DIY Purifying Clay Mask with Geranium, Tea Tree and Lemon Essential Oils

Looking for an all-natural DIY clay mask recipe, look no further. This clay mask recipe has purifying properties that are suited to combination skin, dry skin and oily skin. This recipe features geranium essential oil, tea tree essential oil and lemon essential oil.

This Moroccan rhassoul clay facial mask and essential oil blend recipe to help draw out impurities, remove dead skin cells, and give you the glowing skin you’ve been looking for without over-drying.

Like the popular bentonite clay or Dead Sea mud, Moroccan rhassoul clay is naturally derived from volcanic deposits and can assist in absorbing excess oil without having to turn to expensive spa treatments or chemically harsh skin care products.

Purifying Clay Mask Ingredients

1 tablespoon rhassoul clay

1 tablespoon aloe vera gel

1 tablespoon water

5 drops Young Living Geranium essential oil

3 drops Young Living Melaleuca Tea Tree essential oil

2 drops Young Living Lemon essential oil


Mix all the ingredients together to form a thick paste. Add more water and aloe vera 1 teaspoon at a time if you want the mixture to be thinner. The mask should be thick enough that you can spread it on easily.

To use

1. Apply the mask evenly to a clean, dry face with your fingers.

2. Let the mask dry for 10-15 minutes; you don’t need to wait for it to dry fully.

3. Rinse well, pat dry, and apply a light moisturiser.

4. Use once a week.

5. Store paste in an airtight jar for up to a month.

Tip: Combination skin? Apply the mask only to your oily areas to avoid over-drying the dry parts of your skin.

Where to Buy Essential Oils in Australia?

Buy geranium essential oil here, tea tree essential oil here and lemon essential oil here.

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