Rose Clay Face Mask DIY for Naturally Beautiful Skincare

Rose clay is a naturally beautiful
skincare ingredient. It adds a soft, rosy hue to this Rose Clay Face
Mask. Rose clay has gentle oil-absorbing properties, making this mask
suitable for both dry and oil skin types. Scented with rose absolute,
this face mask is luxurious and pampering.


This face mask recipe
was specifically designed with dry, mature skin in mind. Rosehip seed
oil is rich in vitamin A and C, and intensely moisturizes without
leaving a greasy feeling on the skin. Chamomile extract soothes dry
skin, and is thought to be an anti-inflammatory. A downloadable label
template gives a finished and polished look.


Rose absolute is
extracted from rose petals, and gives the mask a soft, luxurious rose
scent. It is a pricey essential oil, but you don’t need much at all.
Just 1 mL of the oil is enough to elevate this mask to a truly pampering


  • Four Short 8 oz. Bail Jars
  • Rose Clay Face Mask Template – Free PDF
  • 21.4 oz. Distilled Water
  • 1 oz. Rose Clay
  • 3.5 oz. Kaolin Clay
  • 1 oz. Rosehip Seed Oil
  • 1.3 oz. Avocado Oil
  • 0.8 oz. BTMS-50 Conditioning Emulsifier
  • 1 oz. Polawax Emulsifying Wax
  • 0.5 oz. Chamomile Extract
  • 0.2 oz. Optiphen (preservative)
  • 1 mL Rose Absolute
  • Dropper


Disinfect your utensils by dipping them in a 5% bleach water solution
and allowing to dry. This includes mixing containers, your stick
blender, and any spoons or spatulas that may come in contact with your
mask. Your products must be as free of germs, bacteria, and microbes as
possible. To be safe, bleach water all your utensils.

CLAY PREP: In a small
separate container, measure 3.5 ounces of kaolin clay and 1 ounce of
rose clay. If you like, you can add them to the same container.

  1. In
    a heat-safe container, combine the avocado oil, rosehip seed oil,
    BTMS-50 and Polawax. Heat the container in the microwave using 30-60
    second bursts until the waxes have fully melted. Be careful when
    removing the container, as it will be quite hot. Set aside.
  2. In a
    separate large container, heat the distilled water in the microwave (or
    on the stove top) until it reaches about 160-170 ° F. Once the water
    reaches the correct temperature, some of it may evaporate. Remeasure and
    add more distilled water if necessary until you have 21.4 ounces of hot
  3. Check the temperatures of both containers. Each
    container should be about 160°-180° F. If the oil and wax mixture has
    cooled, place back into the microwave until fully melted. Place the
    stick blender into the water and burp it to help get rid of bubbles.
    Pour the oil and wax mixture into the water and use a spatula to make
    sure every little bit is added. Begin pulsing the stick blender. The
    mixture will take on a “milky” appearance once the water, oil and waxes
    have begun to emulsify. Continue to pulse and stir for about a minute.
  4. Begin
    adding heaping spoonfuls of the clay mixture and pulsing the stick
    blender until combined. Continue adding the clay to the mixture and
    blending in small amounts until all the clay is added.
  5. Continue
    stick blending for about 1-2 minutes. Use a spatula to scrape down any
    clay that may be on the sides of the bowl. Check the temperature of the
    mixture. Once the mixture is about 130-140°F, add the Optiphen, rose
    absolute and chamomile extract. Stick blend (don’t forget to burp the
    stick blender!) the ingredients in until fully mixed.
  6. Pour the
    mixture into the bail jars. If you find you have a lot of bubbles on the
    top, you can spritz the top of the containers with 99% isopropyl
    alcohol to help get rid of some of them. Allow the containers to cool
    for several hours with the lid open to avoid condensation. Once fully
    cooled, the mixture will have become a thick, lotion-like texture. We
    found that the top of the mask does form a bit of a skin as it dries. To
    use, apply a medium layer to dry, clean skin. Avoid the immediate eye
    area. Allow the mask to sit on the skin for about 10-15 minutes. Use
    warm water to rinse off. There is no need to wash the skin after, but
    you can if you prefer. If you have dry skin, do no use more than one
    time per week.

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