Best At-Home Face Masks: Transitional Skin Care

May 20, 2014 | Category: Press

organic-mud-maskSpa Week Daily recently did a review of the Black Rock Mud MudPot.

We found the best face masks you can easily apply at home to make sure your skin makes the transition from cold to warm with ease.

Now that you’re able to get your skin hydrated, it’s time to tackle the opposite problem: sweat. When summer hits sweat can easily clog pores and skin gets glowy from perspiration—not what we’re looking for. Here are some more masks to help you combat these problems:

At first glance I loved the cool packaging of the Mudpot mask, and couldn’t believe the plantable box was filled with wildflower seeds! The organic clay from Nevada’s Black Rock Desert promised to purify skin and restore pH balance, which I could definitely benefit from given this hot-and-cold spring weather.

I applied a pretty thick layer of the lightly-scented mud and waited until it dried…which only ended up happening on the outer edges and nose. Nevertheless, when I rinsed the mud mask off my skin was smooth and my pores felt tight. One tip–the directions say you can spritz your face with water as you wait the recommended 5-20 minutes, and I’d definitely do that next time since the dry parts can cause a bit of irritation.

Read the original article at Spa Week Daily.

Black Rock Mud uses mineral rich illite clay harvested from the Black Rock Desert. MudPot is 100% natural and completely free of additives, chemicals, dyes, fillers, preservatives, and scents. To give your skin the nourishing Black Rock experience, try MudPot today.