#MakeItMonday- Tea Tree & Sea Weed Rejuvenating Facial Mask.

It’s not even one month into the year and I’ve already lost track of all of my resolutions (although I’m sure I’m not the only one!) One of my resolutions this year was to pay more attention to my skin care routine, meaning actually start a skin care routine, so to try and re-inspire myself today I wanted to share the recipe for this brilliant Tea Tree and Sea Weed Rejuvenating Facial Mask.

You’ll Need:

  • A mixing bowl.
  • Something to mix with (I used a silicone spatula.)
  • 2 X 100ml squat jars to store your product in.


How To Make:

Step One

Place your Sea Kelp Powder, Clay and Vitamin C into your mixing bowl. Then add your warm water a mix until combined properly.

Step Two

Add your Aloe, and stir until well mixed. Now mix in your essential oils (to disguise the smell of your Kelp.)

Step Three

When properly mixed you can add more water or clay until you reached your desired consistency.

To Use:

Apply the mask to your face and leave for up to 20 minutes, then rinse off with warm water and a soft cloth. This mask is best used fresh but if you don’t use it all you can keep it in the fridge for a few days.  Use this mask up to twice a month alongside your (now hopefully existent) skin routine!


Hopefully this inspires you to keep going with your resolutions (or if you are like me actually start them!) I always find when I’ve made something it inspires me to use it more, so fingers crossed with this face mask! If like me, you are proud of what you make we would love to see it, simply share your creations with us on social media. Or if there are any recipes you’d like to see simply ask us and I will see what I can do!

2 thoughts on “#MakeItMonday- Tea Tree & Sea Weed Rejuvenating Facial Mask.

  1. Why haven’t you included a preservative? This includes water, and clay is really difficult to preserve, so will probably need more than one preservative to make it safe. This recipe would not be safe unless used immediately. Also essential oils should never be measured in drops.

    1. Hi Nicky, thank you for your comment. This mask is intended for a single use and is best used fresh, if you wanted to make a larger batch for multi use then you would need a suitable preservative. The use of drops for a measurement is fine in a small recipe of this type, there are approximately 20 drops per 1ml.

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