A clay mask is a type of skin care product that contains natural clays. The contract manufacturing of clay masks uses only cosmetic clays. They peculiarity is the absence of alkalis and artificially added chemical components. Clays gently act on the epidermis, cleanse it and do not injure, as is the case with coarse abrasives.
Types of clay masks
Clay masks differ in the types of clay that contract manufacturing of cosmetics uses. A clay face mask may contain:
- white clay — tightens and dries oily skin;
- blue clay — for the treatment of acne and acne;
- yellow clay — to remove toxins and oxygenate the skin;
- green clay — moisturizes and removes signs of aging;
- red clay — stimulates metabolic processes;
- pink clay — rejuvenates and makes the skin smooth;
- black clay — cleanses the epidermis;
- gray clay — enriches the skin with nutrients and moisturizes.
There are different types of clay masks, which contains clay in different proportions. A clay mask can be:
- anti-inflammatory — contains a large amount of white clay;
- whitening — in addition to clays, it includes components that lower the pH of the mask. The effect of lightening spots and evening the tone of the face is achieved;
- tonic — replenishes the lack of nutrients and activates cellular metabolism with the help of active additives;
- rejuvenating — by mixing red and white clay in the right proportions, the private label cosmetics achieves a stable lifting effect;
- cleansing — contains a complex of clays with an exfoliating and light scrubbing effect;
- moisturizing — active ingredients moisturize the skin, as clays tend to dry out the epidermis;
- nourishing — a large number of active additives and green clay nourish skin cells;
- bubble — the most unusual of the existing masks containing clay. The bubble clay mask when applied to the skin, begins to bubble and forms the foam. This foam helps to cleanse the face, mattifies it, prevents inflammation and simply lifts the mood.
Using of clay masks
Contract manufacturing of clay masks recommends choosing the type of clay depending on the specific problems of the skin.
The clay mask is selected in the following way:
- for enlarged pores, skin irregularities and problems associated with post-acne, use blue and white clay;
- white, blue and yellow clay is suitable for the treatment of acne, acne;
- whitens the skin, evens out the complexion and removes age spots; blue clay;
- with oily sheen, excessive work of the sebaceous glands, acne, white or blue clay is recommended;
- dry skin is gently treated with red and green clays;
- red, blue, white and green clays even out wrinkles, support active cellular metabolism;
- sensitive epidermis needs gentle care, which is provided by red clay.
Differences of face masks
Creamy masks have a creamy texture, have a moisturizing effect, and practically do not contain scrubbing components. Mud and clay masks have a mild cleansing effect due to diatomaceous earth. Mud masks may contain clays in their composition, but their main components are organic and inorganic compounds. Clay masks are more directed.
Skin care after clay mask
The clay mask solves the primary skin problem such as cleansing and nourishing. However, natural clays tend to dry out the skin, which can lead to aging and loss of elasticity. The use of caring creams after clay masks helps to moisturize skin and enhance the action of the masks themselves. The contract manufacturing of cosmetics offers a whole line of care products that are ideally combined with a clay face mask.
Contract manufacturing of clay masks
Contract manufacturing of clay masks provides the ability to manufacture a range of clay masks and post-use products. An individual approach allows you to obtain a product with unique properties.