Improve your skin tone and detoxify with Wild Skincare’s Pacific Clay Mask. This all-natural clay mask detoxifies and removes impurities from your skin thanks to its unique clay properties. The negative ions from the clay attract positive ions from impurities in the skin, leading to a deep clean. The clay also helps to reduce pore size and control sebum production. Finally, the clay acts as a dermatological protector with anti-inflammatory properties so your skin is soothed with each use. Use regularly to help maintain clear, healthy skin. Our Pacific Clay Mask comes in a glass container with an aluminum cap to ensure fully recyclable, sustainable packaging.
Locally wild-harvested ingredients
Who is it for?
All skin types
What does it do?
Reduces redness and inflammation
How do you use it?
Mix a little bit of the Labrador Tea Facial Spray with the clay until you get a creamy consistency. Apply to a clean face, leaving for 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water
Alternatively, mix with water and follow the same directions
Wild Skincare draws you deep into these lands with its unique scent of Labrador Tea, Cedar, and Rosehip. Their ingredients are wild-harvested right here in the Pacific Northwest - they are respectfully collected from the forest using techniques that ensure there will be a harvest for many more years to come. They create small-batch, high-quality skincare that is all-natural and delicate enough for all skin types. Wild Skincare only uses the best, organic ingredients they can find, and guarantee that all of their product is manufactured in Vancouver at a GMP compliant facility to ensure that they adhere to all government standards for skincare products.
Wild Skincare aims to capture the essence of the coastal mountains and fjords of the ancient Great Bear Rainforest. The giant cedars hugging the isolated beaches, waves crashing in off the Pacific Ocean touched with Southeasterly winds caressing the shore. In the distant West, through the morning fog; the lush, green islands of Haida Gwaii, home to the mighty Haida Nation.