Is Clay Time As Good As Everyone Says It Is?

Is Clay Time As Good As Everyone Says It Is?

Yeah, it is. Here’s why.

This polishing charcoal mask is truly a skin saver.

After washing your face (we’d recommend our Gentle Soothing Cleanser), apply a thin layer of Clay Time to your face, massaging to activate the gentle quartz. You can target specific problem areas, like your T-zone, or apply all over for a full-face refresh.

Give Clay Time a good 2–3 minutes to set. As the mask dries, you’ll be able to see the oils and impurities it’s drawing out of your skin. Talk about instant gratification!

What’s going on under the surface?

A combination of kaolin clay and charcoal powder is absorbing toxins to purify your pores, while 1% salicylic acid is working to reduce the appearance of blemishes and other skin imperfections.

Rinse thoroughly with warm water, and you’re done! The result is seriously the softest, smoothest skin you'll have ever felt.

How does Clay Time differ from Skin Pharm's original Charcoal Mask?

It's an entirely new product! But to keep it simple, we brought over the charcoal and clay from Charcoal Mask, then gave Clay Time a creamier texture and added gentle exfoliation, 1% salicylic acid, antioxidants and a touch of lavandula oil for a subtle, calming scent.

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