Our Acne Herbal Facial Mask Can Help Your Complexion – 100% Naturally

Acne herbal mask from ZiZai Dermatology imageZi Zai Dermatology crafts a variety of clay & herb facial masks.  Each of our various facial masks, including our Acne Herbal Facial Mask, contain both cosmetic mineral clays and finely powdered Chinese herbs that you can safely use on the delicate skin of your face.  Each one is formulated with clays and herbs chosen for the specific complexion they are intended to help.

Our Acne Herbal Facial Mask

Our AcneHerbalTM Facial Mask contains French Green Clay, also known as Green Sea Clay.  This cosmetic clay has long been prized as the clay of choice for blemish-prone complexions due to its array of minerals and its well-known ability to help draw impurities out to the surface of the skin.

The Chinese herbs in this facial mask have been used for centuries internally and externally to restore order to imbalanced acne-prone skin.  According to Chinese Medicine theory, these herbs Clear Heat, Resolve Toxins, Transform Phlegm and Soften Hardness. They help reduce the appearance of redness and smooth the complexion.

Our AcneHerbalTM mask is designed for oily complexions (excess sebum production) that leads to the formation of blackheads and zits. We recommend using it twice a week as a full face mask and it can be used on the neck, chest and the back as well – anywhere acne lesions have a tendency show up.  Be sure to always apply a good moisturizer after using a clay-based facial mask as they can be drying.  We want your skin to be smooth, soft and balanced.

Additionally, this clay & herb blend can be used as an overnight spot treatment. In that case, you would mix up a small amount of this powder mixture with just enough water to form a paste. Then you just dab it on the zit and let it dry overnight.  You’ll be happily surprised at the results the next morning.

Natural Ingredients

One of the many reasons we are proud of our facial masks is that, just like all of the other products we craft for you, it is 100% natural. There are no synthetic chemicals in it and there is no need for added preservatives. There’s nothing in it that is going to cause a negative imbalance in the microbiome of the epidermis.  This external treatment also is an advantage for those who don’t necessarily want to take internal Chinese herbs and go through the whole process of being a patient in a clinic – it is something that can be done to care for your skin on a regular basis right at home. Plus, this acne herbal face mask product is a safe, effective, inexpensive option and one jar lasts quite a long time!

Nurturing your skin by using this mask as part of your facial care routine can be a private, self-care ritual or it can be part of a fun event to connect with friends.   On those nights when you want to relax and have a luxurious moment to yourself, light a candle and use a brush and small mixing bowl to make the process a calming, soothing ritual.  Or invite a couple of your best friends over for a spa night!  Music & Mask Night or Movie & Mask Night is a great excuse to reconnect with your friends while having fun caring for your skin.

Our AcneHerbalTM Facial Mask is truly an effective skin treatment and if you make it part of your regimen, than it can be a luxurious way to achieve a clearer complexion naturally.

Try it out and see the amazing results for yourself! Shop now for our Acne HerbalTM Facial Mask.

Tags: acne, acne help, chinese herbs, clay mask, facial mask, herbal mask, natural acne product, natural zit remedy

Topics: Acne, Beauty, Herbs for Skin Care

Publish Date: June 4, 2019     *Articles may include updates since original publishing.

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Diana Hermann is a licensed acupuncturist and board certified in Chinese Herbal Medicine. She received her Master Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland, OR and trained in China at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Diana treats patients in her Fort Collins, Colorado clinic and hand crafts herbal skin care products for her company Zi Zai Dermatology. In 2015, she completed the Diploma In Chinese Medicine Dermatology program from Avicenna in London, UK. She completed the program for a second time in 2019 in Chicago.

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  1. Ronna Johnston says:

    Love this ZiZai mask!

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