How to Apply a Professional Mud Mask


If you don't have the time to make it to a spa for a soothing mud mask, you can easily do it at home. All you need is your mud mask, a little time, and something to rinse it off. Mud masks can hydrate, cleanse, and tone the delicate skin on your face. Once you've tried our mud mask, it will soon become one of your favorite beauty routines!


Prepare your skin for the Mud Mask by first removing any makeup or beauty products that you may have applied to your skin.


Tie your hair up in a ponytail or wrap your head with a towel to protect your hair from the product.


Scoop out some mud and put it on your face. Use your finger to scoop out some of the mud. Start with a small amount. If you'd like to apply a thick layer of mud, you can scoop out a larger amount.


Spread the mud. Place the mud on the apples of your cheeks and gently spread it around your cheeks, forehead, temples, chin, and forehead.


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Avoid applying the Mud Mask to your eye area. While you can cover your entire face with the mask, you should avoid using the mud around your eye. The skin around your eye is delicate and if you apply mud to the area, you risk getting it in your eye.

Wait for 10 minutes.
 Once you've applied the Mud Mask, leave it on for 10-15 minutes or until the mud starts drying out


Wash off the Mud Mask. Take a clean cotton cloth and soak it in warm water. Wring it out completely and gently rub it against the Mud Mask.

Be gentle when you remove the mask. Rubbing your skin roughly can damage your delicate skin.


Rinse your face. After most of the mud mask has been cleaned off, splash your face with warm water.

Avoid using hot or cold water. These can shock your skin or overly dry it.

Pat your skin dry.
 Take a soft clean cloth and carefully pat your face dry. Avoid rubbing your skin since this could damage your sensitive skin.