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To make sure your equipment is sterile, give your containers and utensils a wipe around with rubbing alcohol. Bearing in mind you will need the container that’s going to be holding all the dry ingredients to be completely dry before adding them.Weigh the clays, place them into a small container and mix until they are well combined. Add the Allantoin and mix again before transferring into your prepared sterile jar.
Weigh the hydrosols out into a beaker.
Add the glycerine.
Add the green tea extract and stir until well combined.
Mix in the preservative. Keep in mind that if you intend to use up all of the product immediately, you don’t need to add a preservative. I sometimes do this when I have friends round and we all want to try out the DIY face mask.
Transfer to a clean glass/PET bottle or container.
Homemade face masks will last for 1 week without a preservative and 6 months with a preservative, but it must be stored in airtight containers