Cucumber Basil Rejuvenating Mask

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Straight from my garden to you! I've harvested Fresh cucumber, basil , lemon balm & yarrow and dried them immediately to retain their nutrients. Combining them with French Green Clay, Chamomile, Grape Seed Powder, & Tangerine Peel offers up a refreshing and rejuvenating face mask that helps hydrate, soften, tone, nourish & cleanse your skin. Once your mask session is complete, you may then mist your face or take damp hands to gently exfoliate with the mask before rinsing!
Basil & Green Mandarin scent is uplifting, and the mask feels cool as it works.


Cucumber is rich in Vitamins K, C, manganese, and beta-carotene. Due to its cooling properties, cucumber works to clear out clogged pores, tones the skin & may help with acne and blemishes. Cucumber also may help hydrate & lighten the skin reduce inflammation and puffiness, minimize dark circles and dark spots, tighten pores, help balance sebum production, and is safe for sensitive or irritated skin.

Basil helps to removes dirt, tightens the pores, target acne, pimples and blemishes. Basil's ] anti-inflammatory properties assist with bacterial and fungal issues and treat scars on the skin. Basil is rich in vitamin C, which adds brightness to the skin.

Yarrow acts as a natural astringent, it can also help tighten the skin, shrink the appearance of pores and reduce acne.

Lemon Balm is a popular herb of the mint family, and is known to be an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. These properties, combined with its pleasant, lemony scent, make it a staple of herbal skincare. Lemon balm may help to cleanse pores, and is also a popular natural remedy for insect bites and stings, cuts, and grazes. The rosmarinic acid in lemon balm helps to dry oily skin, which can prevent outbreaks: for this reason, many people also believe that lemon balm may be effective against acne.

Chamomile is another tried and true herb that also contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities to help with wound recovery, reduce redness and calm skin.

French Green Clay is highly effective at drawing out impurities, it is also gentle enough for sensitive and easily irritated skin. The clay has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help calm redness, irritation, and inflammation caused by acne, eczema, or psoriasis.

Grape Seed Powder comes from organic grapes, and is used as a natural and gentle exfoliant.

Tangerine Peel Powder has a host of topical skin benefits. It may help brighten overall skin tone by increasing collagen production in our skin, promote the growth of new cells and wound healing properties, reduce acne with its anti-inflammatory properties, balance oils and provide a refreshing glow, and help refine and tighten pores.



Normal, Oily, Combination
*Keep in mind our skin in always in flux, depending on your health, diet, lifestyle, quality of water you drink and use on skin, water intake, other products being used, weather/season, etc. so though we may give our skin these categories (normal, dry, oily, combination), it is important to pay attention to changes and support them accordingly in a fluid manner.
*Always spot test new skin care products to ensure no adverse reactions*


  • Vegan
  • Plastic Free
  • Cruelty Free
  • Tree Nut Free


  • 4 oz by Volume in Compostable Bag


  • Not for Children
  • Check with your health care provider if you are pregnant or breastfeeding


  • Prepare your space with a wooden spoon, small bowl & towel
  • Open bag without water running and spoon out your desired amount of mask mix into bowl
  • Close bag before running water
  • Do not scoop the mask mix out with wet fingers
  • Mix your mask with warm water to your desired consistency. Thinner mask will dry more quickly and give less time for ingredients to work.
  • You can also experiment with activators, including rose water, avocado oil, yogurt, milk & honey, and aloe juice or gel.
  • DO NOT allow the mask to dry on your face. When you start to feel it drying, you may either mist with water to extend the mask session, or rinse it off. Keeping a clay mask on after it has dried removes water and nutrients from the skin that you've just put it.
  • When you're ready to rinse, use warm water and gently soften the mask. Do not pull the skin. Run the water slowly. You may also use a hot damp washcloth to save water.
  • Once mask is fully rinsed, gently dry your face in a light tapping manner with your towel.
  • Allow your skin time to breathe before applying any other skin care.
  • Clay masks are detoxifying. We recommend no more than 2 times per week.
  • Clay masks may occasionally draw toxins to the surface, causing a blemish. This is normal, as long as it is not pervasive or occuring in large quantities. If so, take a break from clay masks for a couple weeks to allow your skin to rebalance.


  • Keep out of direct sun & away from heat
  • May be refrigerated to extend freshness
  • Please remove mask mix with dry spoon, and close bag before mixing with water to prevent water from entering and causing mold & bacteria growth


  • Remove the labels from bag, throw them in the trash
  • Bag is certified home Compostable, or take to your local composting facility