Yes to Coconut Moisturising DIY Powder-to-Clay Mask


Yes to Coconut Moisturising DIY Powder-to-Clay Mask

Yes to Coconut Moisturising DIY Powder-to-Clay Mask



  • Coconut perfect for hydrating dry skin
  • Coconut powder to clay mask with coconut for moisturised, soft skin
  • 99% natural & Cruelty free

Yes To Coconut Moisturising DIY Powder-To-Clay Mask means you can say Yes to being a DIY diva and mixin' it up with coconut for moisturised, soft skin.

Specially formulated for dry skin, Yes To Coconut Moisturising DIY Powder-To-Clay Mask is the ultimate in customizable natural skin care. The unique powder formula can be mixed with natural ingredients like yogurt, avocado, or orange juice for added benefits. What will you add? The single use mask includes a bowl and spatula for easy mixing and application. 99% Natural, Formulated without Parabens, SLS & Silicones. Cruelty-free & Leaping Bunny Certified.

Additional Info


Open paper bowl found inside. Open the powder sachet and place powder in the bowl. Add water to line inside bowl. Mix to create a clay. To customise your mask, mix the powder with other natural ingredients. Use the back side of mixing spoon to apply an even layer to face, avoiding eye area, eyebrows and hairline. Relax for 10 minutes (20 for an even deeper treatment). Remove with a damp face cloth, then rinse with warm water. Hello face-the-world skin!


Always read the label

Montmorillonite, Kaolin, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Fragrance (Parfum), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Extract, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil Powder, Lactobacillus Ferment, Coumarin.

Suitable for:

Vegetarians and vegans.

Advisory information:

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Stop use and contact a doctor if an adverse reaction occurs. Contains natural ingredients so product discolouration may occur.

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