Clay mask - peeling back the facts on Chemical Peels.

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Would you willingly feed your skin with Chemicals?


A chemical peel is often clinically referred to as controlled inflammation and it’s a very fine between treating and damaging the skin.

You get the end result, the peeling of the skin, because you are irritating the skin with chemicals.

Chemical peels have been known to result in blisters, crusts and scarring that can become permanent. Not only will this look unsightly but it can make skin feel tight and sore even.  

A chemical peel wont actually prevent wrinkles. It is only designed to remove the top layer of skin and only has very minor skin firming effects. 



This is quite frightening and one of the reasons that I created a natural exfoliating mask. 

The OrganiQ Clay Mask is made from pure natural ingredients sourced direct from the earth an ocean.

Unique compounds with the power to instantly transform and renew both oily and dry complexions. 

Facialist Sharon McGlinchey believes that there are a few key phases of a clay mask and it is important to understand this process for the best results.  

"There's the damp phase where your skin drinks in the beneficial minerals from the outside. 

Then you have the start of the dry phase, which exercises your capillaries and stimulates blood flow as the mask cools and contracts.

This is when you should rinse. This is when the skin is still awake and open to taking in nutrients. 

This is where I immediately follow with the OrganiQ Hydrating Rose Mist and Organic Elixir.

I know then that my skin has been fed the most pure ingredients that will protect and condition my face and leave me looking fresh for days to come. 

(trust me, I’m 30 and still get asked for ID) 



I am giving all of our readers and customers the chance to win a gift set including our Luxurious body scrub and our transformative French Clay Mask.

All you have to do is take a photo or video using the clay mask and tell us what you love about it!

We have THREE up for grabs. Winner will be drawn July 28 

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