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Place the Dead Sea mud into a container give it a good stir to loosen it up.
Blend in around 7.5g (1 1⁄2 tsp) of warm water, it should be fairly runny and water at this point.
Mix in the silk peptides and then the bentonite clay. Continue mixing until the ingredients have fully combined.
At this point, the mixture maybe a little too stiff or dry. If it is, add a little more water until it’s a good texture. You need it to be smoothly applied to the skin without dragging it. On the flip side, if it seems too wet, add a little more clay.
Last but not least add 2 drops of tea tree essential oil. Then, give the mask a real good stir making sure the essential oil is well combined.
Shelf Life: This mud mask recipe should produce enough for 1 or 2 applications. Due to the lack of a preservative, which I explained above, means this product will last for no more than a full week. After this time, discard any remaining product.