did, however, make the Rejuvenating Face Mask and for the life of me could not get the mask to adhere to my face; as in it fell off my face clumps before I could even take my hand away from my face. Such a waste of product

    1. Oh no! We are so sorry. The recipes were tested before we posted this. It’s possible the mixture just needed a little more liquid to be better able to spread. You can always add more carrier oil, hydrosol or even just a splash of water.

  • I’m definitely going to try the foot mask! Also, I use leftover mask for my face and use it on my hair so nothing goes to waste. Wondering if frankincense hydrosol would be good?!

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